|Language||English, French, Italian, German, Spanish|
|Edited by||Heiner Eichner|
|Publisher||Harrassowitz Verlag (Germany)|
Die Sprache is a peer-reviewed academic journal that was established in 1949. It contains articles on historical and comparative linguistics, especially of Indo-European languages. The main focus is on comparative grammar and etymology, but there are contributions on linguistic interpretation of text sources, epigraphy, and aspects of cultural history as well.
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