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Ora Matushansky and Alec Marantz

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780262019675

Published to MIT Press Scholarship Online: January 2014

DOI: 10.7551/mitpress/9780262019675.001.0001

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Phonological and Morphological Interaction in Proto-Indo-European Accentuation

Phonological and Morphological Interaction in Proto-Indo-European Accentuation

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(p.21) 2 Phonological and Morphological Interaction in Proto-Indo-European Accentuation
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Distributed Morphology Today
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Rolf Noyer

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The MIT Press
DOI:10.7551/mitpress/9780262019675.003.0002

The reconstruction of the grammar of word accentuation in Proto-Indo-European (PIE) has for years been a central topic in historical linguistics, as well as the focus of a number of studies within generative phonology of the daughter languages that preserve relicts of the anterior system. The Schindler-Rix reconstruction is the basis of the analysis presented here. The chapter follows the recent detailed presentation of Ringe. The chapter aims to widen the scope of discussion to include the role of cyclic and noncyclic phonology in producing the accent classes of derived stems in PIE. The chapter departs from earlier studies in a number of ways.

Keywords:   grammar, word accentuation, Proto-Indo-European, PIE, generative phonology, Schindler-Rix reconstruction

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