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100 1  Bojtár, Endre. 
240 10 Bevezetés a baltisztikába.|lEnglish 
245 10 Foreword to the past :|ba cultural history of the Baltic 
       people /|cEndre Bojtár ; [translated by Szilvia Rédey and 
       Michael Webb]. 
260    Budapest, Hungary ;|aNew York, N.Y. :|bCentral European 
       University Press,|c1999. 
300    1 online resource (viii, 419 pages) :|billustrations, maps
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 357-404) and 
       index. 
505 8  Machine generated contents note: PART ONE -- INTRODUCTION 
       1 -- CHAPTER 1 -- THE CONCEPT OF BALTIC STUDIES3 -- 
       CHAPTER 2 -- THE ORIGINS AND MEANING OF THE TERM 'BALTIC' 
       6 -- CHAPTER 3 -- ENVIRONMENT14 -- CHAPIER 4 -- AMBER AND 
       THE AMBER ROUTE23 -- PART TWO -- THE BALTIC TRIBES AND 
       PEOPLES 37 -- CHAPTER I -- THE INDO-EUROPEAN URIIEIMATAND 
       PROTO-LANGUAGE 39 -- 1.1. Difficulties in writing about 
       prehistory39 -- 1.1.1. Archaeology41 -- 1.1.2. Physical 
       anthropology43 -- 1.1,3, Language history 47 -- 1.2. The 
       Kurgan theory (M. Gimbutas)57 -- 1.3, The Asiatic Urheimat
       hypotheses63 -- 1.4. Language tree and diffusionism66 -- 
       CHAPTER 2 -- THE BALTIC URHEIMATAND PROTO-LANGUAGE70 -- 
       2.1, The question of Balto-Slavic unity70 -- 2.2. The 
       Baltic proto-language74 -- 2.3. The archaic nature of the 
       Baltic languages77 -- 2.4. The Baltic Urheimat 80 -- 
       CHAPThFR 3 -- THE VENET(D) QUESTION 85 -- CHAPTER4 -- THE 
       FIRST REFERENCES TO THE BALTS -- 4.1, The Budini101 -- 
       4.2. The Neuri102 -- 4.3. The Aestii or Aisti104 -- 4.4. 
       The Velts107 -- 4.5. The Stavanoi107 -- 4.6. The Sudini108
       -- 4.7. The Galindians and the Golyad's108 -- 4.8. The 
       Boruski or Borusi111 -- CHAPTER 5 -- THE BALTIC TRIBES113 
       -- 5.1. Power relations in the Baltic region: The Viking 
       period113 -- 5.2. The Couronians116 -- 5.3. Power 
       relations in the Baltic region: the Slavic, Lithuanian, --
       and German periods118 -- 5.4, The conquest of Livonia122 -
       - 5.5. Drangnach Osten126 -- 5.6. The East Balts128 -- 
       5.6.1, The Latvians;128 -- 5.6.2. The Leitis132 -- 5.6.3. 
       The Lithuanians (Zemaitians and Aukataitians)-I138 -- 
       5.6.4. The Zemgalians142 -- 5,6.5. The Selonians,145 -- 
       5.7. The West Balts147 -- 5.7.1. The Prussians147 -- 
       5.7.2. The latvingians158 -- CHAPTER 6 -- THE BALTIC 
       PEOPLES164 -- 6.1. The Prussians164 -- 6.2. The 
       Latvians167 -- 6.2.1. Kurzeme170 -- 6.2.2. The Duchy 
       beygnd the Daugava, . 170 -- 6.2.3. Latgale172 -- 6.3. The
       Lithuanians176 -- 6.3.1. Lithuania Minor192 -- PART THREE 
       -- BALTIC LANGUAGES AND DIALECTS 205 -- CHAPTERI -- COMMON
       BALTIC : 207 -- CHAPTER 2 -- WEST BALTIC LANGUAGES : : 209
       -- 2.1. ThePrussianlanguage209 -- 2.2. The Jatvingian 
       language216 -- AR 3 -- THE COURONIAN LANGUAGE 2, 217 -- 
       CHAPTER 4 -- EAST BALTIC LANGUAGES219 -- 4.1. The Latvian 
       language, 219 -- 4.2. The Latgalian language224 -- 4.3. 
       The Lithuanian language225 -- PART FOUR -- BALTIC 
       MYTHOLOGY 231 -- CHAPTER I -- PREHISTORY, FOLKLORE, 
       MYTHOLOGY233 -- CHAPMER 2 -- HOW FAR BACK DOES BALTIC 
       ANTIQUITY REACH?253 -- CHAPTER 3 -- MYTHS AND SYSTEMS OF 
       MYTHS267 -- CHAPTER 4 -- THE THEORY OF SOCIAL FORMATION271
       -- CHAPTER 5 -- POLYDOXY, PROTOTHEISM, POLYTHEISM275 -- 
       CHAPTER 6 -- SHAMANISM276 -- CHAPTER 7 -- BALTIC 
       MYTHOLOGICAL SYSTEMS278 -- 7.1. Baltic prototheism -- 278 
       -- 7.1.1. *Deivas279 -- 7.1.2. Prknas (Prkons)282 -- 7.2. 
       Baltic polydoxy289 -- 7.2.1. Interprtatio chrisliana296 --
       7.2.2. Interpretatio classica (Romana, Graeca)304 -- 7.3. 
       Baltic 'polytheism'307 -- 7.3.1. The Prussian 'gods' of 
       reliable sources308 -- 7.3.2. The Lithuanian 'gods' of 
       reliable sources309 -- 7.3.3. The Prussian 'Pantheon'312 -
       - 7.3.4. The Lithuanian 'pantheon'316 -- CHAPTER 8S -- 
       BALTIC CULTS318 -- 8.1. Idols318 -- 8.2. Sanctuaries319 --
       8.2.1. Romova 3 320 -- 8.2.2. The sanctuary of Vilnius 
       (The legends of Sventaragis and Gediminas) 321 -- 8.3. 
       Priests 326 -- 8.3.1. Sicco326 -- 8.3.2. The tuliss and 
       the ligash327 -- 83.3. The sovij (an addition to the 
       Malalas Chronicle)330 -- 8.3.4. Krive337 -- 8.3.5. 
       Kunigas339 -- 8.3.6. Zynys, waidelott, Wisten, macifTjs340
       PART FIVE -- CONCLUSION -- OWN AND ALIEN IN HISTORY 343 --
       BIBLIOGRAPHY 357 -- INDEX 405. 
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776 08 |iPrint version:|aBojtár, Endre.|sBevezetés a 
       baltisztikába. English.|tForeword to the past.|dBudapest, 
       Hungary ; New York, N.Y. : Central European University 
       Press, 1999|z9639116424|w(DLC)   00027577|w(OCoLC)43567564
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