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By Vladimir E. Orel

This e-book represents a reconstruction of the Proto-Germanic vocabulary as attested in historic and smooth Germanic languages and projected to the Proto-Germanic point. the amount includes important linguistic info giving an overview of Proto-Germanic language, tradition and pre-historic culture. it's the first try to reconstruct the Proto-Germanic lexicon after the paintings of Falk and Torp first and foremost of the XXth century.

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