The Altindische Grammatik is the monumental Sanskrit grammar by Jacob Wackernagel (1853–1938), after his death continued by Albert Debrunner, published in Göttingen between 1896 and 1957. The work presents a full discussion of Sanskrit phonology and nominal morphology, but a treatment of the verb is lacking. A fourth volume covering the verb was in preparation by Karl Hoffmann, but was never published, and to this day (the 2010s), a thorough discussion of the Sanskrit verbal system is lacking.
- Introduction générale : Nouvelle édition du texte paru en 1896, au tome I, Louis Renou (1957)
- Vol. I: phonology (1896) 
- Additions to Vol. I, Debrunner (1957)
- Vol. II.1: Morphology, nominal composition (1905). 
- Vol. II.2: Nominal suffixes (1954).
- Vol. III: Nominal inflection, numerals, pronouns (1930)
- Index (Richard Hauschild, 1964)
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