Just few minutes after reading your message about the new book
INTRODUCCION AL CELTIBERICO
by Carlos JORDAN COLERA, University of Zaragoza 1998.
With a Prologue by Francisco Villar.
I read the following book presentation in the catalogue of "Archeolingua" (which is a
series edited by Univ.-Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Meid of the department of linguistics of the
University of Innsbruck) that may be useful to someone who want to study this matter:
Wolfgang Meid: CELTIBERIAN NSCRIPTIONS. 1994. 62 pp., with illustrations.
""Until recently the elucidation of the Celtiberian language had not made
significant advances, the most notable texts having been ill-understood or
grossly misinterpreted. The author offers for the first time coherent
interpretations of the great Botorrita inscription discovered in 1970, of
the great rock inscription from Peñalba de Villastar and of the Luzaga
bronze. Also analyzed and partly interpreted is the so-called 'bronze res'
which tumed up recently.""
Between the books on this argument published by The Institut für Sprachwissenschaft
der Universität Innsbruck one may find:
- Joseph F. Eska, TOWARDS AN INTERPRETATION OF THE HISPANO-CELTIC
INSCRIPTION OF BOTORRITA, 1989.
- Wolfgang Meid, DIE ERSTE BOTORRITA-INSCHRIFT: INTERPRETATION
EINES KELTIBERISCHEN SPRACHDENKMALS,1993.
- Francisco Villar, A NEW INTERPRETATION OF CELTIBERIAN GRAMMAR
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