A group of dead languages, including Hittite. Although generally considered to be an Indo-European family on par with other subfamilies such as Celtic or Germanic, some scholars contend that the Anatolian languages and all the Indo-European languages are descended conjointly from a common ancestor, so the whole group should be called the "Indo-Hittite" family.
Information on a Colloquium held on March 17-19, 2000 at the University of Richmond (Virginia, US) concerning recent linguistic and archaeological resaech cocerning the Anatolian languages. Full archived sound-files of the Colloquium are available for downloading.
A list of Hittite words and their English equivalents.
An account of Bedrich Hrozny's decipherment of Hittite and discovery of its Indo-European affiliation.
Major theoretical paper (published as an original on the WWW in 2003) on an important aspect of Anatolian historical phonology by the Indo-Europeanist Frederik Kortlandt.
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