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Query Details


Query Subject:   presence/absence of /a/ in PIE
Author:   Steven Schaufele
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Linguistic LingField(s):  Historical Linguistics

Query:   (I'm posting this query in the Indo-European and the
historical-linguistics lists as well. Apologies for duplication)

Has anything been published since Lubotsky's 1989 paper on whether
Proto-Indo-European had a low vowel (/a/)? I've just recently become
concerned about this issue, but not being a phoneticist/phonologist have
probably missed something.

Please reply to me directly; in case of sufficient interest, i'll
summarize in LINGUIST.

Best,
Steven
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Dr. Steven Schaufele
712 West Washington
Urbana, IL 61801
217-344-8240
fcosws@prairienet.org
http://www.prairienet.org/~fcosws/homepage.html

**** O syntagmata linguarum liberemini humanarum! ***
*** Nihil vestris privari nisi obicibus potestis! ***
LL Issue: 7.1816
Date posted: 23-Dec-1996



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