This page lists some resources we have found useful for learning ancient and modern Indo-European languages. ADF rituals often include key phrases (e.g., “let the gates be open”) in their translated I-E language form, and the resources below should help you understand such phrases and possible even write your own!
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- First Steps in Old English – Stephen Pollington
- A Guide to Old English – Bruce Mitchell, Fred C. Robinson
- An Introduction to Old Irish – R.P.M. & W.P. Lehmann
- Old Irish Verbs and Vocabulary – Antony Green
- Some modern Irish sites: daltai.com
- Athenaze: An Introduction to Ancient Greek (Book I) – M. G. Balme, Gilbert Lawall
- Introduction to Old Norse – E.V. Gordon
- A New Introduction to Old Norse: Grammar – Viking Society for Northern Research (UK)
- A New Introduction to Old Norse: Reader – Viking Society for Northern Research (UK)
- A New Introduction to Old Norse: Glossary and Index – Viking Society for Northern Research (UK)
- Wheelock’s Latin – Frederic M. Wheelock, Richard A. LaFleur
- Workbook for Wheelock’s Latin – Frederic M. Wheelock, Richard A. LaFleur
- Vedic Reader for Students – Arthur Anthony MacDonell
- Vedic Grammar for Students – Arthur Anthony MacDonell
- Practical Sanskrit Dictionary – Arthur Anthony MacDonell, ed.
- Roots, Verb-Forms and Primary Derivatives of Sanskrit – William Dwight Whitney
- Sanskrit Grammar – William Dwight Whitney