By Various
Virginia   Institute for the Study of Man
9" by 6" [7], 253pp; [7], 266-510, [2]pp
A very smart two-volume set of essays on Indo-European studies, discussing perspectives on origins, speech and archaeological findings.
By Various

1991-1992 Perspectives on Indo-European Language, Culture and Religion: Studies in Honor of Edgar C. Polome Vol I-Vol II

Virginia   Institute for the Study of Man
9" by 6" [7], 253pp; [7], 266-510, [2]pp
A very smart two-volume set of essays on Indo-European studies, discussing perspectives on origins, speech and archaeological findings.
£140.00
: 1kgs / : 909Y2

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Original Binding, Publishers' Original Binding, Uncommon

A festschrift in honor of Edgar C. Polome, comprising of a series of essays on Indo-European studies. Complete in two volumes.

Bound in the publisher's original cloth. 

Edgar C. Polome was a Belgian-American philologist and religious studies scholar. He specialised in Indo-European studies as well as Germanic religion.

To the beginning of Vol I is a biographical sketch of Polome. 

Both volumes contain series of essays that discuss topics such as 'The Origin of the Sacred Sanskrit Syllable Om', 'Literary Language in Anglo-Saxon Britain' and 'Reflections on an IE Healing Tradition'. 

With references to each work.

Condition

In the original cloth bindings. Externally, very smart with shelf wear to the head and tail of spine. A few light marks to the boards. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean.

Near Fine

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