SUPARSTHAS and SWAGWAUTAS: Colonisers of the Ancient World. Part I: Origins and early migrations

Fabbri, Giampietro (2017) SUPARSTHAS and SWAGWAUTAS: Colonisers of the Ancient World. Part I: Origins and early migrations. [Preprint]
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Abstract

In the first part of this study the name *Suparsthas is reconstructed and proposed for the ancestors of the peoples speaking the Proto-Indo-European language and their relatives. Moreover, the name *Swagwautas and its variants are recognised as endonyms of Proto-Indo-Europeans. By analyzing the ethnonyms of the descendant peoples and the historical attestations on them, traces of the customs and religion of *Suparsthas and *Swagwautas are highlighted. Lastly, the early migrations of the descendant peoples in Asia and Europe are reconstructed until the beginning of the second millennium BC.

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Fabbri, GiampietroAlma Mater Università di Bologna0000-0001-8011-2907
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Indo-European ancestors Indo-European relatives Indo-European and relative migrations
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