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Water-Place: The Origin of the Place-Name Squaneto
The paper aims at scientifically reconstructing the etymology of the place name Squaneto on the basis of the root *akw- in the "macro-system" of linguistic (not only) Indo-European water stems involved in the formation of ...
The Long Transition. The Acquese Territory in the Iron AgeLa lunga transizione. L’Acquese nell’età del Ferro
The work collects all the anthropological and archaeological evidence relating to the spread of human settlements and to the population dynamics in the territory of Acqui Terme (AL - Italy) during the Iron Age, starting ...
Remote Origins: The case of 'Water Towns', of Olbicella, and of root *alb-Origini remote. Il caso delle “città d’acqua”, di Olbicella e della radice * alb-
Palaeo-Ligurian place-names of the type Alba, Old European river names Albis and the like, as well as their ablauting forms Olb- (> Orb- in Romance Ligurian) do not reflect directly Proto-Indo-European adjective *albho-‘white’; ...