Indo-European Etymological Dictionaries & BrillOnline Dictionaries plaform

Brill has launched a new platform for its online dictionaries, called BrillOnline Dictionaries.

University access to The Indo-European Etymological Dictionaries is now available on this new platform via this link or via the eresources@cambridge A_Z.

The Leiden Indo-European Etymological Dictionary Series publishes the results of a major Leiden University project identifying and describing the common lexical heritage of the Indo-European languages. Under the supervision of Alexander Lubotsky, an international team of historical linguists has for more than a decade researched, collected and integrated a growing corpus of linguistic data. The data is published in a series of etymological dictionaries and will be concluded by the publication of a large Indo-European Etymological Dictionary, deemed as a successor of Julius Pokorny’s standard work published in 1959.

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