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Verfasst von:Kloekhorst, Alwin [VerfasserIn]   i
Titel:Kanišite Hittite
Titelzusatz:the earliest attested record of Indo-European
Verf.angabe:by Alwin Kloekhorst
Verlagsort:Leiden ; Boston
Verlag:Brill
E-Jahr:2019
Jahr:[2019]
Umfang:XII, 303 Seiten
Illustrationen:Diagramme, Karte
Gesamttitel/Reihe:Handbook of Oriental studies : Section 1, Ancient Near East ; volume 132
Fussnoten:Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN:978-90-04-39791-0
Abstract:part 1. Methodology and Analyses -- Personal Names in the Old Assyrian Texts from Kanis -- The Linguistic Analysis of Personal Names : Methodological Preliminaries -- Phonological Interpretation of the Kanisite Names -- Identifying the Linguistic Background of the Kanisite Personal Names -- Part 2. Kanisite Hittite Personal Names: the Material -- Kanisite Hittite Compound Names -- Other Kanisite Hittite Names -- Excursus 1: Kanisite asie/at (m.) and na/ikilie/at (m.) and the Hittite Verbal System -- Excursus 2 : Kanisite -asue and the Feminine Gender in Hittite and Proto Indo_European -- Part 3. The Linguistic Status of Kanisite Hittite -- Comparing Kanisite Hittite to Hattusa Hittite -- Two Hittite Dialects : Historical Reality
 In Kanišite Hittite Alwin Kloekhorst discusses the ethno-linguistic make-up of Kanis (Central Anatolia, modern-day Kültepe), the most important Anatolian mercantile centre during the Kārum-period (ca. 1970-1710 BCE), when Assyrian merchants dominated the trade in Anatolia. Especially by analysing the personal names of local individuals attested in Old Assyrian documents from Kanis, Alwin Kloekhorst demonstrates that the main language spoken there was a dialect of Hittite that was closely related to but nevertheless distinct from the Hittite language as spoken in the later Hittite Kingdom. This book offers a full account of all onomastic material and other linguistic data of Kanišite Hittite, which constitute the oldest attested record of any Indo-European language
Schlagwörter:(g)Kanesch   i / (s)Hethitisch   i / (s)Mundart   i / (s)Namenkunde   i
Sprache:eng
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