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The Origin of the Indoeuropeans

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The Origin of the Indoeuropeans

  1. 1. THE ORIGIN OF THE INDO-EUROPEANS<br />
  2. 2. INDO-EUROPEANS<br />?????<br />
  3. 3. INDO-EUROPEANS<br />Family: Indo-European<br /> Bantu (Zulu,…)Malayopolinesica (Malay, Hawaiian, ...) Hyperborea (Arctic languages) Hamitic (Egyptian, Ethiopian, ...) Semitic (Assyrian, Hebrew, Phoenician, Aramaic, Arabic, ... Ural - Altaic (Finnish, Estonian, Turkish, ....) Dravidian (Tamil and languages of southeast India) Afro-Asian American (Native American languages) Caucasian Australian<br />
  4. 4. INDO-EUROPEANS<br />Theory:<br /> - Kurgan. The Pennsylvania family tree, 2002. Ringe-Warnow-Taylor tree<br /> - Anatolian farming. The New Zealand family tree, 2003. Gray-Atkinson tree<br />
  5. 5. INDO-EUROPEANS<br />Kurgatheory<br />Pre-Proto-Indoeuropean6000 – 3500 B.C.<br />Proto-Indoeuropean3500 – 2500 B.C.<br />Comparativemethod. Phonetic, phonological and morphologicalLaws.Grimm'sand Verner’sLaws.Satem and Centumlanguages<br />
  6. 6. INDO-EUROPEANS<br />18th C Sir William Jones<br />19th C Franz Bopp<br />RamusRask<br />
  7. 7. INDO-EUROPEANS<br />One community. Own language and culture<br />Southern Russia and the Ukraine<br />Diaspora<br />EuropeAsia<br />
  8. 8. INDO-EUROPEANS<br />
  9. 9. INDO-EUROPEANS<br />Proto-Indoeuropean 3500 – 2500 B. C. <br />Indo-European 2500 B. C.<br />Indo-Europeans 1500 B. C.<br />Indo-Europeans500 B. C.<br />Indo-Europeans500 A.D. <br />RomanEmpire and Germanicmigrations<br />
  10. 10. INDO-EUROPEANS<br />Anatolian farming theory<br />1987 ColinRenfrew. The expansion of agriculturefromAnatoliabetween 8000 and 9500 yearsago<br />2003 Russell D. Gray & Quentin D. Atkinson<br />
  11. 11. INDO-EUROPEANS<br />Anatolian farming theory<br />Hittite (Anatolia)<br />8700 a.C.<br />Proto- Indoeuropean<br />Hittite<br />7900 a.C.<br />Tocharian Greco-armenian<br />
  12. 12. INDO-EUROPEANS<br />
  13. 13. INDO-EUROPEANS<br />Anatolian farming theory<br />ComparativeAnalysis<br />87 languages – 2449 lexical terms<br />
  14. 14. INDO-EUROPEANS<br />Anatolian<br />Tocharian<br />Italo-celtic<br />Greco-armenic<br />Albanian<br />Balto-slavo<br />Indo-iranian<br />Germanic<br />
  15. 15. INDO-EUROPEANS<br />Basque<br />Hungarian<br />Finnish<br />Estonian<br />
  16. 16. INDO-EUROPEANS<br />Schleicher's fable. 1868<br /> The sheep and thehorses<br />

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