- Title Pages
- List of figures
- List of tables
- General abbreviations
- Abbreviations for grammatical categories
- Ancient authors and works, with editions used
- Epigraphic and papyrological publications
- Chapter 1 Introduction
- Chapter 2 Proto-Indo-European, Greek, and primitive languages: the last 150 years
- Chapter 3 Approaches to Proto-Indo-European relative clauses
- Chapter 4 What is a relative clause?
- Chapter 5 Definiteness and related concepts
- Chapter 6 Varieties of Greek relative clause
- Chapter 7 Matters of case
- Chapter 8 Forays into early Greek relative clauses in non-epic genres
- Chapter 9 Postnominal and inherently maximalizing relative clauses in Homer
- Chapter 10 How does Homer choose between inherently maximalizing constructions?
- Chapter 11 How does Homer choose between ὁ, ἡ, τό and ὅς, ἥ, ὅ?
- Chapter 12 Homeric relative clauses in direct speech and narrative
- Chapter 13 Cretan inscriptions to 400 BC
- Chapter 14 Against four syntactic relics and for one
- Chapter 15 Conclusions
- Glossary of technical terms
- Subject Index
- Index Locorum
- Early Greek Relative Clauses
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