eDiAna Team

Project Members and Partners

Module 1: Synchronic Lexicon of Cuneiform Luwian, Carian and Sidetic

Prof. Dr. Jared Miller

[J.M.]

Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich

Professor of Ancient Near-Eastern Studies (Ancient Anatolia)

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Dr. Anja Busse

[A.B.]

Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich

Research Associate at the Institute for Assyriology and Hittitology

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Dr. Zsolt Simon

[Zs.S.]

Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich

Research Associate at the Institute for Assyriology and Hittitology

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Module 2: Synchronic Lexicon of Cuneiform Luwian, Hieroglyphic Luwian, Palaic, Lycian, Lydian and Pisidian, and reconstructed *Proto-Anatolian

Prof. Dr. Elisabeth Rieken

[E.R.]

University of Marburg

Professor of General and Comparative Linguistics, Institute for Classical Languages and Literatures (Historical Indo-European Linguistics)

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Dr. David Sasseville

[D.S.]

University of Marburg

Research Associate at the Institute for Classical Languages and Literatures (Historical Indo-European Linguistics)

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Dr. Anna Henriette Bauer

[AH.B.]

University of Marburg

Research Associate at the Institute for Classical Languages and Literatures (Historical Indo-European Linguistics)

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PD Dr. Annick Payne

[A.P.]

University of Bern

Lecturer at the Institute of Archaeological Sciences

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Oscar Billing

[O.B.]

University of Uppsala

PhD Candidate at the Department of Linguistics and Philology

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Module 3: Proto-Indo-European Etymology of the minor Anatolian Corpus Languages

Prof. Dr. Olav Hackstein

[O.H.]

Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich

Chair of Historical and Indo-European Linguistics

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PD Dr. Thomas Steer

[T.S.]

Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich

Research Associate at the Chair of Historical and Indo-European Linguistics

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Dr. Andreas Opfermann

[A.O.]

Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich

Research Associate at the Chair of Historical and Indo-European Linguistics

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Digital Development

Christiane Bayer M.A.

[C.B.]

Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich

Research Associate at the LMU Center for Digital Humanities

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Dr. Markus Frank

[M.F.]

Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich

Programme Coordinator "Digital Humanities - Linguistics"

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Dr. Christian Riepl

[C.R.]

Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich

Head of the LMU Center for Digital Humanities

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Former Staff

Prof. Dr. Stefan Schaffner

[S.S.]

Former Research Associate at the Chair of Historical and Indo-European Linguistics LMU Munich

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Dr. Carolin Schneider

[C.S.]

Former Research Associate at the Chair of Historical and Indo-European Lingustics LMU Munich

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  • Former Project Staff
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Dr. habil. Ilya Yakubovich

[I.Y.]

Researcher at the Russian Academy of Sciences, and the institute of Classical Languages and Literatures (Historical Indo-European Linguistics, University of Marburg)

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Dr. Timofey Arkhangelskiy

[T.A.]

Former Lecturer at the Higher School of Economics (Moscow)

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Associated Institutions, Co-operating Projects and Partners

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IT-Group for the Humanities (LMU).
Hethitologie-Portal Mainz: HPM.
Annotated Corpus of Luwian Texts
Project of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Principal Investigator: Dr. habil. Ilya Yakubovich.
Das Corpus der hethitischen Festrituale: staatliche Verwaltung des Kulturwesens im spätbronzezeitlichen Anatolien
Project of the Mainz Academy of Sciences and Literature.
Principal Investigartors: Prof. Dr. Elisabeth Rieken and Prof. Dr. Daniel Schwemer.
Luwili: Luwian Religious Discourse between Anatolia and Syria
Project of the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (France) and Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (Germany).
Principal Investigators: Dr. habil. Alice Mouton and Dr. habil. Ilya Yakubovich.
Los dialectos lúvicos del grupo anatolio en su contexto lingüístico, geográfico e histórico (2016–2018) and Los dialectos lúvicos del grupo anatolio: escritura, gramática, onomástica, léxico (2019–2022).
Prof. Dr. Ignacio Javier Adiego Lajara, Dr. Mariona Vernet Pons, and Dr. José Virgilio García Trabazo