Table of Contents
Guide to the reader
Introduction
1. First stage
2. Second stage
3. Third stage
4. Fourth stage
    4.1. Greek
    4.2. Macedonian
    4.3. Phrygian
    4.4. Thracian
    4.5. Supradialectal communities
    4.6. Celtic
    4.7. Italic
    4.8. Venetic
    4.9. Messapic
    4.10. Lusitanian
    4.11. Pre-Pritenic
    4.12. Germanic
    4.13. Balto-Slavic
       4.13.1. Balto-Slavic evolution
       4.13.2. Uralic influence on Balto-Slavic
       4.13.3. Contacts with Palaeo-Balkan languages
       4.13.4. Contacts with Indo-Iranian
       4.13.5. Schleicher’s fable in Proto-Balto-Slavic
    4.14. Armenian
    4.15. Illyrian
    4.16. Albanian
    4.17. Central Uralic
    4.18. West Uralic
    4.19. East Uralic
    4.20. Yukaghir
I. Schleicher’s fable in other proto-languages
II. Laryngeal loss and vocalism
III. The three-dorsal theory
References