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The comprehensive nature of this study, its chronological sensitivity, and careful assessment of what is inherited and what is innovative, enables substantive conclusions to be drawn regarding the behaviour of semivowels at various stages in the history of Greek and in Indo-European itself.
P. J. Barber is a Departmental Lecturer in Comparative Philology and a Research Fellow at Wolfson College, Oxford. His interests include Indo-European, Greek, and Indo-Iranian phonology, Greek verbal semantics, and contemporary syntactic theory.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Evidence for Sievers' Law and the Possibility oh Inheritance
2. Sievers' Law: Gothic and Vedic
3. Chronology and Inheritance
Part II: Greek Nominal Categories
4. Sievers' Law in Greek
5. Evidence from *-ye/o Nominals
Part III: Verbal Categories
6. Preliminary Considerations
7. Greek *-ye/o- Verbs