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Science: Social_Sciences: Linguistics: Languages: Natural: Indo-European

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Comparative Indoeuropean Data Corpus
Lexicostatistical data on 95 Indo-European languages and/or dialects collected by Professor Isidore Dyen of Yale University before 1970.

IE Documentation Centre
Website devoted to Indo-European linguistics and culture, from the University of Texas at Austin.

Indo-European Home Page
Links to various projects involving the Indo-European language, maintained by Dr. Deborah W. Anderson, Dept. of Linguistics, UC Berkeley.

The Indo-European Mailing List
Web-searchable archives of a mailing list devoted to the discussion of Indo-European linguistics and archaeology.

Indo-European Studies
Collection of links to sites and books dealing with Indo-European studies.

Knowing Words in Indo-European
Exploration of the etymology of words related to the word "know" in the Indo-European languages.

Numerals in Indo-European Dialects
Comparative presentation of the numerals 1-10 in the Indo-European languages, including reconstructions in Proto-Indo-European and various intermediate proto (reconstructed) languages.

The Paleolithic Continuity Theory on Indo-European Origins
A major site presenting a very unorthodox view of Indo-European origins. Many scholarly papers; many links.

Sorin Olteanu's Linguae Thraco-Daco-Moesianae (LTDM) Project
This incomplete site is devoted to information on ancient Indo-European languages spoken in the Balkans: Thracian, Dacian and Moesian. It also contains a corpus of Greek and Latin sources, as well as information on ancient Balkans geography, and possible substratum influences on Albanian, Romanian, and Bulgarian, and etymological information on Romanian.

TITUS - Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien
Collection of scholarly material devoted to Indo-European linguistics, from the Institute of Comparative Linguistics of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universit├Ąt, Frankfurt am Main, and related institutions [Multilingual site, incl. English-language material]

WordGumbo: Comparative Indo-European
An interesting hodge-podge of pages on various branches and individual member languages of the Indo-European family. There are vocabularies of "lesser-known" languages, and links to major on-line dictionaries of better-known ones.


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