Indo-European numerals (01 May 2010)
Indo-European verb (01 May 2010)
A revisal of the Indo-European sound inventory (7 April 2010)
Since the PIE sound system is at serious odds with modern phonology, my new system helps explain, among other things, its absence of *b, the true nature of vowel colouring and a fresh approach to Satem Shift.
Diachronic development from Indo-Aegean to Indo-European (07 October 2010)
The current state of my theory on Pre-Proto-Indo-European between the prehistoric period of 7000 and 4000 BCE.
Semitic loans in PIE (20 October 2008)
My pdf of possible loans from Proto-Semitic into Pre-Proto-Indo-European. This work is based on the premise that a prestage of Indo-European was in contact during the Neolithic period with Proto-Semitic to explain the source of widely recognized loans in PIE, such as the word for 'seven'. The nature of the loans (ie. three numbers, a reflexive pronoun) further suggest to me that the linguistic contact was rather intensive, similar to Norse contact with Anglo-Saxons, for example.
PIE Wave Theory
A conceptual experiment concerning "moving isogloss maps". This is meant to show an ever-changing linguistic landscape tracking early Indo-European, surrounding languages as well as conjectural "para-dialects" before 4000 BCE.
Online Etruscan-English dictionary
After being sick and tired of hokey translations, I took up the academic challenge and created my very own Etruscan dictionary applet in Flash. I continuously update this applet as I research into this ancient language and its inscriptions further.
Etruscan grammar [pdf] (04 Oct 2011)
A concise grammatical sketch of the Etruscan language. It should also be instructive for the near-identical Lemnian dialect as well as for Rhaetic.