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LINGUIST List 17.2356

Fri Aug 18 2006

Qs: Anatolian Loan Words in Greek

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        1.    Fred Pagniello, Anatolian Loan Words in Greek


Message 1: Anatolian Loan Words in Greek
Date: 17-Aug-2006
From: Fred Pagniello <fpagnielyahoo.com>
Subject: Anatolian Loan Words in Greek


At the present time I'm looking at contact between the Anatolians and
Greeks. My main interest is with regard to loan words, specifically those
of Hittite attested within Homeric Greek. What are the most exhaustive
studies published to date? Many thanks in advance.

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

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