[INDOLOGY] caesura (yati)

Hannes A. Fellner hannes.fellner at univie.ac.at
Mon Dec 5 16:10:52 UTC 2022

Dear Christian,

Also, see:

Gunkel, Dieter & Kevin M. Ryan. 2018. Phonological evidence for pāda
cohesion in Rigvedic versification
<https://meluhha.com/Papers/gunkel_ryan_2018.pdf>. *Language and Meter*,
eds. Gunkel, Dieter & Olav Hackstein. 34-53. Leiden: Brill.

Gunkel, Dieter & Kevin M. Ryan. 2011. Hiatus avoidance and metrification in
the Rigveda
of the 22nd Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference*, eds. Stephanie W.
Jamison, H. Craig Melchert, & Brent Vine. 53-68. Bremen: Hempen.



Hannes A. Fellner

Department of Linguistics
University of Vienna
Sensengasse 3a, 1090 Wien

Division Digital Philology
Department of European and Comparative Literature and Language Studies
University of Vienna
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Am Mo., 5. Dez. 2022 um 16:35 Uhr schrieb Christian Ferstl via INDOLOGY <
indology at list.indology.info>:

> Dear List Members,
> do you know any relevant studies etc. on caesurae (yati) in Sanskrit
> metrics? I'm espacially interested in how strict they have to be
> followed and to what extend they are or may be disobeyed.
> Thank you,
> Christian Ferstl
> University of Vienna
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