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Ancient Scripts - Historical Linguistics
Introduction to historical linguistics with language family charts and extensive links list.
Cameron Laird's Personal Index to Anthropologic Resources on the Net
Two software applications to aid glottochronological and lexostatistical analysis.
Chronology: History of English
"Chronology of Events in the History of English" summarizing the emergence and evolution of the language spanning 5 millennia.
Genetic Distance and Language Affinities
Between Autochthonous Human Populations.
Introduction to Historical Linguistics
A brief summary of the subject of comparative linguistics.
Kjell Gustafson's homepage - Historical Linguistics
An overview of the field of historical linguistics and its sub-disciplines.
Philological Thracology. A Traco-Dacian Thesaurus, a few articles and links.
The Olin Revelation
Revelations concerning the English language and the Bible.
A possible homeland of the Indo-European languages
Since most scholars assume an Indo-European homeland in the steppes north of the Black Sea, a full video study of this option is presented, based on the splits suggested by the Separation Base Method
The Proto-Sumerian Language Invention Process
Eleven-page paper describing how the early Sumerians invented their language, with a complete lexicon of the first words in their language.
Schousboe: Teaching Historical Linguistics
For educators- a course curriculum designed for a one-semester course.
Take Our Word for It
Weekly etymology magazine.
Tracking Linguistic Drift: The Comparative Method
What Has a Hippo in Common With a Feather?
Historical linguistics and etymology.
Wilton's Word & Phrase Origins
Etymological site offers a brief history of the English language, discussion boards and a search feature.
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