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Linguistics Research Center


The Linguistics Research Center (LRC) website, with thousands of pages, is too large for every page to be included in a single sitemap. This page presents an overview of the major areas of the website, with up to two levels of further detail. Generally speaking, selecting a link here will lead to a page that organizes and introduces lower-level content.

Welcome to the Linguistics Research Center (home page)

About the Linguistics Research Center

  1. LRC Brochure
  2. Contacting the LRC
  3. LRC Staff
  4. LRC Publications
  5. LRC Texts
  6. LRC Projects
  7. History of the LRC
  8. LRC Sponsors
  9. LRC Associates
    • Non-staff website contributors
    • Others

Indo-European Languages and Historical Linguistics (books online)

  1. Directions for Historical Linguistics
  2. A Grammar of Proto-Germanic
  3. Proto-Indo-European Phonology
  4. Proto-Indo-European Syntax
  5. A Reader in Nineteenth Century Historical Indo-European Linguistics
  6. Syntactic Typology: Studies in the Phenomenology of Language
  7. An Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (by Joseph Bosworth and T. Northcote Toller)

Early Indo-European Online (language lessons)

  1. Albanian (Tosk & Geg)
  2. Armenian (Classical)
  3. Baltic (Lithuanian & Latvian)
  4. Old English (a.k.a. Anglo-Saxon)
  5. Old French
  6. Gothic
  7. Greek (Classical: Attic)
  8. Greek (New Testament: Koine)
  9. Hittite
  10. Old Iranian (Avestan & Old Persian)
  11. Old Irish
  12. Latin (mostly Classical)
  13. Old Norse
  14. Old Russian (a.k.a. Old East Slavic)
  15. Sanskrit (Ancient: Rigvedic)
  16. Old Slavonic
  17. Tocharian (A & B)

Indo-European Documentation Center (culture, languages, etc.)

  1. IE Culture (fragmentary) -- the cultural roots of the speakers of Proto-Indo-European, the ancestral tongue common to all later Indo-European languages;
  2. IE Languages -- the languages descended from Proto-Indo-European, concentrating mainly on the older known tongues organized into ten families;
  3. IE Linguistics (under construction) -- scholastic studies in linguistics as it relates in particular to Indo-European languages of the past and present;
  4. IE Publications -- links to sites/bios of Indo-European linguists, lists of publications by past/present LRC members, and journal indices;
  5. IE Texts -- samples of early writings in Indo-European languages, all with English translations and almost all with glosses.

Indo-European Lexicon (PIE etyma and IE reflexes)

  1. Pokorny PIE Data (Proto-Indo-European etyma)
  2. Semantic Index (to Proto-Indo-European etyma)
  3. Language Indices (to Indo-European reflexes)

Indo-European Languages: Evolution and Locale Maps (historical sketches with links to online maps showing homeland areas)

Indo-European Texts (almost all with English translations)

  1. Celtic family:
  2. Germanic family:
  3. Italic family:
  4. Baltic family:
  5. Slavic family:
  6. Balkan family:
  7. Hellenic family:
  8. Anatolian family:
  9. Armenian family:
  10. Iranian family:
  11. Indic family:
    • Rigveda (complete; metrically restored; no translation)
    • Sanskrit (Rigveda selections with English translations)
  12. Tocharian family:

Publication Indices (mostly to articles about Indo-European)

  1. General Linguistics Indices
  2. Journal of Indo-European Studies Indices
  3. Winfred P. Lehmann's Publications