Indo-European Morphology - Inflection, Accent and Ablaut

Handbook of Indo-European noun inflection, presenting and explaining the various stem classes and their paradigm types. For each stem class there are special chapters on the development in each of the individual branches and on the presumed state of affairs in the protolanguage and its immediate prehistory. Includes numerals and pronouns. Special attention is given to relic forms that reveal earlier processes of phonetic change. The archaic status of Anatolian is assessed as relatively modest, the reduced grammar being easily explained by loss.

Scholar in charge

Jens Elmegård Rasmussen. Final editing by Birgit Anette Rasmussen (Olsen) in preparation of the publication Indo-European inflexional morphology (see publications and results)