|Date:||Tuesday, April 4, 2006, 12:21|
In the Fall/Winter 2005 issue of The Journal of Indo-European
Studies is an article on Early Indo-European Online. I have not
seen a mention of this on the list before and thought the members
would be interested. The following is a quote from the article:
"Our goal is to present web page lessons for at least one langauge
in every major family of the Indo-European group. The Italic,
Hellenic, Slavic, Armenian, Iranian, Germanic, Baltic, and Anatolian
families are now represented by lessons in Latin, Classical and New
Testament Greek, Old Church Slavonic, Classical Armenian, Avestan
and Old Persian, Old Norse, Lithuanian and Hittite respectively.
The Indic and Celtic families will soon be represented by lessons in
Rigvedic Sanskrit (nearing completion) and Old Irish (well
underway). Coverage of Germanic will be extended via Gothic
(nearing completion) and, later perhaps, Old English; coverage of
Italic will be extended via Old French (just getting underway) and,
later, Oscan and Umbrian. Tocharian will be addressed next year,
and possible Albanian as well."
Interestingly, in the whole article there was no mention of the
URL. If you google for "eieol" it will be the first site listed, at
least it was for me.