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The session which followed in the series after the previous successful conference held in Copenhagen was dedicated to various aspects of Indo-European phonetics, phonemics, and morphophonemics. The papers dealt with questions relating to both the Indo-European protolanguage and specific branches of the Indo-European family.

From Present to Past and Back: Papers on Baltic and Slavic Accentology

Twenty-three papers of those presented at the conference appear in their revised version in this volume. The common denominator is historical linguistics, but some authors also extended their research into modern mor phonological theories. Being a selection of representative papers in Indo-European linguistics and following the tradition started in Copenhagen, the book will be valuable to all scholars interested in Indo-European linguistics.

Jasanoff Did Hittite have si- imperatives? Item added to your basket View basket. Proceed to Basket. View basket. Continue shopping. Results 1 - 27 of United Kingdom. Search Within These Results:. Bergisch Gladbach, Germany Seller Rating:. Galway, Ireland Seller Rating:. Seller Image. From present to past and back. Papers on Baltic and Slavic accentology. Potsdam linguistic investigations, Vol. BC — crystalization of the proto-Slavs in the southern periphery of the proto-Baltic continuum, localized from Silesia to Central Ukraine Trziniec-Komarov culture. Sapienti sat. The ethnocultural traits that define Slavs and Balts are all results of later development few paganic deities here and there aside , as opposed to e.

Indo-Iranian branch where Old Indic Vedic Sanskrit and Old Iranian Avestan documents speak of very long stage of shared common social and religious development. Linguistic evidence shows that there is no significant difference between the Proto-Baltic one can reconstruct on the basis of comparative Baltic evidence, and Proto-Balto-Slavic one can reconstruct on the basis of comparative Slavic and Baltic evidence - they refer to the same chronological sage. In fact, hundreds of Proto-Slavic words can be derived from Baltic by application of regular sound laws.

I can imagine that "Slavs descending from Balts" fits into some crazy nationalist scheme of yours, but that is far from truth, esp. I think you misinterpreted what I wrote. I stated that some of the apparently Baltic editors were implying that the proto-Balto-Slavic linguistic theorem is a Soviet era, pan-Slavist propaganda. I'm saying its not, but based on some good, objective evidence. Hxseek talk , 8 February UTC. As can be judged from available references, Baltic-Slavic is just a hypothetical IE language group, and the existence of proto-Balto-Slavic is a subject of ongoing debate.

Here I list my references once again:. Central European University Press, Chapter 2, p Accessible via Google Books. Mouton de Gruyter, See for example p. Just one citation:. Other vice, they deserve to be warned of original research [2]. When it comes to linguistics, I personally have no nationalistic agenda seeking to promote proto-Baltic intended to bypass proto-Balto-Slavic, denying common ancestry, etc. To the various points made above, I think we can agree that a simple redirect of proto-Baltic to the article here is not sufficient and leaves the article open to interpretations of pan-Slavism.

It is not necessary to call Lituanus a crackpot magazine. A Balto-Slavic protolanguage is untenable. The assessment that there was no singular " Proto " Baltic dialect appears to debunk a Balto-Slavic protolanguage. The "unconnected paganic tribes", with their allies, defeated the Papal Crusaders of Western Europe in and established Freedom of Religion in the Duchy of Lithuania. The archaeological record has hemp and wheat seeds in the Lithuanian area around 3, BCE and agriculture record intensifying in the centuries following.

Is Slavic at Pre-Komarov ethnic or multi-ethnic as perhaps Chernoles culture? E-mail: eugen. The diachronic relationship between the Baltic and the Slavic languages is one of the most intriguing puzzles of Indo-European linguistics. Although these groups of languages constitute two separate branches of Indo-European, they share an unusually high number of common innovations concerning the inflectional, derivational and accentual system. Despite many years of research, the reason for the striking similarity remains unclear.

There are two competing, although not mutually exclusive hypotheses. The other hypothesis seeks to explain the similarities within the framework of language contact, i. Both positions have been argued, but neither has been generally accepted. During the last few decades, international research has concentrated on particular grammatical features of Baltic and Slavic. Most of these studies while useful, however, focused on either Baltic or Slavic without taking into account the other language group.

The goal of the workshop therefore is to bring together scholars with expertise in Baltic and in Slavic and to find some new answers to the old question about the existence of a Balto-Slavic unity. Now, what did they say about Baltic and Slavic? Look up Andersen, H. Slavic and the Indo-European migrations. I think you better get busy with your "Modern interpretation" section. The whole chapter dedicated to those Ivanov-Toporov is ridiculous from any point. Someone templated the section Proto-Balto-Slavic language to be splitoff from the article? The answer should be: of course, go ahead!

The reasons are:. I support this proposal, but something on PBSl. I suggest that that be the list of basic isoglosses and a few sentences on shared accentual laws. The article now contains this claim I have split off the very lengthy discussion about the term "Serbo-Crotian" to a separate subpage so as to not clog this page with very large charts and tables. Please continue the discussion there. This action should not be construed as my involvement in the actual discussion or as support for any given side of the argument.

Folks, this kind of attitude [7] and I mean both summaries makes me sorry that I edit Wikipedia. I'm far from an expert on the Balto-Slavic languages, and not really a linguist, but from what I gathered from the literature, all I can say is that what is in the lede: " Baltic and Slavic languages share several linguistic traits not found in any other Indo-European branch, which points to the period of common development. However, there is an ongoing debate on the nature of that relationship: Some claim they were genetically related, and others explain similarities by prolonged language contact.

Now, can you work on improving the citations and hashing out the differences, rather than calling each other vandals? No such user talk , 10 June UTC. Kursis talk , 11 June UTC. So, I don't see anything substantial left from Kursis' original "vandalism" though I also highly disagree with your characterization of it For the last time, I will fix what I think should be fixed according to the analysis above, and remove this stuff from my watchlist so that you can have it your way.

I will also spare you moral sermons in the future, except for the last one: you are knowledgeable in this stuff, and it's too bad that you're such a jerk. No such user talk , 30 July UTC. When users, such Kursis, make claims of pan-Slavism against well intentioned and well informed editors, they only unmask their own bias. Whichever way one looks at it, Baltic and SLavic formed a late PIE macrodialectical group that partially disintegrated but still underwent a highly significant number of common innovations Hxseek talk , 4 November UTC.

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