August Schleicher

August Schleicher (; 19 February 1821 – 6 December 1868) was a German linguist. His great work was ''A Compendium of the Comparative Grammar of the Indo-European Languages'', in which he attempted to reconstruct the Proto-Indo-European language. To show how Indo-European might have looked, he created a short tale, Schleicher's fable, to exemplify the reconstructed vocabulary and aspects of Indo-European society inferred from it. Provided by Wikipedia
1
by Schleicher, August
Published 1846
kostenfrei
eBook
2
by Schleicher, August
Published 1846
Book
3
by Schleicher, August 1821-1868
Published 1846
Book
4
by Schleicher, August
Published 1846
Book
5
by Schleicher, August 1821-1868
Published 1846
Book
6
by Schleicher, August
Published 1848
kostenfrei
eBook
7
by Schleicher, August
Published 1848
Book
8
by Schleicher, August
Published 1848
kostenfrei
eBook
9
by Schleicher, August 1821-1868
Published 1848
Book
10
by Schleicher, August
Published 1848
Book
11
by Schleicher, August
Published 1848
Book
12
by Schleicher, August 1821-1868
Published 1848
...Schleicher, August 1821-1868 Sprachvergleichende Untersuchungen....
Book
13
by Schleicher, August
Published 1848
Book
14
by Schleicher, August
Published 1848
Book
15
by Schleicher, August
Published 1848
Book
16
by Schleicher, August 1821-1868
Published 1848
Book
17
by Schleicher, August
Published 1848
Book
18
by Schleicher, August
Published 1850
Book
19
by Schleicher, August
Published 1850
Book
20
by Schleicher, August 1821-1868
Published 1850
Book