Tocharian and Indo-European Studies, Volume 15

Edited by Birgit Anette Olsen, Michaël Peyrot, Georges-Jean Pinault, and Thomas Olander

Tocharian and Indo-European Studies, Volume 15
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Edited by Birgit Anette Olsen, Michaël Peyrot, Georges-Jean Pinault, and Thomas Olander

Distributed for Museum Tusculanum Press

218 pages | 6 x 8 1/4 | © 2014
Paper $61.00 ISBN: 9788763542029 Published February 2015 NFS UK, IRELAND, AND SCANDINAVIA
Tocharian and Indo-European Studies is the central publication for the study of two closely related languages, Tocharian A and Tocharian B. Found in many Buddhist manuscripts from central Asia, Tocharian dates back to the second half of the first millennium of the Common Era, though it was not discovered until the twentieth century. Focusing on both philological and linguistic aspects of this language, Tocharian and Indo-European Studies also looks at it in relationship to other Indo-European languages. This issue addresses topics such as the function and origin of the present suffix “-sk,” verbal endings, the words for “fear” and “perfume,” secular documents, and Tocharian glosses in Sanskrit manuscripts. 
The polyvalent present-formative – äsk- in Tocharian B
Douglas Q. Adams
A note on Tocharian B taccimar
Douglas Q. Adams
Perfumes in Ancient Kucha: On the word tuñe attested in Kuchean monastic accounts
Ching Chai-Jung
Tocharian special agents: The –nt participles
Hannes A. Fellner
Apologies for the brahmin Badhari: Some remarks on the meaning of the Tocharian A words ?tare, pi- and mal
Ilya Itkin
The Tocharian personal endings
Frederik Kortlandt
Tocharian A sorki ‘fear’ and two other TA scary words
Melanie Malzahn
An innocent abroad: Reflections on the PK DA M.507 (40-42) b 4-6
Dieter Maue
Fragments of secular documents in Tocharian A
Ogihara Hirotoshi
Notes on Tocharian glosses and colophons in Sanskrit manuscripts I
Michaël Peyrot
An etymological note about the Tocharian root tätk – ‘to extend’
Georges-Jean Pinault
The ‘one night-and-day observance’ of lay followers in Tocharian Buddhism
Georges-Jean Pinault
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