Alwin Kloekhorst

Publications


Books


1. (2006) Hethitische Texte in Transkription. KBo 35 (= Dresdner Beiträge zur Hethitologie 19), Wiesbaden, xiv + 353 p (together with D. Groddek). [link]

2. (2008) Etymological Dictionary of the Hittite Inherited Lexicon (= Leiden Indo-European Etymological Dictionary Series 5), Leiden - Boston, xiii + 1162 p. [link]

3. (2014) Accent in Hittite: A Study in Plene Spelling, Consonant Gradation, Clitics, and Metrics (= Studien zu den Boğazköy-Texten 56), Wiesbaden, xxxvi + 716 p. [link]


Articles


1. (2004) The Preservation of *h1 in Hieroglyphic Luwian: Two Separate a-Signs, Historische Sprachforschung 117, 26-49. [pdf]

2. (2005) Hittite ḫāpūša(šš)- (formerly known as ḫapuš- ‘penis’), Journal of Indo-European Studies 33, 27-39. [pdf]

3. (2005) Review of: Anatolisch und Indogermanisch (edd. O. Carruba & W. Meid), Innsbruck 2001, Bibliotheca Orientalis 62, 90-94. [pdf]

4. (2006) Hittite pai-/pi- ‘to give’, Indogermanische Forschungen 111, 110-119. [pdf]

5. (2006) Initial Laryngeals in Anatolian, Historische Sprachforschung 119, 77-108. [pdf]

6. (2006[2008]) Čop’s Law in Luwian revisited, Die Sprache 46, 131-136. [pdf]

7. (2007) Review of: J. Marangozis, A Short Grammar of Hieroglyphic Luwian, Munich 2003, Language 83, 223. [pdf]

8. (2007) The Hittite Syllabification of PIE *CuR and *KuR, Tabula Hethaeorum, Hethitologische Beiträge Silvin Košak zum 65. Geburtstag (edd. D. Groddek & M. Zorman) (= Dresdner Beiträge zur Hethitologie 25), 455-457. [pdf]

9. (2007) Review of: The Hittite Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, Volume Š, Fascicle 2, šaptamenzu to -ši-, Chicago 2005, Bibliotheca Orientalis 64, 429-431. [pdf]

10. (2007) The Hittite 2pl.-ending -šten(i), VI Congresso Internazionale di Ittitologia, Roma, 5-9 settembre 2005 (edd. A. Archi & R. Francia) (= Studi Micenei ed Egeo-Anatolici 49-50), 493-500. [pdf]

11. (2007) Reveiw of: S. Zeilfelder, Hittite Exercise Book, Wiesbaden 2005, Bibliotheca Orientalis 64, 685-690. [pdf]

12. (2008) Some Indo-Uralic Aspects of Hittite, Journal of Indo-European Studies 36, 88-95. [pdf]

13. (2008) Studies in Lycian and Carian phonology and morphology, Kadmos 47, 117-146. [pdf]

14. (2009) Hittite kane/išš-zi ‚to recognize’ and other s-extended verbs, Protolanguage and Prehistory, Akten der XII. Fachtagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft, Krakau, 11. bis 15. Oktober 2004 (edd. R. Lühr & S. Ziegler), 244-254. [pdf]

15. (2009) Review of: G. Neumann, Glossar des Lykischen. Überarbeitet und zum Druck gebracht von Johann Tischler (= Dresdner Beiträge zur Hethitologie 21), Bibliotheca Orientalis 66, 312-316. [pdf]

16. (2010) Hittite mān, maḫḫan, māḫḫan, māḫḫanda and mānḫanda, Ex Anatolia Lux. Anatolian and Indo-European Studies in Honor of H. Craig Melchert on the Occasion of his Sixty-Fifth Birthday (edd. R. Kim et al.), Ann Arbor - New York, 217-226. [pdf]

17. (2010) Review of: H.A. Hoffner Jr. & H.C. Melchert, A Grammar of the Hittite Language. Part I: Reference Grammar (= Languages of the Ancient Near East 1/1); Part II: Tutorial (= Languages of the Ancient Near East 1/2), Winona Lake 2008, Kratylos 55, 13-24. [pdf]

18. (2010) Initial stops in Hittite (with an excursus on the spelling of stops in Alalaḫ Akkadian), Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 100, 197-241. [pdf]

19. (2011) Weise’s Law: Depalatalization of palatovelars before *r in Sanskrit, Indogermanistik und Linguistik im Dialog, Akten der XIII. Fachtagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft vom 21. bis 27. September 2008 in Salzburg (edd. T. Krisch & T. Lindner), Wiesbaden, 261-270. [pdf]

20. (2011) The accentuation of the PIE word for ‘daughter’, Accent Matters. Papers on Balto-Slavic Accentology (edd. T. Pronk & R. Derksen) (= Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 37), 235-243. [pdf]

21. (2011) The Opening Formula of Lycian Funerary Inscriptions: mẽti vs. mẽne, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 70/1, 13-23. [pdf]

22. (2011) Accentuation and Poetic Meter in Hittite, Hethitische Literatur. Überlieferungsprozesse, Textstrukturen, Ausdrucksformen und Nachwirken. Akten des Symposiums vom 18. bis 20. Februar 2010 in Bonn (edd. M. Hutter & S. Hutter-Braunsar) (= Alter Orient und Altes Testament 391), Münster, 157-176. [pdf]

23. (2012) The Phonological Interpretation of Plene and Non-Plene Spelled e in Hittite, The Sound of Indo-European. Phonetics, Phonemics, and Morphophonemics (edd. B. Nielsen Whitehead et al.), 243-261. [pdf]

24. (2012) Hittite “ā/e”-ablauting verbs, The Indo-European Verb. Proceedings of the Conference of the Society for Indo-European Studies, Los Angeles 13-15 September 2010 (ed. H.C. Melchert), 15-160. [pdf]

25. (2012) De Taal van Troje, Troje. Stad, Homerus, Turkije (edd. G. Uslu, J. Kelder, Ö.F. Şerifoğlu), Amsterdam, 46-50. [pdf]

26. (2012) The Language of Troy, Troy. City, Homer, Turkey (edd. J. Kelder, G. Uslu, Ö.F. Şerifoğlu), Amsterdam, 46-50. [pdf]

27. (2012) The origin of the Lydian dat.sg. ending , Kadmos 51, 165-173. [pdf]

28. (2012) Pronominal morphology in the Anatolian language family, Altorientalische Forschungen 39, 254-264. [pdf]

29. (2013) Indo-European Nominal Ablaut Patterns: The Anatolian Evidence, Indo-European Accent and Ablaut (edd. G. Keydana, P. Widmer, T. Olander), Copenhagen, 107-128. [pdf]

30. (2013) The signs TA and DA in Old Hittite: evidence for a phonetic difference, Altorientalische Forschungen 40, 125-141. [pdf]

31. (2013) Ликийский язык [The Lycian language], Языки мира: реликтовые индоевропейские языки Передней и Центральной Азии [Languages of the World: Relict Indo-European languages of Western and Central Asia] (edd. Y.B. Koryakov & A.A. Kibrik), Moscow, 131-154. [pdf]

32. (2014) The Proto-Indo-European acrostatic inflection reconsidered, Das Nomen im Indogermanischen. Morphologie, Substantiv versus Adjektiv, Kollektivum. Akten der Arbeitstagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft vom 14. bis 16. September 2011 in Erlangen (edd. N. Oettinger & T. Steer), Wiesbaden, 140-163. [pdf]

33. (2014) De prehistorie van het Nederlands. De Europese taalfamilie gereconstrueerd, Onze Taal 2014(2/3), 46-48. [pdf]

34. (2014) Hittite nai-, nē-, Sanskrit nī-, and the PIE verbal root *(s)neh1-, Munus amicitiae. Norbert Oettinger a collegis et amicis dicatum (edd. H.C. Melchert, E. Rieken, T. Steer), Ann Arbor - New York, 126-137. (together with A.M. Lubotsky). [pdf]

35. (2014) Once more on Hittite ā/e-ablauting ḫi-verbs, Indogermanische Forschungen 119, 55-77. [pdf]

36. (fthc.) Hittite ‘water’, to appear in The Heart of the Matter, Festschrift for J.J.S. Weitenberg. [pdf]

37. (fthc.) Proto-Indo-European “thorn”-clusters, to appear in Historische Sprachforschung. [pdf]

38. (fthc.) The story of Wāšitta and Kumarbi, to appear in a forthcoming Festschrift.

39. (fthc.) The Old Phrygian word for ‘feet’: new readings in the ‘podas’-inscription (G-02), to appear in Kadmos.

40. (fthc.) The Anatolian stop system and the Indo-Hittite hypothesis, to appear in Indogermanische Forschungen. [pdf]

41. (fthc.) The phonetics and phonology of the Hittite dental stops, to appear in the Proceedings of the conference Hrozný and Hittite: The First Hundred Years (Charles University, Prague). [pdf]


Other


1. (2010) J. Friedrich / A. Kammenhuber, Hethitisches Wörterbuch, Band III/2: Ḫ/ḫe- bis ḫu-, Lieferung 18 (ed. J. Hazenbos), Heidelberg [Edition of etymological treatments].

2. (2010) J. Friedrich / A. Kammenhuber, Hethitisches Wörterbuch, Band III/2: Ḫ/ḫe- bis ḫu-, Lieferung 19 (ed. A. Hagenbuchner-Dresel), Heidelberg [Edition of etymological treatments].

3. (2012) J. Friedrich / A. Kammenhuber, Hethitisches Wörterbuch, Band III/2: Ḫ/ḫe- bis ḫu-, Lieferung 20 (ed. J. Hazenbos), Heidelberg [Edition of etymological treatments].

4. (2012) J. Friedrich / A. Kammenhuber, Hethitisches Wörterbuch, Band III/2: Ḫ/ḫe- bis ḫu-, Lieferung 21 (ed. A. Hagenbuchner-Dresel), Heidelberg [Edition of etymological treatments].

5. (2014) J. Friedrich / A. Kammenhuber, Hethitisches Wörterbuch, Band IV: I, Lieferung 22 (ed. J. Hazenbos), Heidelberg [Edition of etymological treatments].

6. (2014) J. Friedrich / A. Kammenhuber, Hethitisches Wörterbuch, Band IV: I, Lieferung 23 (ed. F. Giusfredi), Heidelberg [Edition of etymological treatments].

7. (2014) J. Friedrich / A. Kammenhuber, Hethitisches Wörterbuch, Band IV: I, Lieferung 24 (ed. A. Hagenbuchner-Dresel), Heidelberg [Edition of etymological treatments].


Invited / Keynote Lectures


1. (2005) The Fate of PIE *h3 in Hittite, Friday Afternoon Lecture, 11 March 2005, Leiden.

2. (2007) The position of the Anatolian branch within the Indo-European language family, Studentenconferentie Taalwetenschap, 13 April 2007, Leiden.

3. (2007) Was machte der von Kumarbi geschwängerte Berg Wašitta?, Probevortrag im Rahmen der Neubesetzung der W2-Professur für Altorientalistik mit Schwerpunkt Altanatolien, 20 December 2007, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich.

4. (2008) The Luwians within the history of Anatolia, DUSANE, Dutch Symposium for the Ancient Near East, 15 November 2008, Leiden.

5. (2008) Etymology and Lexicography, Abenteuer Wort. Arbeitstreffen des Hethitischen Wörterbuchs, 8 November 2008, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich.

6. (2009) Anatolian Historical Grammar (one-week Block Seminar), July 2009, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster.

7. (2009) Hittite Historical Grammar (one-week Block Seminar), July 2009, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich.

8. (2010) Ablaut Patters in Anatolian vis-à-vis Indo-European Accentuation, Workshop Indogermanische Akzentologie, 26 March 2010, Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen.

9. (2011) Introduction to Anatolian languages (one-day Block Seminar), Anatolian Spring in Copenhagen, 27 April 2011, University of Copenhagen.

10. (2011) Initial stops in Hittite, Anatolian Spring in Copenhagen, 28 April 2011, University of Copenhagen.

11. (2011) Accentuation, plene spelling, and dat.-loc.sg. forms in Hittite, Anatolian Spring in Copenhagen, 29 April 2011, University of Copenhagen.

12. (2011) Evidence for a phonemic glottal stop in Hittite, Anatolian Spring in Copenhagen, 29 April 2011, University of Copenhagen.

13. (2011) Indo-European Nominal Ablaut Patterns: The Anatolian Evidence, 17 May 2011, Universität Zürich.

14. (2011) Nominal Ablaut Patterns in Anatolian and Proto-Indo-European, Arbeitstagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft: Das Nomen im Indogermanischen, 15 September 2011, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg.

15. (2012) Der Ursprung der Dehnstufe im idg. s-Aorist, Vortrag im Rahmen der Neubesetzung der W3-Professur für Vergleichende Sprachwissenschaft, 10 Februari 2012, Julius-Maximilians-Universität, Würzburg.

16. (2013) The languages of Troy and Anatolia, HOVO lecture series ‘Troy in Turkey’, 26 Februari 2013, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.

17. (2013) The use of the cuneiform script by the Hittites: New ideas on the signs TA and DA, Evening Lecture, 22 July 2013, Leiden Summer School in Languages and Linguistics.

18. (2013) Lycian qã- and a new Proto-Anatolian sound law, ‘Luwic’ Dialects: Inheritance and Diffusion, 23 October 2013, University of Barcelona.

19. (2013) Van Nederlands tot Hittitisch: De reconstructie van de Indo-Europese taalfamilie, Onze Taal-congres 'De Wortels van het Nederlands', 16 November 2013, Breda.

20. (2013) The adaptation of the cuneiform script by the Hittites, Dynamics of Change in Ancient Societies, 29 November 2013, University of Verona.

21. (2014) The languages of Anatolia and of Troy, 7 May 2014, University of Leuven,

22. (2014) Hittite stops: spelling, phonology and etymology, 20 May 2014, University of Vienna.

23. (2014) Personal names from Kaniš: the oldest Indo-European linguistic material, Farewell symposium Michiel de Vaan, 19 June 2014, Leiden University.

24. (2014) Luwian and the Glottalic Theory, ‘Luwic dialects’: Inheritance and diffusion. 2nd Workshop, 29 October 2014, University of Barcelona.

25. (2014) Anatolian and the Glottalic Theory, Indo-European Symposium, 7 November 2014, Leiden University.

26. (2014) The Proto-Anatolian consonant system: An argument in favor of the Indo-Hittite hypothesis?, The Sound of Indo-European 3: Phonetics, phonemics, and morphophonemics, 13 November 2014, Silesian University in Opava.


Conference Lectures


1. (2004) Initial *h3 in Hittite, Indogermanistische Arbeitstagung Münster/Leiden, 7 May 2004, Münster.

2. (2004) Hittite kaneszi ‘knows’, 12th Congress of the Indogermanische Gesellschaft ‘Protolanguage and Prehistory’, 11-16 October, 2004, Kraków.

3. (2005) Hittite pai, pianzi ‘to give’, Colloquium ‘Indo-European and its Neighbours’ in combination with 2. Indogermanistische Arbeitstagung Münster/Leiden, 7 June 2005, Leiden.

4. (2005) The Hittite 2pl.-ending -sten(i), VI. Congresso Internazionale di Ittitologia, 5-9 September 2005, Rome.

5. (2006) The Hittite 2pl.-ending -sten(i), Indogermanistische Arbeitstagung Münster/Leiden, 12-13 June 2006, Münster.

6. (2007) Čop’s Law in Luwian Revisited, 4th Indo-European Colloquium Leiden/Münster, 7-8 May 2007, Leiden.

7. (2007) The accentuation of Greek θυγάτηρ ‘daughter’, Greek and Latin from an Indo-European Perspective, 5-7 July 2007, Oslo.

8. (2007) The accentuation of Lithuanian duktė in relation to its Indo-European cognates, International Workshop on Balto-Slavic Accentology 3, 27-29 July 2007, Leiden.

9. (2008) The opening formula of Lycian funerary inscriptions, VII. Uluslararası Hittitoloji Kongresi, 29 August 2008, Çorum.

10. (2008) Weise’s Law: depalatalization of palatovelars in Sanskrit, XIII. Fachtagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft, 27 September 2008, Salzburg.

11. (2009) The Phonological Interpretation of Plene and Non-Plene spelled e in Hittite, The Sound of Indo-European, Phonetics, Phonemics, and Morphophonemics, 19 April 2009, Copenhagen.

12. (2010) Accentuation and Poetic Metre in Hittite, Anatolische Literaturen. „Autoren“ - Textstrukturen - „Zuhörer“, 20 February 2010, Universität Bonn.

13. (2010) Hittite and the Indo-European Verbal Ablaut *ó/é, Arbeitstagung on the Indo-European Verb, 15 September 2010, UCLA, Los Angeles.

14. (2011) Accentuation, plene spelling, and dat.-loc.sg. forms in Hittite, Eighth International Congress of Hittitology, 5 September 2011, University of Warsaw.

15. (2012) Hittite ḫūmantet and the PIE instrumental ending, Mosaiksteine der Steinzeit - Sprachliche und kulturelle Fragmente des Indogermanischen in den Sprachen Asiens und Europas. 9th Indo-European Colloquium Leiden/Münster, 19 June 2012, Münster

16. (2012) Hittite ḫūmantet and the PIE instrumental ending, Etymology and the European Lexicon, 14th Fachtagung of the Indogermanische Gesellschaft, 18 September 2012, University of Copenhagen.

17. (2013) Round table discussion (chair), The Lengthened Grade in Indo-European, Arbeitstagung of the Indogermanische Gesellschaft, 31 July 2013, Leiden University.

18. (2014) The oldest Hittite linguistic material: Anatolian names from Kültepe, IX. International Congress of Hittitology, 1 September 2014, Hitit Üniversitesi Çorum.