[INDOLOGY] Avesta and Rig Veda

Jean Michel DELIRE jeanmicheldelire at gmail.com
Thu Oct 5 12:36:06 UTC 2023

A colleague, retired professor at the University of Liège (ULg), Eric
Pirart, is specialised in this kind of question.
Unhappily, I don't know his mail address, but you probably will find it by
looking at ULg website.

Best regards,

*Jean Michel DELIRE*
*Lecturer on History of mathematics - IHEB (University of Brussels, ULB)*
*Lecturer on **Science and civilisation of India - Sanskrit Texts - IHEB
*Member of the Centre National d'Histoire des Sciences (KBR, Bruxelles)*
*Member of the Société Asiatique (Paris)*
*Member of the International Association of Sanskrit Studies*

Le jeu. 5 oct. 2023 à 14:19, Harry Spier via INDOLOGY <
indology at list.indology.info> a écrit :

> Agnes Korn wrote:
>> Concerning grammar, there is the old, but still impressive for showing
>> the parallelisms
>>      A. V. Williams Jackson: An Avesta grammar, in comparison with
>> Sanskrit. Part I. Phonology, inflection, word-formation. Stuttgart 1892
> What ever happened to part II?  I vaguely recall someone saying the
> manuscript was in some university basement/archive somewhere?
> Harry Spier
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