Robert Plath

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Robert Plath (* 1959 ) is a German Indo-Europeanist and professor at the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg .


The doctorate took place in 1991 on a linguistic study of Mycenaean texts and the Homeric epic . Robert Plath, Chair of Medieval and Modern Latin Philology, temporarily took over as head of the professorship for Comparative Indo-European Linguistics at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, where he works as a research assistant for the 2014/15 winter semester. His main research interests are Indo-European linguistics (main areas: Greek , Latin , Indo-Iranian , Anatolian languages ).

Fonts (selection)

  • as editor with Sonja Glauch and Sabine Ziegler : Karl Hoffmann . Essays on Indo-Iranian Studies. Volume 3 . Reichert, Wiesbaden 1992, ISBN 3-88226-532-9 .
  • The Chariot and Its Parts in Early Greek. Linguistic research on the Mycenaean texts and the Homeric epic (= Erlangen contributions to language, literature and art. Volume 76). Carl, Nürnberg 1994, ISBN 3-418-00076-2 (also dissertation, Erlangen-Nürnberg 1991).
  • as editor with Jürgen Habisreitinger and Sabine Ziegler: low and yet from the heart. 25 Indo-European contributions. Bernhard Forssman on his 65th birthday . Reichert, Wiesbaden 1999, ISBN 3-89500-126-0 .
  • as editor with Bernhard Forssman : Indo-Arisch, Iranisch und die Indo-Europeanistik. Workshop of the Indo-European Society from October 2nd to 5th, 1997 in Erlangen . Reichert, Wiesbaden 2000, ISBN 3-89500-170-8 .
  • Homer's Iliad. Twenty-second chant (X). Volume VII; Fascicle 2: Commentary (= collection of scientific commentaries ). De Gruyter, Berlin 2013, ISBN 978-3-11-020618-0 .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Personnel reports October 2014 . Retrieved August 2, 2017.