Hittite Grammar and Lexicon, and other Anatolian languages

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cquiles
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Hittite Grammar and Lexicon, and other Anatolian languages

Post by cquiles » Mon Aug 11, 2008 10:55 am

According to the author, you can find these projects:
  • A Hittite grammar
  • Hittite texts with their transcriptions and translations
  • A Hittite lexicon
  • A short Sumerian lexicon and a short Akkadian lexicon for use with the texts
  • A summary table of the Hittite paradigms in a single page
Website: http://www.premiumwanadoo.com/cuneiform.languages/
Carlos Quiles - Academia Prisca

michel123
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Re: Hittite Grammar and Lexicon, and other Anatolian languag

Post by michel123 » Sun Aug 04, 2013 4:51 am

In addition, there is only a small window in Lemnos where the Lemnian language is written, in the 6th century BC. While the Etruscans have a long archaeological record. There was the Villanovan culture which dates back to 1300 BC, and it covers almost the exact land that the Etruscan lands encompassed.

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