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Mais où sont passés les Indo-Européens ? . Le mythe d'origine de l'Occident
Author: Jean-Paul Demoule
Publisher: Le Seuil
ISBN: 2021212319
Pages: 752
Year: 2016-03-25T00:00:00+01:00
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Ouvrage couronné par l'Académie française Mais où sont passés les Indo-Européens ? On les a vus passer par ici, depuis les steppes de Russie, ou par là, depuis celles de Turquie. Certains les ont même vus venir du Grand Nord. Mais qui sont les Indo-Européens ? Nos ancêtres, en principe, à nous les Européens, un petit peuple conquérant qui, il y a des millénaires, aurait pris le contrôle de l'Europe et d'une partie de l'Asie jusqu'à l'Iran et l'Inde, partout où, aujourd'hui, on parle des langues indo-européennes (langues romanes comme le français, slaves comme le russe, germaniques comme l'allemand, et aussi indiennes, iraniennes, celtiques, baltes, sans compter l'arménien, l'albanais ou le grec). Et depuis que les Européens ont pris possession d'une grande partie du globe, c'est presque partout que l'on parle des langues indo-européennes – sauf là où règne l'arabe ou le chinois. Mais les Indo-Européens ont-ils vraiment existé ? Est-ce une vérité scientifique, ou au contraire un mythe d'origine, celui des Européens, qui les dispenserait de devoir emprunter le leur aux Juifs, à la Bible ? Jean-Paul Demoule propose dans ce livre iconoclaste de s'attaquer à la racine du mythe, à sa construction obligée, à ses détournements aussi, comme la sinistre idéologie aryenne du nazisme, qui vit encore. Il montre que l'archéologie la plus moderne ne valide aucune des hypothèses proposées sur les routes de ces invasions présumées, pas plus que les données les plus récentes de la linguistique, de la biologie ou de la mythologie. Pour expliquer les ressemblances entre ces langues, d'autres modèles restent à construire, bien plus complexes, mais infiniment plus intéressants. Pour aller plus loin : jeanpauldemoule.com
Balkan Dialogues
Author: Maja Gori, Maria Ivanova
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317377478
Pages: 280
Year: 2017-02-17
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Spatial variation and patterning in the distribution of artefacts are topics of fundamental significance in Balkan archaeology. For decades, archaeologists have classified spatial clusters of artefacts into discrete “cultures”, which have been conventionally treated as bound entities and equated with past social or ethnic groups. This timely volume fulfils the need for an up-to-date and theoretically informed dialogue on group identity in Balkan prehistory. Thirteen case studies covering the beginning of the Neolithic to the Middle Bronze Age and written by archaeologists conducting fieldwork in the region, as well as by ethnologists with a research focus on material culture and identity, provide a robust foundation for exploring these issues. Bringing together the latest research, with a particular intentional focus on the central and western Balkans, this collection offers original perspectives on Balkan prehistory with relevance to the neighbouring regions of Eastern and Central Europe, the Mediterranean and Anatolia. Balkan Dialogues challenges long-established interpretations in the field and provides a new, contextualised reading of the archaeological record of this region.
Studies in Ancient Greek Dialects
Author: Georgios Giannakis, Emilio Crespo, Panagiotis Filos
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110531259
Pages: 616
Year: 2017-12-18
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A new collective volume with over twenty important studies on less well-studied dialects of ancient Greek, particularly of the northern regions. The book covers geographically a broad area of the classical Greek world ranging from Central Greece to the overseas Greek colonies of Thrace and the Black Sea. Particular emphasis is placed on the epichoric varieties of areas on the northern fringe of the classical Greek world, including Thessaly, Epirus and Macedonia. Recent advances in research are taken into consideration in providing state-of-the art accounts of these understudied dialects, but also of more well-known dialects like Lesbian. In addition, other papers address special intriguing topics in these, but also in other dialects, such as Thessalian, Lesbian and Ionic, or focus on important multi-dialectal corpora such as the oracular tablets from Dodona. Finally, a number of studies examine broader topics like the supraregional Doric koinai or the concept of dialect continuum, or even explore the possibility of an ancient Balkansprachbund, which included Greek too. This new reference work covers a gap in current research and will be indispensable for people interested in Greek dialectology and ancient Greek in general.
80 Old Testament Characters of World History: Chronological, Historical and Archaeological Evidence
Author: Gerard Gertoux
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1329932811
Pages: 364
Year: 2016-02-27
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Despite the fact that the name of many characters mentioned in the Old Testament, like David, King of Israel, have been recently confirmed by archaeology as well as their epoch and the events in which they were involved, most archaeologists continue to deny the historicity of the Bible they view as pious fiction or a mythical account. They argue that the major events in the Bible such as the victory of Abraham against Chedorlaomer, an unknown king of Elam around 2000 BCE, the victory of Moses against an unknown Pharaoh around 1500 BCE or the victory of Esther, an unknown Persian Queen, against an unknown vizier of Xerxes, never existed because they left absolutely no evidence. They also explain that according to what we know today, these events could not have occurred. These logical arguments are impressive but a precise chronological analysis based on absolute dates, coupled with a rigorous historical investigation, shows that all those major events really took place at the dates and places indicated.
The Scapegoat
Author: René Girard
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 0801839173
Pages: 232
Year: 1989-08-01
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"[Girard's] methods of extrapolating to find cultural history behind myths, and of reading hidden verification through silence, are worthy enrichments of the critic's arsenal." -- John Yoder, Religion and Literature.
The Oxford Introduction to Proto-Indo-European and the Proto-Indo-European World
Author: J. P. Mallory, D. Q. Adams
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0199287910
Pages: 731
Year: 2006-08-24
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Our linguistic ancestors had used the wheel, were settled arable farmers, kept sheep and cattle, brewed beer, got married, made weapons, and had at least 27 verbs for the expression of strife. The subjects to which the authors devote chapters include fauna, flora, family and kinship, clothing and textiles, food and drink, space and time, emotions, mythology, religion, and the continuing quest to discover the Proto-Indo-European homeland."
When God Was A Woman
Author: Merlin Stone
Publisher: Doubleday
ISBN: 0307816850
Pages: 265
Year: 2012-05-09
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Here, archaeologically documented,is the story of the religion of the Goddess. Under her, women’s roles were far more prominent than in patriarchal Judeo-Christian cultures. Stone describes this ancient system and, with its disintegration, the decline in women’s status.
Atlantida
Author: Pierre Benoît
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 301
Year: 1920
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The Roots of Old Chinese
Author: Laurent Sagart
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 9027236909
Pages: 255
Year: 1999-01-01
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The phonology, morphology and lexicon of late Zhou Chinese are examined in this volume. It is argued that a proper understanding of Old Chinese morphology is essential in correctly reconstructing the phonology. Based on evidence from word-families, modern dialects and related words in neighboring languages, Old Chinese words are claimed to consist of a monosyllabic root, to which a variety of derivational affixes attached. This made Old Chinese typologically more like modern languages such as Khmer, Gyarong or Atayal, than like Middle and modern Chinese, where only faint traces of the old morphology remain. In the first part of the book, the author proposes improvements to Baxter's system of reconstruction, regarding complex initials and rhymes, and then reviews in great detail the Old Chinese affixal morphology. New proposals on phonology and morphology are integrated into a coherent reconstruction system. The second part of the book consists of etymological studies of important lexical items in Old Chinese. The author demonstrates in particular the role of proportional analogy in the formation of the system of personal pronouns. Special attention is paid to contact phenomena between Chinese and neighboring languages, and — unlike most literature on Sino-Tibetan — the author identifies numerous Chinese loanwords into Tibeto-Burman. The book, which contains a lengthy list of reconstructions, an index of characters and a general index, is intended for linguists and cultural historians, as well as advanced students.
The Camp of the Saints
Author: Jean Raspail
Publisher:
ISBN: 1881780074
Pages: 316
Year: 1975
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"Published for the first time in 1973, Camp of the Saints is a novel that anticipates a situation that seems plausible today and foresees a threat that no longer seems unbelevable to anyone: it describes the peaceful invasion of France, and then of the West, by a third world burgeoned into multitudes. At all levels - global consciousness, governments, societies, and especially every person within himself - the question is asked belatedly: what's to be done?"--Author's introduction to the 1985 French edition.
Language in the Americas
Author: Joseph Harold Greenberg
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 0804713154
Pages: 438
Year: 1987
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This book is concerned primarily with the evidence for the validity of a genetic unit, Amerind, embracing the vast majority of New World languages. The only languages excluded are those belonging to the Na-Dene and Eskimo- Aleut families. It examines the now widely held view that Haida, the most distant language genetically, is not to be included in Na-Dene. It confined itself to Sapir's data, although the evidence could have been buttressed considerably by the use of more recent materials. What survives is a body of evidence superior to that which could be adduced under similar restrictions for the affinity of Albanian, Celtic, and Armenian, all three universally recognized as valid members of the Indo-European family of languages. A considerable number of historical hypotheses emerge from the present and the forthcoming volumes. Of these, the most fundamental bears on the question of the peopling of the Americas. If the results presented in this volume and in the companion volume on Eurasiatic are valid, the classification of the world's languages based on genetic criteria undergoes considerable simplification.
The Making of Great Men
Author: Maurice Godelier
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521312124
Pages: 255
Year: 1986
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This book presents a detailed account of the lives of the Baruya, a tribal society in highlands of Papua New Guinea and will interest scholars and students of anthropology.
Handbook of Comparative and Historical Indo-European Linguistics
Author: Jared Klein, Brian Joseph, Matthias Fritz
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110393247
Pages: 743
Year: 2017-09-25
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This book presents the most comprehensive coverage of the field of Indo-European Linguistics in a century, focusing on the entire Indo-European family and treating each major branch and most minor languages. The collaborative work of 120 scholars from 22 countries, Handbook of Comparative and Historical Indo-European Linguistics combines the exhaustive coverage of an encyclopedia with the in-depth treatment of individual monographic studies.
Discourses Delivered Before the Asiatic Society
Author: William Jones
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Year: 1824
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Veneti
Author: Jožef Šavli, Matej Bor, Ivan Tomažič, Anton Škerbinc
Publisher: ASQ Quality Press
ISBN: 0968123600
Pages: 533
Year: 1996-01-01
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