Early Contacts between Uralic and Indo-European. Linguistic and Archaeological Considerations (MSFOu 242)


Early Contacts between Uralic and Indo-European. Linguistic and Archaeological Considerations (MSFOu 242)


Early Contacts between Uralic and Indo-European. Linguistic and Archaeological Considerations. Papers presented at an international symposium held at the Tvärminne Research Station of the University of Helsinki 8–10 January, 1999. Mémoires de la Société Finno-Ougrienne 242. 2001. 456 p. (ISBN 952-5150-55-0) 35 €.



David W. Anthony: Persistent identity and Indo-European archaeology in the western steppes; Christian Carpelan: Late Palaeolithic and Mesolithic settlement of the European north – possible linguistic implications; Christian Carpelan & Asko Parpola: Emergence, contacts and dispersal of Proto-Indo-European, Proto-Uralic and Proto-Aryan in archaeological perspective; H.-P. Francfort: The archaeology of protohistoric Central Asia and the problems of identifying Indo-European and Uralic-speaking populations; Kaisa Häkkinen: Prehistoric Finno-Ugric culture in the light of historical lexicology; Eugene Helimski: Early Indo-Uralic linguistic relationships: Real kinship and imagined contacts; Juha Janhunen: Indo-Uralic and Ural-Altaic: On the diachronic implications of areal typology; Petri Kallio: Phonetic Uralisms in Indo European?; Jorma Koivulehto: The earliest contacts between Indo-European and Uralic speakers in the light of lexical loans; L. L. Kosinskaya: The Neolithic period of north-western Siberia: The question of southern connections; E. E. Kuz'mina: Contacts between Finno-Ugric and Indo-Iranian speakers in the light of archaeological, linguistic and mythological data; Alexander Lubotsky: The Indo-Iranian substratum; J. Makkay: The earliest Proto-Indo-European–Proto-Uralic contacts: An upper Palaeolithic model; J. P. Mallory: Uralics and Indo-Europeans: Problems of time and space; Vladimir Napol'skikh: Tocharisch-uralische Berührungen: Sprache und Archäologie; Tapani Salminen: The rise of the Finno-Ugric language family; Pekka Sammallahti: The Indo-European loanwords in Saami; Peter Schrijver: Lost languages in northern Europe.

ABSTRACTS: E. N. Chernykh & S. V. Kuz'minykh: Ancient metallurgy in northern Eurasia: On the problem of contacts between the Indo-European- and Uralic-speaking peoples; Asya Engovatova: Chronology of the Volga-Oka valley Neolithic and Lyalovo migrations; V. I. Timofeev: Migrations, diffusion and uninterrupted development in the Stone Age of the forest zone of eastern Europe: Some remarks; Konstantin V. Voronin: The problem of interaction of cultural traditions in the Bronze Age in central Russia (Volga-Oka basin).


Christian Carpelan, Asko Parpola, Petteri Koskikallio (ed.)


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