Authors - Complete List

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Adams, Douglas Q.
  • (1979) Tocharian AB si-n-'Be Oppressed, Afflicted' and A si-n-[B soy-] 'Be satisfied'
Volume 7, p. 315
  • (1985) Designations of the Cervidae in Proto-Indo-European
Volume 13, p. 269
  • (1988) The Indo-European Words for Hair: Reconstructing a Semantic Field
Volume 16, p. 69
  • (1995) Mummies
Volume 23, p. 399
  • (2005) Tocharian B traksim 'Grains' and an Indo-European Word for 'Berry'
Volume 33, p. 219
  • (2006) Some Implications of the Carbon-14 Dating of Tocharian Manuscripts
Volume 34, p. 381
  • (2006) Etymological Connections of the Tocharian Word for 'Village' and the Germanic Word for 'House'
Volume 34, p. 390
  • (2009) Genitive and Adjective in Tocharian
Volume 37, p. 299
Adrados, Francisco R.
  • (1982) The Archaic Structure of Hittite: The Crux of the Problem
Volume 10, p. 1
  • (1987) Ideas on the Typology of Proto-Indo-European
Volume 15, p. 97
  • (1989) Etruscan as an IE Anatolian (But not Hittite) Language
Volume 17, p. 363
  • (2007) A Panorama of Indo-European Linguistics since the Middle of the Twentieth Century: Advances and Immobilism
Volume 35, p. 12
Agrawal, D. P.
  • (2002) Comments on 'Indigenous Indo-Aryans and the Rigveda'
Volume 30, p. 335
Ahyan, Stépan
  • (1998) Indo-European Mythical Theme of the Final Battle in the 'History of the Armenians' by Movses Khorenatsi
Volume 26, p. 447
  • (2000) A New Mythical Theme in the Saga of Hervör and King Heidrekr and the Armenian "Epic of Sasoon"
Volume 28, p. 373
  • (2004) The Hero, the Woman and the Impregnable Stronghold: A Model
Volume 32, p. 1
  • (2014) The Death of the Suitors and Patricide
Volume 42, p. 211
Akbarzadeh, Daryoosh
  • (2014) China and the Myth of Jam
Volume 42, p. 28
Al-Maini, Douglas
  • (2009) The Political Cosmology of the Homeric Hymn to Demeter
Volume 37, p. 89
Alford, Garth
  • (1991) Eelísion: A Foreign Eschatological Concept in Homer's Odyssey
Volume 19, p. 151
Allen, N. J.
  • (2000) Argos and Hanuman: Odysseus' dog in the light of the Mahábhárata
Volume 28, p. 3
  • (2002) The Stockmen and the Disciples
Volume 30, p. 37
  • (2007) The Heimdall-Dyu Comparison Revisited
Volume 35, p. 233
  • (2009) Early Rome and Indo-European Comparison: Dominique Briquel on Two Crises
Volume 37, p. 489
Allen, Nick
  • (2017) The King-Priest Quarrel in the Ādiparvan and the Iliad
Volume 45, p. 422
Álvarez-Pedrosa, Juan Antonio
  • (2009) Krakow's Foundation Myth: An Indo-European theme through the eyes of medieval erudition
Volume 37, p. 164
Ancillotti, Augusto
  • (1995) Deep Connections between Indo-European Languages
Volume 23, p. 113
Anderson, Earl R.
  • (1999) Horse-Sacrifice and Kingship in the Secret History of the Mongols and Indo-European Cultures
Volume 27, p. 379
Anderson, Earl R. and Vahid Norouzalibeik
  • (2008). Father-Son Combat: An Indo-European Typescene and its Variations
Volume 36, p. 269
Andersen, Paul Kent
  • (1982) On the Word Order Typology of the Shatapathabraahmana
Volume 10, p. 37
Anghelina, Catalin
  • (2008). The Immovable Olympus: Olympus as Zeus' Seat
Volume 36, p. 428
  • (2009) Bibliography for The Immovable Olympus
Volume 37, p. 441A
  • (2009) Viṣṇu's Highest Stride
Volume 37, p. 277
Anthony, David W.
  • (1991) The Archaeology of Indo-European Origins
Volume 19, p. 193
  • (2008) A New Approach to Language and Archaeology: The Usatovo Culture and the Separation of Pre-Germanic
Volume 36, p. 1
Aranovsky, Olga R.
  • (1978) On the Interpretation of the 'Knowledge by Suffering' in Aeschylus 'Agamemnon' (176-183)
Volume 6, p. 243
Arans, Olga R. and Christine R. Shea
  • (1994) The Fall of Elpenor: Homeric Kirké and the Folklore of the Caucasus
Volume 22, p. 371
Arbeitman, Brad
  • (1974) Why Two Preverbs (and Only These Two) Became Inseparable in Hittite
Volume 2, p. 70
Arbeitman, Yoël
  • (1976) Anatolian Piya- 'give'
Volume 4, p. 79
  • (1978) An Addendum to 'Why Two Preverbs (and Only These Two) Became Inseparable in Hittite,' JIES 2.1
Volume 6, p. 143
Aritsar, Anthony
  • (1987) The Old Irish Relative and Word Order in Pre-Old Irish
Volume 15, p. 353
Arnal, Jean and Sylvie
  • (1983) The Appearance of an Aristocracy and of Military Architecture in the Fontbuxian Sub-group of Valène-Hortus
Volume 11, p. 1
Austefjord, Anders
  • (1986) On the Oldest Type of Aorists in Indo-European
Volume 14, p. 39
 
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Bader, Françoise
  • (1986) An IE Myth of Immersion-Emergence
Volume 14, p. 39
  • (1987) Hittite Duratives and the Problem of IE Present-Formations with Infix and Suffix
Volume 15, p. 121
Baldi, Philip
  • (1974) Indo-European *sekw-
Volume 2, p. 77
Bammesberger, Alfred
  • (1982) On the Ablaut of Athematic Verbs in Indo-European
Volume 10, p. 43
  • (1983) The Weak Forms in the Germanic R-Stem Paradigm
Volume 11, p. 105
  • (1983) The Aorist Optative of aa-Roots in Sanskrit
Volume 11, p. 299
  • (1985) The Provenance of the Germanic Stem-Shape *habd
Volume 13, p. 467
  • (1988) The Paradigm of ja- verbs in Germanic
Volume 16, p. 233
  • (1991) On the Etymology of Old English fricca/ friccea
Volume 19, p. 349
  • (1995) Latin quattuor and Its Prehistory
Volume 23, p. 213
  • (1996) On Fresh Fish in Some (Indo-)European Languages
Volume 24, p. 399
Bankoff, J. Arthur and Frederick A. Winter
  • (1984) Northern Intruders in LH IIIC Greece: A View to the North
Volume 12, p. 1
Barber, E. J. W.
  • (1975) The PIE Notion of Cloth and Clothing
Volume 3, p. 294
  • (1989) Archaeolinguistics and the Borrowing of Old European Technology
Volume 17, p. 239
  • (1995) A Weaver's-eye View of the Second Millenium Tarim Basin Finds
Volume 23, p. 347
  • (2003) On Αιγ- as "Protection", Again
Volume 31, p. 337
  • (2010) On Middle Minoan Sites and Sight Lines: Communication Strategies in the Bronze Age Mediterranean
Volume 38, p. 1
Barber, Paul T.
  • (1990) Cremation
Volume 18, p. 379
  • (1995) Mummification in the Tarim Basin
Volume 23, p. 309
Barðdal, Jóhanna, Valgerður Bjarnadóttir, Serena Danesi, Tonya Kim Dewey, Thórhallur Eythórsson, Chiara Fedrianid & Thomas Smitherman
  • The Story of ‘Woe’
Volume 41, 321
Barlau, Stephen B.
  • (1976) An Outline of Germanic Kinship
Volume 4, p. 97
Bartoněk, Antonín
  • (2016) In Memoriam, Antonín Bartoněk
Volume 44, p. 520
Barvarova, Mary R.
  • (2004) Topics in Lydian Verse: Accentuation and Syllabification
Volume 32, p. 227
Bauer, Brigitte L. M.
  • (1998) Impersonal Verbs in Italic: Their Development from an Indo-European Perspective
Volume 26, p. 91
  • (2015) Origins of Grammatical Forms and Evidence from Latin
Volume 43, p. 201
Bauschatz, Paul C.
  • (1975) Urth's Well
Volume 3, p. 53
Beckwith, Miles C.
  • (2002) Umbrian vestiçia and other Italic Sacraments
Volume 30, p. 205
van Beek, Lucien
  • (2011) The "Saussure effect" in Greek: a reinterpretation of the evidence
Volume 39, p. 129
Beekes, R. S. P.
  • (1976) Uncle and Nephew
Volume 4, p. 43
  • (1982) GAv.and the PIE Word for 'Moon, Month,' and the Perfect Participle
Volume 10, p. 53
  • (1987) The Word for 'Four' in Proto-Indo-European
Volume 15, p. 215
  • (1997) Historical Phonology of Iranian
Volume 25, p. 11
  • (1998) The Origin of Latin aqua, and of *teutaa 'people'
Volume 26, p. 459
Beekes, Robert
  • (2009) Pre-Greek Names
Volume 37, p. 191
Beeler, M. S.
  • (1973) A New Edition of Venetic Texts
Volume 1, p. 245
Bek-Pedersen, Karen
  • (2006) Oppositions and Cooperations in the Baldr Myth, with Irish and Welsh Parallels
Volume 34, p. 5
  • (2007) A Myth in Folktale Clothing
Volume 35, p. 285
Bellquist, Julie Bonner
  • (1993) 'Badger' in Indo-European
Volume 21, p. 331
Benac, Alojz
  • (1981) Some Problems of the Western Balkans: The Beginning of Indo-Europeanization in the Coastal Zone of Yugoslavia and Albania
Volume 9, p. 15
Bengtson, John D. and Václav Blažek
  • (2005) Sergei Anatolyevich Starostin (March 24, 1953 - September 30, 2005)
Volume 33, p. 307
  • (2012) Comments on Ilija Čašule’s “Correlation of the Burushaski Pronominal System with Indo-European and Phonological and Grammatical Evidence for a Genetic Relationship”
Volume 40, p. 156
Berman, Howard
  • (1973) Word Order in Venetic
Volume 1, p. 252
Best, Jan
  • (1989) Comparative Indo-European Linguistics and Archaeology: Towards a Historical Integration
Volume 17, p. 335
Bezlepkin, Alexander
  • (2014) The Name of Dionysos
Volume 42, p. 18
Bhattacharya, Kamaleswar
  • (1977) On the Relationship Between the Vigrahavyaavartanii and the Nyaayasuutra-s
Volume 5, p. 265
Billigmeier, Jon Chrïstian
  • (1976) The Origin of the Dual Reflex of Initial Cosonantal Indo-European *y in Greek
Volume 4, p. 221
Birnbaum, Henrik
  • (1973) The Original Homeland of the Slavs and the Problem of Early Slavic Linguistic Contacts
Volume 1, p. 407
  • (1974) Pre-Greek Indo-Europeans in the Southern Balkans and Aegean
Volume 2, p. 361
  • (1984) Indo-Europeans between the Baltic and the Black Sea
Volume 12, p. 235
Barðdala, Jóhanna, Valgerður Bjarnadóttir, Serena Danesi, Tonya Kim Dewey, Thórhallur Eythórsson, Chiara Fedrianid & Thomas Smitherman
  • The Story of ‘Woe’
Volume 41, 321
Bjorvand, Harald
  • (2007) The Etymology of English ale
Volume 35, p. 1
Blažek, Václav
  • (2001) On the Baltic Theonyms: Baltic-Italic Correspondences in Divine-Names
Volume 29, p. 351
  • (2002) Elamo-Arica
Volume 30, p. 215
  • (2005) HIC ERANT LEONES: Indo-European "lion"
Volume 33, p. 63
  • (2005) Sergei Anatolyevich Starostin (March 24, 1953 - September 30, 2005)
Volume 33, p. 307
  • (2007) From August Schleicher to Sergei Starostin: On the development of the tree-diagram models of the Indo-European languages
Volume 35, p. 82
  • (2012) Comments on Ilija Čašule’s “Correlation of the Burushaski Pronominal System with Indo-European and Phonological and Grammatical Evidence for a Genetic Relationship”
Volume 40, p. 156
  • (2015) A Long Way to “Far” Tocharian A lo, B lau and A lok, B lauke adv. “(a)far (off); away” in perspective of the Indo-European etymon “long”
Volume 43, p. 57
  • (2015) On the Lengthening of Verbal Bases in Indo-European in an Afroasiatic Perspective
Volume 43, p. 243
  • (2016) Iamos – the Greek Counterpart of the Indo-Iranian Twin-God *Yama-?
Volume 44, p. 350
Blažek, Václav and Michal Schwarz
  • Prehistory of Tocharian yástaci 'Juniper' in the Perspective of Historical Phonetics
Volume 43, p. 423
Bodeüs, Richard
  • (1974) An Iranian Profile of Democritus?
Volume 2, p. 63
Bomhard, Allen
  • (1977) The 'Indo-European-Semitic' Hypothesis Reexamined
Volume 5, p. 55
  • (1981) A New Look at Indo-European
Volume 9, p. 332
  • (1986) An Etymological Note: PIE *Hs-tér- 'Star'
Volume 14, p. 191
  • (2014) Hittite pa-ak-nu-
Volume 42, p. 291
Bökönyi, Sandor
  • (1978) The Earliest Waves of Domestic Horses in East Europe
Volume 6, p. 17
Bonfante, Giuliano
  • (1986) The Tocharian Accent (A and B)
Volume 14, p. 301
  • (1987) The Relative Position of the Indo-European Languages
Volume 15, p. 77
  • (1996) The Etymology of híppos
Volume 24, p. 111
  • (1996) Homer Text is Mycenean
Volume 24, p. 115
Bosch-Gimpera, P.
  • (1973) The Migration Route of the Indo-Aryans
Volume 1, p. 513
Boutkan, D. and M. G. Kossmann
  • (1999) Some Berber Parallels of European Substratum Words
Volume 27, p. 87
Braarvig, Jens
  • (1997) Horses and Ships in Vedic and Old Greek Material
Volume 25, p. 345
Bradley, K. R.
  • (1973) The Composition of Suetonius' Caesares Again
Volume 1, p. 257
  • (1976) Imperial Virtues in Suetonius' Caesares
Volume 4, p. 245
Bragg, Lois
  • (2004) Telling Silence: Aligualism in Old Icelandic Myth, Legend, and Saga
Volume 32, p. 267
Bray, Daniel
  • (2000) The End of Mythology: Hesiod's Theogony and the Indo-European Myth of the Final Battle
Volume 28, p. 359
Brekke, Torkel
  • (1998) Note on a Possible Reference to Ikaros in the Vinaya of the Muulasarvaastivaadins
Volume 26, p. 435
Bremmer, Jan
  • (1976) Avunculate and Fosterage
Volume 4, p. 65
Brenneman, Walter
  • (1991) Transformation and Symbolism in the Irish Celtic and IE Cattle Raiding Myth: A Symbolic Analysis
Volume 19, p. 73
Brosman, Paul W., Jr.
  • (1976) The Hittite Gender of Cognates of PIE Feminines
Volume 4, p. 141
  • (1978) The Hittite Gender of Cognates of PIE Neuters
Volume 6, p. 93
  • (1979) The Semantics of the Hittite Gender System
Volume 7, p. 227
  • (1981) The Origin of the PIE A-Stems
Volume 9, p. 255
  • (1982) Designation of Females in Hittite
Volume 10, p. 65
  • (1982) The Development of the PIE Feminine
Volume 10, p. 253
  • (1984) The IE Cognates of the Hittite ai- and au- Stems
Volume 12, p. 345
  • (1986) Lat. fides and the i-Stems with Nom. Sg. es
Volume 14, p. 337
  • (1987) The Latin Fifth-Dimension Nouns with Nom. Sg. iees
Volume 15, p. 327
  • (1992) The Greek Nouns in -ω
Volume 20, p. 317
  • (1994) The Gothic ti-abstracts and the PIE Arbitrary Feminines
Volume 22, p. 347
  • (1997) Confirmation Concerning Two Aspects of Hittite Gender
Volume 25, p. 415
  • (2003) The Cognates of the Latin ti- Abstracts
Volume 31, p. 1
  • (2004) The Latin Feminine u-stems
Volume 32, p. 249
  • (2006) The Cognates of the Vedic í-stems
Volume 34, p. 401
  • (2008) PIH uw > um: A Reaffirmation
Volume 36, p. 383
  • (2010) The Cognates of the Gothic u- Stems
Volume 38, p. 384
Brown, Norman
  • (1974) Prelude to the Indra-Vrtra Battle (Rig-Veda 10,124)
Volume 2, p. 57
Bryant, Edwin
  • (2002) "'Somewhere in Asia,' and No More"
Volume 30, p. 341
Bubenik, Vit
  • (1993) Morphological and Syntactic Change in Late Middle Indo-Aryan
Volume 21, p. 259
Buchholz, Peter
  • (1984) Religious Sculpture in Roman Germania and Adjacent Regions
Volume 12, p. 31
Buchvaldek, Miroslav
  • (1980) Corded Pottery Complex in Central Europe
Volume 8, p. 393
Bulatović, Aleksandar
  • (2014) Corded Ware in the Central and Southern Balkans: A Consequence of Cultural Interaction or an Indication of Ethnic Change?
Volume 42, p. 101
Burton, Philip
  • (1996) Using the Gothic Bible: Notes on Jared S. Klein 'On the Independence of Gothic Syntax'
Volume 24, p. 81
Bush, Archie C. and Joseph H. McHugh
  • (1974) Succession to the Throne of Rome through 192 A.D.
Volume 2, p. 259
Butrimas, Adomas and Gintautas Chesnys
  • (1990) The Emergence of the Pamariu (Baltic Coastal) Group of Indo-Europeans According to Archaeological and Anthropological Data
Volume 18, p. 359
Buyaner, David
  • (2007) The Myth of the Bridge of Separator: a Trace of Shamanistic Practices in Zoroastrianism?
Volume 35, p. 357
 
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Caflisch, Jacob Sr.
  • (1977) Typology of a Minimum Étalon-Module: 'Supine'-Like Structures in OCS, Lithuanian, and Finnish
Volume 5, p. 177
  • (1993) Prague Phonology, Vector Typology, and Jacob Grimm
Volume 21, p. 143
Campanile, Enrico
  • (1974) IE Metaphors and Non-IE Metaphors
Volume 2, p. 247
  • (1976) IE and Non-IE Elements in Celtic Dialects
Volume 4, p. 131
  • (1979) Meaning and Prehistory of Old Irish Cú Glas
Volume 7, p. 237
  • (1985) Old Irish Boand
Volume 13, p. 477
Carey, John
  • (2010) Donn, Amairgen, Íth and the Prehistory of Irish Pseudohistory
Volume 38, p. 319
Carney, James
  • (2008) The Pangs of the Ulstermen: An Exchangist Perspective
Volume 36, p. 52
Carruba, Onofrio
  • (2000) Indo-European *sem/sm- in the Pronouns: 'singulative'
Volume 28, p. 341
Čašule, Ilija
  • (2003) Evidence for the Indo-European Laryngeals in Burushaski and Its Genetic Affiliation with Indo-European
Volume 31, p. 21
  • (2012) Correlation of the Burushaski Pronominal System with Indo-European and Phonological and Grammatical Evidence for a Genetic Relationship
Volume 40, p. 59
  • (2012) Response to Discussants
Volume 40, p. 164
Cebrián, Reyes Bertol'n
  • (2010) Some Greek Evidence for Indo-European Youth Contingents of Shape Shifters
Volume 38, p. 343
Cercignani, Fausto
  • (1984) The Enfants Terribles of Gothic 'Breaking': hiri, aiththau etc.
Volume 12, p. 315
Chernykh, E. N.
  • (1980) Metallurgical Provinces of the 5th-2nd Millennia in Eastern Europe in Relation to the Process of Indo-Europeanization
Volume 8, p. 317
Choudhary, P. K.
  • Causes and Effects of Super-stratum Language Influence, with Reference to Maithili
Volume 41, p. 378
Cohen, Gerard Leonard
  • (1979) Etymology of Greek Patass- (=Strike and Related Words)
Volume 7, p. 121
Colarusso, John
  • (1994) Proto-Northwest Caucasian (or How to Crack a Very Hard Nut)
Volume 22, p. 1
  • (1997) Proto-Pontic: Phyletic Links between Proto-Indo-European and Proto-Northwest Caucasian
Volume 25, p. 119
  • (2006) The Functions Revisited, a Nart God of War and Three Nart Heroes
Volume 34, p. 27
  • (2008) The Hunters (Indo-European Proto-myths: The Storm God, The Good King, The Mighty Hunter)
Volume 36, p. 442
Coleman, John E.
  • (2000) An Archaeological Scenario for the "Coming of the Greeks" ca. 3200 B.C.
Volume 28, p. 101
Collinge, N. E.
  • (1973) Pollux, Etymology and Human Error
Volume 1, p. 264
  • (1999) The Laws of Indo-European: The State of the Art (1998)
Volume 27, p. 355
Collins, Alfred
  • (1975) Reflections on Rig-Veda X.129: Stimulated by Walter Maurer's Paper
Volume 3, p. 271
Condax, Iovanna D. and Sansone, David
  • (1974) Methodological Assessment of Willian Diver's 'System of Relevance of the Homeric Verb'
Volume 2, p. 309
Connolly, Leo A.
  • (1983) Germanic r-Preterites
Volume 11, p. 325
Cook, Erwin
  • (1992) Ferrymen of Elysium and the Homeric Phaecians
Volume 20, p. 239
Costello, John R.
  • (1973) The Placement of Crimean Gothic by Means of Abridged Test Lists in Glottochronology
Volume 1, p. 479
  • (1982) The Absolute Construction in Indo-European: A Syntagmemic Reconstruction
Volume 10, p. 235
Cowgill, Warren
  • (1973) The Source of Latin staare, with Notes on Comparable Forms Elsewhere in Indo-European
Volume 1, p. 271
 
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D'Iakonov, I. M.
  • (1985) On the Original Home of the Speakers of Indo-European
Volume 13, p. 92
Dahl, Eystein
  • The Indo-European Subjunctive and its Origin as a Present
Volume 41, p. 392
Dahm, Murray K.
  • (2011) Roman Frontier Signalling and the Order of the fupark
Volume 39, p. 1
Daly, D. M.
  • (1973) Additional Evidence That PIE was 'Verb-Final'
Volume 1, p. 518
Danka, Ignacy Ryszard and Witczak, Krzysztof Tomasz
  • (1997) Indo-European *kwnHos and Its Meanings in the Neolithic and Post-Neolithic Times
Volume 25, p. 361
Barðdala, Jóhanna, Valgerður Bjarnadóttir, Serena Danesi, Tonya Kim Dewey, Thórhallur Eythórsson, Chiara Fedrianid & Thomas Smitherman
  • The Story of ‘Woe’
Volume 41, 321
Danov, Hristo M.
  • (1983) Some Characteristic Moments in Thraco-Greek Relations during the Pre-Roman Period
Volume 11, p. 231
Daryaee, Touraj
  • (2002) Sight, Semen, and the Brain: Ancient Persian Notions of Physiology in Old and Middle Iranian Texts
Volume 30, p. 103
Davis-Kimball, Jeannine
  • (1997) Sauro-Sarmatian Nomadic Women: New Gender Identities
Volume 25, p. 327
De Decker, Filip
  • (2012) Are Latin pons, pontifex and the Indo-European cognates evidence of an i stem?
Volume 40, p. 11
  • (2015) Another Attempt at a Chronology for Grassmann’s Law in Greek
Volume 43, p. 140
  • (2017) Ὅμηρον ἐξ Ὁμήρου σαφηνίζειν: An Analysis of Augment Use in Iliad 1
58
De La Puente, Inés García
  • (2006) The Liberation of Kiev sub anno 968
Volume 34, p. 201
de Simone, Carlo
  • (1976). Messapic Damatira/Damatura - Balkanic ('Illyrian')
Volume 4, p. 355
de Vaan, Michiel
  • (2009). The derivational history of Greek ἵππος and ἱππεύς
Volume 44, p. 198
  • (2016). The Early C. C. Uhlenbeck on Indo-European
Volume 44, p. 173
Della Volpe, Angela
  • (1988) Hillfort Nomenclature in Indo-European: The Case of Latin urbs
Volume 16, p. 195
  • (1990) From the Hearth to the Creation of Boundaries
Volume 18, p. 157
  • (1992) On Indo-European Ceremonial and Socio-Political Elements Underlying the Origin of Formal Boundaries
Volume 20, p. 71
Dergachev, V.
  • (2000) The Migration Theory of Marija Gimbutas
Volume 28, p. 257
Deshpande, Madhav M.
  • (1993) Aryans, Non-Aryans, and Braahmanas: Processes of Indigenization
Volume 21, p. 215
Barðdala, Jóhanna, Valgerður Bjarnadóttir, Serena Danesi, Tonya Kim Dewey, Thórhallur Eythórsson, Chiara Fedrianid & Thomas Smitherman
  • The Story of ‘Woe’
Volume 41, 321
Diebold, Richard
  • (2014). In Memoriam, Richard Diebold
Volume 42, p. 209
Dieterle, Richard L.
  • (1985) The Hidden Warrior: The Social Code of the Volundarkviða
Volume 13, p. 283
  • (1987) The Thirty Brothers
Volume 15, p. 169
Dinu, Marin
  • (1981) Clay Models of Wheels Discovered in Copper Age Cultures of Old Europe Mid-Fifth Millennium B. C.
Volume 9, p. 1
Doi, Toshio
  • (1986) Verbal Nouns in Longes Mac nUisnig
Volume 14, p. 247
Drews, Robert
  • (1997) PIE Speakers and PA Speakers
Volume 25, p. 327
  • (2005) The Laurion Mines and a Bronze Age Name for the Greek Mainland
Volume 33, p. 227
Driessen, C. Michiel
  • (2001) On the Etymology of Lat. urbs
Volume 29, p. 41
  • (2003) Evidence for *ghelh2-, a New Indo-European Root
Volume 31, p. 279
  • (2003) *h2é-h2us-o-, the Proto-Indo-European Term for 'gold'
Volume 31, p. 347
  • (2004) Towards an Indo-European Term for 'Felt'
Volume 32, p. 25
Drinka, Bridget
  • (1988) Evidence for the Space-Time Hypothesis: The IE s-Aorist
Volume 16, p. 253
Dubuisson, Daniel
  • (1978) The Apologues of Saint Columba and Solon or the 'Third Function' Denigrated
Volume 6, p. 231
Duchesne-Guillemin
  • (1973) On the Complaint of the Ox-Soul
Volume 1, p. 101
Ducœur, Guillaume
  • (2008). Passing through Flood Waters in Vedic Thought
Volume 36, p. 67
Duhoux, Yves
  • (1998) Pre-Hellenic Language(s) of Crete
Volume 26, p. 1
Dumézil, Georges
  • (1973) (H)Elernus
Volume 1, p. 304
Dunkel, George
  • (1979) Fighting Words: Aleman Partheneion mákhonai
Volume 7, p. 249
 
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Ellis, Linda
  • (1978) Reinterpretation of the West Slavic Cult Site in Arkona
Volume 6, p. 1
  • (1980) Analysis of Cucuteni-Tripolye and Kurgan Pottery and the Implications for Ceramic Technology
Volume 8, p. 211
Egeler, Matthias
  • (2009) Textual Perspectives on Prehistoric Contacts: Some Considerations on Female Death Demons, Heroic Ideologies and the Notion of Elite Travel in European Prehistory
Volume 37, p. 321
Epstein, Angelique Gulermovich
  • (1994) Miscarriages and Miraculous Births in Indo-European Tradition
Volume 22, p. 151
Erdal, Marcel
  • (1993) Around the Turkic 'Apple'
Volume 21, p. 27
Erol, Ayse F.
  • (2008) Analysing the Relationship between the Crescent Shaped Shield and the Amazons
Volume 36, p. 411
Eska, Charlene M.
  • (2012) Celtic and Germanic Light on Hittite Divorce Law
Volume 40, p. 300
Eska, Joseph F.
  • (2014) Comments on John T. Koch’s Tartessian-as-Celtic Enterprise
Volume 42, p. 428
Eska, Joseph F. (and Rex E. Wallace)
  • (2002) Thoughts on Vercelli eu
Volume 30, p. 129
Estell, Michael
  • (1999) Orpheus and Rbhu Revisited
Volume 27, p. 327
(Quintela, Marco V. García and) Manuel Santos Estévez
  • (2004) Proto-Indo-European, Pre-Indo-European, Old European Archaeological Evidence and Linguistic Investigation
Volume 32, p. 319
Everson, Michael
  • (1989) Tenacity in Religion, Myth, and Folklore: The Neolithic Goddess of Old Europe Preserved in a Non-Indo-European Setting
Volume 17, p. 277
Barðdala, Jóhanna, Valgerður Bjarnadóttir, Serena Danesi, Tonya Kim Dewey, Thórhallur Eythórsson, Chiara Fedrianid & Thomas Smitherman
  • The Story of ‘Woe’
Volume 41, 321
 
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Facchetti, Giulio M.
  • (2005) The Interpretation of Etruscan Texts and its Limits
Volume 33, p. 359
Fairbanks, Gordon H.
  • (1977) Case Inflections in Indo-European
Volume 5, p. 101
Fanaie, Mozhgan, Farrokh Hajiani, and Mohsen Mahmoudi
  • (2016) An Etymological Study of Some Words in the Baboli Dialect
Volume 44, p. 391
Barðdala, Jóhanna, Valgerður Bjarnadóttir, Serena Danesi, Tonya Kim Dewey, Thórhallur Eythórsson, Chiara Fedrianid & Thomas Smitherman
  • The Story of ‘Woe’
Volume 41, 321
Fenwick, Rhona S. H.
  • (2016) Descendants and Ancestry of a Proto-Indo-European Phytonym *meh2l-
Volume 44, p. 441
Ferguson, Ian
  • (1989) Malta: Builder of Temples, Builders of Dolmens
Volume 17, p. 215
Ferrer, Eduardo Blasco
  • (2010) Iberian ordumeles, Paleo-Sardinian Ortumele, Ortarani and Araunele. Cognitive Semantics and Substrata Research
Volume 38, p. 373
Fickett-Wilbar, David
  • (2012) Ritual Details of the Irish Horse Sacrifice in Betha Mholaise Daiminse
Volume 40, p. 315
Fisher, Jay
  • (2008) Asterisking Ennius: The Annales of Quintus Ennius and the Indo-European Tradition
Volume 36, p. 333
Fleming, Harold C.
  • (2000) Glottalization in Eastern Armenian
Volume 28, p. 155
Flowers, Stephen E.
  • (1983) Toward an Archaic Germanic Psychology
Volume 11, p. 117
Floyd, Edwin D.
  • (1975) Dissimilation of Nasals in Greek Pefasmai, etc.
Volume 3, p. 283
  • (1992) Bacchylides 18.31 and Indo-European Poetics
Volume 20, p. 305
Fol, Alexander
  • (1983) Interpraetatio Thracica
Volume 11, p. 217
Forni, Gianfranco
  • (2013) Evidence for Basque as an Indo-European Language
Volume 41, p. 39
  • (2013) Evidence for Basque as an Indo-European Language: A Reply to the Critics
Volume 41, p. 268
Fournet, Arnaud
  • (2010) About the Mitanni-Aryan Gods
Volume 38, p. 26
Francalacci, Paolo
  • (1995) DNA Analysis of Ancient Desiccated Corpses from Xinjiang
Volume 23, p. 385
Franklin, John Curtis
  • (2002) Harmony in Greek and Indo-Iranian Cosmology
Volume 30, p. 1
Frantikova, Dita
  • (2015) Hittite Participles – Adjectives or Verbs?
Volume 43, p. 178
Freeman, Philip M.
  • (1989) New Evidence for Pre-Greek Labiovelars
Volume 17, p. 171
  • (1998) Saturnian Verse and Early Latin Poetics
Volume 26, p. 61
Friedrich, Paul
  • (1973) Defilement and Honor in the Iliad
Volume 1, p. 119
  • (1973) Introduction to the First Meeting of the Indo-European Section of the Linguistic Society of America
Volume 1, p. 403
  • (1974) A Brief Comment of Condax-Sansone (ConSan)
Volume 2, p. 325
  • (1976) 'Ad Hock'
Volume 4, p. 207
Fries, Almut
  • (2016) Indo-European Night Raid Revisited
Volume 44, p. 289
 
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Gadre, Pramod B.
  • (1974) The Symbols: Triratna and Nandipada
Volume 2, p. 157
Gallay, Alain
  • (1981) The Western Alps from 2500 to 1500 B.C. (3400-2500 B.C.) Traditions and Cultural Changes
Volume 9, p. 33
Gamkrelidze, T. V. and V. V. Ivanov
  • (1985) The Ancient Near East and the Indo-European Question: Temporal and Territorial Characteristics of Proto-Indo-European Based on Linguistic and Historico-Cultural Data
Volume 13, p. 3
  • (1985) The Migrations of Tribes Speaking Indo-European Dialects from their Original Homeland in the Near East to their Historical Habitations in Eurasia
Volume 13, p. 49
  • (1985) The Problem of the Original Homeland of the Speakers of Indo-European Languages in Response to I. M. Diakonoff's Article
Volume 13, p. 175
Gamkrelidze, Thomas V.
  • (1987) The Indo-European Glottalic Theory: A New Paradigm in IE Comparative Linguistics
Volume 15, p. 47
  • (1989) Proto-Indo-Europeans in Anatolia
Volume 17, p. 341
Garbutt, Kathleen
  • (2006) An Indo-European Night Raid?
Volume 34, p. 183
Gening, V. F.
  • (1979) The Cemetery at Sintashta and the Early Indo-Iranian Peoples
Volume 7, p. 1
Gercenberg, Leonard G.
  • In Memoriam — Leonard G. Gercenberg
Volume 41, p. 493
Gerow, Edwin
  • (1973) 'Frost' in Rig-Veda
Volume 1, p. 224
Gheorghiu, Dragos
  • (1994) Horse Head Sceptres - First Images of Yoked Horses
Volume 22, p. 221
Giacomelli, Gabriella
  • (1973) A Problem in Praenestine Palaeography
Volume 1, p. 309
Giannakis, Georgios K.
  • (2009) (Historical) Linguistics and (Classical) Philology
Volume 37, p. 351
Gimbutas, Marija
  • (1973) Old Europe c. 7000-3500 B.C.: The Earliest European Civilization before the Infiltration of the Indo-European Peoples
Volume 1, p. 1
  • (1973) The Beginning of the Bronze Age in Europe and the Indo-Europeans: 3500-2500 B.C.
Volume 1, p. 163
  • (1973) 'Kurgan' Battle-axes: An Archaeological Note
Volume 1, p. 464
  • (1973) Perkunas/Perun - The Thunder God of the Balts and Slavs
Volume 1, p. 466
  • (1974) An Archaeologist's View of PIE in 1975
Volume 2, p. 289
  • (1977) The First Wave of Eurasian Steppe Pastoralists
Volume 5, p. 277
  • (1980) The Kurgan Wave #2 (c. 3400-3200 B.C.) into Europe and the Following Transformation of Culture
Volume 8, p. 273
  • (1985) Primary and Secondary Homeland of the Indo-Europeans: Comments on the Gamkrelidze-Ivanov Articles
Volume 13, p. 185
  • (1989) Introductory Remarks: The Transformation of European and Anatolian Culture 4500-2500 B.C.
Volume 17, p. 193
  • (1989) Social Structure of Old Europe
Volume 17, p. 197
  • (1990) Social Structure of Old Europe: Part 2-4
Volume 18, p. 225
Goedicke, Hans
  • (1973) Hippopotamus - An Egyptian Word
Volume 1, p. 316
Golab, Zbigniew
  • (1975) Veneti/Venedi - The Oldest Name of the Slavs
Volume 3, p. 321
  • (1985) Slavic komon' and kon' “equus”: An Attempt at Etymology against the Background of the History of Domestication
Volume 13, p. 415
  • (1995) Slavic chelovek' "homo" against the Background of Proto-Slavic Terminology
Volume 23, p. 179
Good, Irene
  • (1995) Notes on a Bronze Age Textile Fragment from Hami, Xinjiang with Comments on the Significance of Twill
Volume 23, p. 319
Gorrochategui, Joaquín and Joseba A. Lakarra
  • (2013) Why Basque Cannot be, Unfortunately, an Indo-European Language
Volume 41, p. 203
Gorton, Luke
  • (2017) Revisiting Indo-European ‘Wine’
Volume 45, p. 1
Greene, Jesse Laurence
  • (1978) Indo-European Social Tripartism in Book I of the Cædmonian Paraphrase
Volume 6, p. 263
  • (1982) Object-Verb and Verb-Object Sequences in Beowulf
Volume 10, p. 71
Greppin, John A.
  • (1973) Xvarenah as a Transfunctional Figure
Volume 1, p. 232
  • (1975) Hittite -z (a), Armenian -z-, and the Theory of Armeno-Hittite loan Words
Volume 3, p. 87
  • (1976) Skt. Garuda, Gk. géranos: The Battle of the Cranes
Volume 4, p. 233
  • (1977) A Note on Dacian *barðo- (>Rom. barza 'Stork': Arm. brdor 'Lammer geyer')
Volume 5, p. 203
  • (1978) On Greek Zeta
Volume 6, p. 141
  • (1982) Ar. tc - Gk. πτ-
Volume 10, p. 347
  • (1987) Armenian art 'field' and Arm. acem 'drive'
Volume 15, p. 393
  • (1988) The Various Aloës in Ancient Times
Volume 16, p. 33
  • (1989) Armenian and the Theory of Etymology
Volume 17, p. 165
  • (1997) A Note on Georgian USX- and Indo-Europeanisms in the Kartvelian Languages
Volume 25, p. 383
  • (1999) Gk. κοστος: A Fragrant Plant and its Eastern Origin
Volume 27, p. 395
  • (2008) More Material on the Urartian Substratum in Armenian
Volume 36, p. 79
  • (2010) Armenian t- 'not' and the Proto-Lezgian Dental Negative
Volume 38, p. 203
  • (2016) In Memoriam, John A. C. Greppin
Volume 44, p. 170
Griffith, R. Drew
  • (1999) Elysium Revisited
Volume 27, p. 79
Griffith, Toby D.
  • (2003) The Inscriptions on Jela 1 and 2
Volume 31, p. 87
  • (2004) Deciphering the Inscriptions on Jela 1 and 2
Volume 32, p. 11
Grottanelli, Cristiano
  • (1986) Yoked Horses, Twins, and the Powerful Lady: India, Greece, Ireland and Elsewhere
Volume 14, p. 125
Gurshtein, Alexander A.
  • (2005) Did the Pre-Indo-Europeans Influence the Formation of the Western Zodiac?
Volume 33, p. 103
 
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Haarmann, Harald
  • (1989). Writing from Old Europe to Ancient Crete - A Case of Cultural Continuity
Volume 17, p. 251
  • (1994). Contact Linguistics, Archaeology and Ethnogenetics: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Indo-European Homeland Problem
Volume 22, p. 265
  • (1998). On the Problem of Primary and Secondary Diffusion of Indo-Europeans and Their Languages
Volume 26, p. 391
(Rahimian, Jalal and) Farrokh Hajiani
  • (2009) Semantic-pragmatic functions of in Persian: a diachronic and synchronic study
Volume 37, p. 399
Halla-Aho, Jussi
  • (2005). Two Borrowings in Proto-Slavic, and a Minor Balto-Slavic Sound Change
Volume 33, p. 233
Hammer, Niels
  • (2015) Eurasian Cranes, Demoiselle Cranes, PIE *ger- and Onomatopoetics
Volume 43, p. 81
Hamp, Eric P.
  • (1973). Another Lesson from 'Frost'
Volume 1, p. 215
  • (1973). Religion and Law from Iguvium
Volume 1, p. 318
  • (1973). 'Fish'
Volume 1, p. 507
  • (1974). Reply by Eric P. Hamp
Volume 2, p. 95
  • (1974). 'Ivy' in Italic and Celtic
Volume 2, p. 187
  • (1981). Notes on the Old English Bee Charm
Volume 9, p. 338
  • (1982). 'Arm, Shoulder'
Volume 10, p. 187
  • (1982). Gothic inu, Greek áneu, OHG ânu 'Ohne'
Volume 10, p. 189
  • (1982). On Greek ζ: *y
Volume 10, p. 190
  • (1983). IE *meHenot- and the Perfect Participle
Volume 11, p. 379
  • (1984). Indo-European and Balto-Slavic 'Sheep'
Volume 12, p. 192
  • (1987). Indo-Hittite *men- 'see'
Volume 15, p. 391
  • (1987). IE *eui-kV [fem.]
Volume 15, p. 392
  • (1988). *sor- 'woman' and 'Indo-Hittite'
Volume 16, p. 121
  • (1988). On Indo-European Marriage in Old English
Volume 16, p. 183
  • (1994). Belated Comment on Pulleyblank's 'The Typology of Indo-European,' JIES 21:1-2
Volume 22, p. 435
  • (2002). IE 'spleen'
Volume 30, p. 145
  • (2012). Comments on Čašule’s “Correlation of the Burushaski Pronomial System with Indo-European”
Volume 40, p. 154
Hansen, Jellison Leigh
  • (1980). Death and the Indo-Europeans: Some Traditions
Volume 8, p. 31
Hansen, Ove
  • (1987). On the Recently Published Inscribed Gold Ring from the Argolid
Volume 15, p. 390
Harbison, Peter
  • (1975). The Coming of the Indo-Europeans to Ireland: An Archaeological Viewpoint
Volume 3, p. 101
Harkness, John
  • (2011) The Novilara Stele Revisited
Volume 39, p. 13
Häusler, Alexander
  • (1977). Comment on 'The Chronology of the Early Kurgan Tradition'
Volume 5, p. 369
Herity, Michael
  • (1981). Irish Decorated Neolithic Pottery and Its Context
Volume 9, p. 69
  • (1991). The Phases of the Irish Neolithic
Volume 19, p. 29
Hewson, John
  • (1984). Resonant and High Vowel in Proto-Indo-European
Volume 12, p. 375
Hicks, Harry H. and Robert N. Anderson
  • (1990). Analysis of an Indo-European Vedic Aryan Head - 4500-2500 B.C.
Volume 18, p. 425
Hicks, Ronald
  • (2009). Cosmography in Tochmarc Étaíne
Volume 37, p. 115
Hicks, Ronald and Laura Ward Elder
  • (2003). Festivals, Deaths, and the Sacred Landscape of Ancient Ireland
Volume 31, p. 307
Hilmarsson, Jorundur
  • (1982). Indo-European 'Tongue'
Volume 10, p. 355
Hirunuma, Toshio
  • (1986). The Dialects of Ancient Northern Italy
Volume 14, p. 205
Hoenigswald, Henry M.
  • (1973). Indo-European *p in Celtic and the Claims for a Relative Chronology
Volume 1, p. 324
  • (1977). Diminutives and Tatpurusas: The Indo-European Trend toward Endocentricity
Volume 5, p. 9
Holland, Gary B.
  • (1996). Relativization and Word Order in Old Irish and Vedic Sanskrit
Volume 24, p. 323
Hollifield, Patrick
  • (1978). Indo-European Etymologies
Volume 6, p. 173
Holm, Hans J.
  • (2011) "Swadesh lists" of Albanian Revisited and Consequences for Its Position in the Indo-European Languages
Volume 39, p. 45
Holton, Frederick S.
  • (1993). Literary Tradition and the Old English Bee Charm
Volume 21, p. 37
Hopkinson, Beatrice
  • (1975). Archaeological Evidence of Saltmoulding at Important European Saltsites and Its Relationship to the Distribution of Urnfielders
Volume 3, p. 1
Hopper, Paul J.
  • (1977). The Typology of the Proto-Indo-European Segmental Inventory
Volume 5, p. 41
Horowitz, Michael G.
  • (1996). The Scientific Dialectic of Ancient Greece and the Cultural Tradition of Indo-European Speakers
Volume 24, p. 409
  • (2003). Iceland's Pjódveldi (930-1264) and the Traditional Innovation of IE Speakers
Volume 31, p. 41
Houben, Jeffrey L.
  • (1977). Word-Order Change and Subordination in Homeric Greek
Volume 5, p. 1
Hraste, Daniel Necas and Kresimir Vukovic
  • (2011) Rudra-Shiva and Silvanus-Faunus: Savage and Propitious
Volume 39, p. 100
Hristova, Daniela S.
  • (2004). Absolute Contructions in Slavic: Case Diversity and Originality
Volume 32, p. 297
Huld, Martin
  • (1990) The Linguistic Typology of the Old European Substrate in North Central Europe
Volume 18, p. 389
  • (1995) Grassman’s Law in Messapic
Volume 23, p. 147
  • (1997) The Loins of Antimachus
Volume 25, p. 409
  • (2002) Some Thoughts on Amazons
Volume 30, p. 93
  • (2002) Linguistic Science, Truth, and the Indocentric Hypothesis
Volume 30, p. 353
  • (2005) Albanian akull and Indo-European ‘water’
Volume 33, p. 53
  • (2007) Albanian gogël and Indo-European ‘acorns’
Volume 35, p. 121
  • (2009) Proto-Indo-Europeans and the Squirrel, Sciurus vulgaris
Volume 37, p. 130
  • (2011) Was there an Indo-European word for ‘pear’?
Volume 39, p. 380
  • (2012) Comments on Čašule’s “Correlation of the Burushaski Pronomial System with Indo-European”
Volume 40, p. 162
  • (2012) An Old (but Reconstructible) Chestnut
Volume 40, p. 344
  • (2014) Armenian agṙaw and an Indo-European Word for ‘Crow, Raven’
Volume 42, p. 294
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Igartua, Iván
  • (2014) The Indo-European Adjectival Class with the Suffix *-lo- and its Development in Slavic
Volume 42, p. 302
Isaac, G. R.
  • (1993) Numbers in Early Welsh Poetry
Volume 21, p. 359
Izui, Hisanosuke
  • (1986) Indo-European Perfect and the Hittite Verbal System
Volume 14, p. 195
 
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Jackson, Peter
  • (1996) The Codes of Inheritance: Some Remarks on an Indo-European Palimpsest
Volume 24, p. 305
Jasanoff, Jay H.
  • (1983) A Rule of Final Syllables
Volume 11, p. 139
  • (1983) Reply to Schmalstieg and Korlandt
Volume 11, p. 187
  • (1986) Reply to Orr
Volume 14, p. 183
Jeffers, Robert J.
  • (1973). Problems in the Reconstruction of Proto-Italic
Volume 1, p. 330
Jendza, Craig
  • Theseus the Ionian in Bacchylides 17 and Indo-Iranian Apām Napāt
Volume 41, p. 431
Jezhich, Mislav
  • (1988) The Transfer of Divine Attributes in the Rksamhita
Volume 16, p. 127
Jia, Peter Wei Ming and Alison V. G. Betts
  • (2010). A Re-analysis of the Qiemu'erqieke (Shamirshak) Cemeteries, Xinjiang, China
Volume 38, p. 275
Jones, Alex I.
  • (1992) Language and Archaeology: Evaluating Competing Explanations of the Origins of the Indo-European Languages
Volume 20, p. 31
Jones-Bley, Karlene
  • (1990) So That Fame Might Live Forever - The Indo-European Burial Tradition
Volume 18, p. 215
  • (1991) The Earliest IE Burial Tradition in Pre-Celtic Ireland
Volume 19, p. 1
Jordan-Cólera, Carlos
  • (1997) The Etymology of Insula, Aestus and Aestuarium
Volume 25, p. 353
Jovanich, Borislav
  • (1976) The Scordisci and the Dacians during the First Century B.C.
Volume 4, p. 81
  • (1983) Some Elements of the Steppe Culture in Yugoslavia
Volume 11, p. 31
  • (1993) Silver in the Yamma (Pit-Grave) Culture in the Balkans
Volume 21, p. 207
Juric, Dorian
  • (2010) A Call for Functional Differentiation of the South Slavic Vila
Volume 38, p. 172
Justus, Carol F.
  • (1978) Syntactic Changes: Evidence for Restructuring among Coexistent Varients
Volume 6, p. 107
  • (1983) Indo-Europeanization of Myth and Syntax in Anatolian Hittite: Dating of Texts as an Index
Volume 11, p. 59
  • (1996) Numeracy and the Upper German Decades
Volume 24, p. 45
  • (1999) Book Notices
Volume 27, p. 525
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Kaczyńska, Elwira
  • (2016) Two Indo-European Verbal Roots *leĝ- and *sleĝ- in the Light of Old and New Lexical Data
Volume 44, p. 147
Kaiser, M. and V. Shevoroshkin
  • (1985) On Indo-European Laryngeals and Vowels
Volume 13, p. 377
  • (1986) Inheritance v. Borrowing in IE, Kartvelian, and Semitic
Volume 14, p. 365
Kalicz, Nandor
  • (1980) The Balaton-Lasinja Culture Groups in Western Hungary, Austria, and Northwestern Yugoslavia Concerning Their Distribution and Origin
Volume 8, p. 245
Kalicz-Schreiber, Rozsa
  • (1990) Symbolic Representations on Early Bronze Age Vessels
Volume 18, p. 59
Kallio, Petri
  • (2015) Nugae Indo-Uralicae
Volume 43, p. 368
Karalinuunas, Simas
  • (1993) Reflexes of IE *h2rtk'o- 'bear' in Baltic
Volume 21, p. 367
Kassian, Alexei
  • (2013) On Forni’s Basque–Indo-European Hypothesis
Volume 41, p. 181
Kassian, Alexei, Mikhail Zhivlov, and George Starostin
  • (2015) Proto-Indo-European-Uralic Comparison from the Probabilistic Point of View
Volume 43, p. 301
  • (2015) Lexicostatistics, Probability, and Other Matters
Volume 43, p. 376
Katona, A. L.
  • (2000) Proto-Greeks and the Kurgan Theory
Volume 28, p. 65
Katz, Joshua T.
  • (2006) The "'Urbi et Orbi'-Rule" Revisited
Volume 34, p. 319
Kazama, Kiyozo
  • (1986) A Phase of the History of India
Volume 14, p. 289
Kazanas, N. D.
  • (2001) Indo-European Deities and the Rgveda
Volume 29, p. 257
  • (2002) Indigenous Indo-Aryans and the Rigveda
Volume 30, p. 275
  • (2003) Final Reply
Volume 31, p. 187
  • (2010) Rgveda 7.95.2 and Karen Thomson
Volume 38, p. 409
Kazansky, Nikolai N.
  • (1995) Indo-European Onomastics as an Historical Source
Volume 23, p. 157
Kazzazi, Kerstin
  • (2004) Of Brides and Goddesses. Determining the Semantic Differences Between Terms for a Young Woman in the RGveda
Volume 32, p. 43
Kellens, Jean
  • (1977) Vibration and Twinkling
Volume 5, p. 197
Kessler, Brett
  • (2015) Response to Kassian et al., “Proto-Indo-European-Uralic comparison from the probabilistic point of view.”
Volume 43, p. 357
Klein, Jared S.
  • (1977) The Indo-Iranian Prehistory of the Sanskrit asáu/amún Pronoun
Volume 5, p. 161
  • (1992) On the Independence of Gothic Syntax, I: Interrogativity, Complex Sentence Types, Tense, Mood, and Diathesis
Volume 20, p. 339
Klesment, Piret, Ago Künnap, Sven-Erik Soosaar, and Rein Taagepera
  • (2003) Common Phonetic and Grammatical Features of the Uralic Languages and Other Languages in Northern Eurasia
Volume 31, p. 363
Klimov, G. A.
  • (1991) Some Thoughts on Indo-European-Kartevelian Relations
Volume 19, p. 325
Kloekhorst, Alwin
  • (2005) Hittite hapusa(ss)- (formerly known as hapus- 'penis')
Volume 33, p. 27
  • (2008) Some Indo-Uralic Aspects of Hittite
Volume 36, p. 88
Knobloch, Johann
  • (1988) 'Female Speech' in Greek, Armenian, and Albanian
Volume 16, p. 123
  • (1996) Lat. conspiraare und seine Bedeutung in verschiedenen sozialen Sondersprachen
Volume 24, p. 107
  • (2011) In Memoriam — Johann Knobloch
Volume 39, p. 278
Koch, John T.
  • (2013) Is Basque an Indo-European Language?
Volume 41, p. 255
  • (2014) On the Debate over the Classification of the Language of the South-Western (SW) Inscriptions, also known as Tartessian
Volume 42, p. 335
  • (2014) A Decipherment Interrupted: Proceeding from Valério, Eska, and Prósper
Volume 42, p. 487
Koerner, E. F. K.
  • (1976) 1876 as a Turning Point in the History of Linguistics
Volume 4, p. 333
Kortlandt, Frederick
  • (1983) On Final Syllables in Slavic
Volume 11, p. 167
  • (1983) Proto-Indo-European Verbal Syntax
Volume 11, p. 307
  • (1986) Proto-Indo-European Tones?
Volume 14, p. 153
  • (1986) Comments on R. Orr's View
Volume 14, p. 184
  • (1990) The Spread of the Indo-Europeans
Volume 18, p. 131
  • (1994) From Proto-Indo-European to Slavic
Volume 22, p. 91
  • (2015) Sigmatic and Asigmatic Long Vowel Preterit Forms
Volume 43, p. 236
Kosko, Alexander
  • (1990) The Migration of Steppe and Forest-steppe Communities into Central Europe
Volume 18, p. 309
  • (1991) The Vistula-Oder Basins and the North Pontic Region
Volume 19, p. 235
Kossian, Aram V.
  • (1997) On Anatolian-Urartian Linguistic Contacts
Volume 25, p. 27
Kraig, Bruce
  • (1978) Symbolism in Burial Orientations Among Early Indo-Europeans
Volume 6, p. 149
  • (1981) Stonehenge and Indo-European Symbolism
Volume 9, p. 57
Krasukhin, Konstantin G.
  • (2000) The Indo-European Root *dheugh-: Its Morphology, Meaning, Etymology (in Comparison with Similar Forms)
Volume 28, p. 37
Kristinsson, Axel
  • (2012) Indo-European Expansion Cycles
Volume 40, p. 365
Kroonen, G. J.
  • (2010) Proto-Germanic *krepja- and Proto-Slavic *krepb 'strong'
Volume 38, p. 402
  • (2012) On the etymology of Greek ἂγλις and γέλγις ‘garlic’: an Akkadian loanword in Pre-Greek
Volume 40, p. 289
  • (2016) On the Origin of Greek μῆλον, Latin mālum, Albanian mollë and Hittite šam(a)lu- ‘apple’
Volume 44, p. 85
Kryukova, Victoria
  • (2007) Gates of the Zoroastrian Paradise
Volume 35, p. 345
Kulikov, Leonid
  • (2009) Vedic piśá- and Atharvaveda-Śaunakiya 19.49.4 = Atharvaveda-Paippalāda 14.8.4: A note on the Indo-Iranian bestiary
Volume 37, p. 141
Kumar, G. D.
  • (1973) The Ethnic Components of the Builders of the Indus Valley Civilization and the Advent of the Aryans
Volume 1, p. 66
Kurke, Leslie
  • (1989) Pouring Prayers: A Formula of IE Sacral Poetry
Volume 17, p. 113
Künnap, Ago, Piret Klesment, Sven-Erik Soosaar, and Rein Taagepera
  • (2003) Common Phonetic and Grammatical Features of the Uralic Languages and Other Languages in Northern Eurasia
Volume 31, p. 363
Kuzmina, E. E.
  • (2001) The First Migration Wave of Indo-Iranians to the South
Volume 29, p. 1
  • (2002) Comments on Kazanas' "Indigenous Indo-Aryans and the Rigveda"
Volume 30, p. 365
  • (2014) In Memoriam, Elena Efimovna Kuz’mina
Volume 42, p. 203
Kuznetsov, P.
  • (2005) An Indo-Iranian Symbol of Power in the Earliest Steppe Kurgans
Volume 33, p. 325
 
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Lacy, Alan F.
  • (1979). Gothic weis, airkns and the Germanic Notion of 'Holy'
Volume 7, p. 287
Lajoye, Patrice
  • (2016). Note on an Old Iranian Myth Present in the Russian Hagiographic Folklore of St. Fedor Tirin and the Myth of Kərəsāspa
Volume 44, p. 120
Lajoye, Patrice and Guillaume Oudaer
  • (2014). *Percos/*Ercos: An Unknown Celtic Theonym
Volume 42, p. 40
Lea, Anne E.
  • (1997). Lleu Wyllt: An Early British Prototype of the Legend of the Wild Man?
Volume 25, p. 35
Leavitt, John
  • (2006) Dumézil without the Functions: Some Roads Less Travelled
Volume 34, p. 55
Lederman, Eibuszyc Suzanna
  • (1980) Zlota Culture; a Study of a Social System Through Analysis of Mortuary Data
Volume 8, p. 107
Lee, Thomas E.
  • (1974) Norsemen in Ungava, Québec, Canada
Volume 2, p. 187
Lehmann, Winfred P.
  • (1977) Indo-European and Theoretical Linguistics
Volume 5, p. 15
  • (1993) Comment on the Typology of Indo-European by Edwin G. Pulleyblank
Volume 21, p. 119
  • (1999) The Structural Approach of Jacob Grimm and His Contemporaries
Volume 27, p. 1
Lehmann, W. P. and Ratanajoti Hundirapola
  • (1975) Typological Syntactical Characteristics of the Shatapathabraahmana
Volume 3, p. 147
Lehrman, Alexandr Anatoljevich
  • In Memoriam — Alexandr Anatoljevich Lehrman
Volume 41, p. 311
Lejeune, Michel
  • (1973) The Venetic Vocabulary of Relations between Persons
Volume 1, p. 345
Levitt, Stephan Hillyer
  • (1998) Is There a Genetic Relationship between Indo-European and Dravidian?
Volume 26, p. 131
  • (2000) Some More Possible Relationships Between Indo-European and Dravidian
Volume 28, p. 407
Lincoln, Bruce
  • (1975) Indo-Iranian *Gautra
Volume 3, p. 161
  • (1975) The Myth of the 'Bovine's Lament'
Volume 3, p. 337
  • (1977) Death and Resurrection in Indo-European Thought
Volume 5, p. 247
  • (1979) The Hellhound
Volume 7, p. 273
  • (1980) The Ferryman of the Dead
Volume 8, p. 41
Linke, Uli
  • (1985) Blood as a Metaphor in Proto-Indo-European
Volume 13, p. 333
Littleton, C. Scott
  • (1973). Indo-European Studies: An Anthropological Symposium
Volume 1, p. 117
  • (1973). Poseidon as a Reflex of the Indo-European 'Source of Waters' God
Volume 1, p. 423
  • (2006) Cultural Hybridization and the Indo-European Expansion: The Tripartite/Quadripartite Ideology as a Manifestation of Mestizaje
Volume 34, p. 79
  • (2011) In Memoriam — C. Scott Littleton
Volume 39, p. 230
Litzén, Magnus
  • (1999) VIRGILIANVM ALPHABETH: A Linear B Reminecens in the Learned Tradition
Volume 27, p. 427
Louden, Bruce
  • (1996) Epeios, Odysseus, and the Indo-European Metaphor for Poet
Volume 24, p. 277
  • (1999) Bacchylides 17: Theseus and Indo-Iranian Apâm Napât
Volume 27, p. 57
Loughlin, Eleanor
  • (2002) The Bovine Mother: Bronze Age Images of the Cow from Crete and the Eastern Mediterranean
Volume 30, p. 41
Lubotsky, Alexander
  • (2008) Old Phrygian bevdos 'statue, image', Greek βευδος 'woman's dress'
Volume 36, p. 96
Luck, Georg
  • (1973) Parergon Metricum
Volume 1, p. 352
Luraghi, Silvia
  • (1987) Reconstructing Proto-Indo-European as an Ergative Language: A Test
Volume 15, p. 359
Lüth, Dietrich
  • (1974) Further Evidence of Early Norse Settlements in the Americas
Volume 2, p. 47
Lutzky, Harriet
  • (1993) On a Concept Underlying Indo-European Terms for the Sacred
Volume 21, p. 283
Lyle, Emily
  • (2006) The Importance of the Prehistory of Indo-European Structures for Indo-European Studies
Volume 34, p. 335
  • (2008) The Marriage and Recovery of the Young Goddess: Story and Structure
Volume 36, p. 356
Lynn, C. J.
  • (2006) Suggested Archaeological and Architectural Examples of Tripartite Structures
Volume 34, p. 111
Lynn, Chris and Dean Miller
  • (1999) Three Carved Stone Vases from the Minoan Villa at Aghia Triada, Crete: a Trifunctional Set?
Volume 27, p. 335
 
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Machnik, Jan
  • (1990) The Kurgan Culture and Its Substratum in the Carpathian Zone
Volume 18, p. 1
Magrath, William T.
  • (1975) The Athenian King and Indo-European Trifunctionality
Volume 3, p. 173
Maher, J. Peter
  • (1973) The Linguistic Paleontology of Some Pre-Christian Burial Terms in Slavic Lexicon
Volume 1, p. 105
  • (1973) Haek'mon: '(Stone)axe' and 'Sky' in IE/Battle-Axe Culture
Volume 1, p. 441
  • (1974) The Etymology of Common Slavic *Slovene 'Slavs'
Volume 2, p. 143
  • (1978) A Linguistic-Botanical Problem: The Oak and the Fir
Volume 6, p. 225
  • (1981) Bed and Grave in German and Celtic: More Evidence for the Kurgan Origin of the Indo-Europeans
Volume 9, p. 341
Mair, Victor H.
  • (1995) Prehistoric Caucasoid Corpses of the Tarim Basin
Volume 23, p. 281
  • (1998) Comments on Stefan Zimmer, 'Modern Necromancy, or How to Make Mummies Speak'
Volume 26, p. 181
  • (2006) The Rediscovery and Complete Excavation of Ördek's Necropolis
Volume 34, p. 273
Malzahn, Melanie
  • (2011) Back Into the Fields and Into the Woods: Old Irish íath 'land, field' and fíad 'wild; deer; uncultivated land' revisited
Volume 39, p. 116
Makkay, J.
  • (1992) A Neolithic Model of Indo-European Prehistory
Volume 20, p. 193
Malinowski, Tadeusz
  • (1974) The Question of a Northern Proto-Illyrian Borderland
Volume 2, p. 213
Mallory, J. P.
  • (1973) A Short History of the Indo-European Problem
Volume 1, p. 21
  • (1976) The Chronology of Early Kurgan Tradition
Volume 4, p. 257
  • (1977) The Chronology of Early Kurgan Tradition (Part Two)
Volume 5, p. 339
  • (1981) The Ritual Treatment of the Horse in the Early Kurgan Tradition
Volume 9, p. 205
  • (1982) Indo-European and Kurgan Fauna I: Wild Mammals
Volume 10, p. 193
  • (1983) Proto-Indo-European and Kurgan Fauna II: Fish
Volume 11, p. 263
  • (1990) Social Structure in the Pontic-Caspian Eneolithic: A Preliminary Review
Volume 18, p. 15
  • (1991) Kurgan and Indo-European Fauna III: Birds
Volume 19, p. 223
  • (1995) Speculations on the Xinjiang Mummies
Volume 23, p. 371
  • (2002) Indigenous Indo-Aryans: the Preservation and Total Distribution Principles
Volume 30, p. 375
  • (2006) In Memoriam Andrew Sherratt
Volume 34, p. 1
  • (2013) Editor’s Note: The Indo-European-Basque Debate
Volume 41, p. 35
  • (2014) Editor’s Note: The Indo-European-Tartessian Debate
Volume 42, p. 332
Manaster Ramer, Alexis
  • (1995) On 'Some Thoughts on Indo-European-Kartvelian Relations'
Volume 23, p. 195
  • (1996) Armenian -k' < PIE *-(e)s
Volume 24, p. 361
  • (1997) Nostratic from a Typological Point of View
Volume 25, p. 79
Manczak, Witold
  • (1987) On the Ausgliederung of Germanic Languages
Volume 15, p. 1
Manzura, I. E. Savva and L. Bogataya
  • (1993) Problem of Ergativity in Indo-European
Volume 21, p. 303
Maringer, Johannes
  • (1975) Grave and Water in Prehistoric Europe
Volume 3, p. 121
  • (1976) Fire in Prehistoric Indo-European Europe
Volume 4, p. 161
  • (1981) The Horse in Art and Ideology of Indo-European Peoples
Volume 9, p. 177
Markey, T. L.
  • (1979) Delabialization in Germanic
Volume 7, p. 65
  • (1981) Indo-European Theophoric Personal Names and Social Structure
Volume 9, p. 227
  • (1983) English dog/ Germanic hound
Volume 11, p. 373
  • (1984) The Grammaticalization and Institutionalization of Indo-European Hand
Volume 12, p. 261
  • (1987) The Semiotics of Enumeration: Indo-European
Volume 15, p. 93
  • (1988) Eurasian 'apple' as Arboreal Unit and Item of Culture
Volume 16, p. 49
  • (2000) 'Of good mochel, and ryght yong therto' Geoffrey Chaucer, The Book of the Duchesse (li. 454)
Volume 28, p. 31
  • (2001) A Tale of Two Helmets: The Negau A and B Inscriptions
Volume 29, p. 69
Markey, T. L. and Bernard Mees
  • (2014) Early Nordic alu and *al- ‘to nourish’
Volume 42, p. 1
Matasovich, Ranko
  • (1994) Proto-Indo-European *b and the Glottalic Theory
Volume 22, p. 133
  • (2013) ‘To hide’ and ‘to cover’ in Proto-Indo-European
Volume 41, p. 21
Matsumoto, Katsumi
  • (1993) Problem of Ergativity in Indo-European
Volume 21, p. 303
Maurer, Walter H.
  • (1975) A Re-Examination of Rig-Veda X.129, The Naasadiiya Hymn
Volume 3, p. 217
Mawet, Francine
  • (1982) 'Light' in Ancient Iranian
Volume 10, p. 283
May, Brigitte Z.
  • (1987) The Language of the Old High German Zaubersprücher and Segen: The Intensive do
Volume 15, p. 385
Mayrhofer, Manfred
  • (2012) In Memoriam — Manfred Mayrhofer
Volume 40, p. 173
McDermott, William C.
  • (1973) Tacitus Hist. 2. 48. 2
Volume 1, p. 354
Meadow, Richard H.
  • (2002) A Note on the Horse in Pre- and Proto-historic South Asia: A Comment on Kazanas
Volume 30, p. 389
Mees, Bernard
  • (2007) Chamalières sníeθθic and 'binding' in Celtic
Volume 35, p. 9
Markey, T. L. and Bernard Mees
  • (2014) Early Nordic alu and *al- ‘to nourish’
Volume 42, p. 1
Meid, Wolfgang
  • (1989) The Indo-Europeanization of Old European Concepts
Volume 17, p. 297
  • (2013) In Memoriam — Alexandr Anatoljevich Lehrman
Volume 41, p. 311
Melchert, H. Craig
  • (1981) 'God-Drinking': A Syntactic Transformation in Hittite
Volume 9, p. 345
  • (1993) Historical Phonology of Anatolian
Volume 21, p. 237
  • (2013) In Memoriam — Alexandr Anatoljevich Lehrman
Volume 41, p. 311
Mellaart, James
  • (1981) Anatolian and the Indo-Europeans
Volume 9, p. 135
Menk, Roland
  • (1980) The Physical Anthropology of the Corded Ware Complex on the Background of the Expansion of the Kurgan Cultures
Volume 8, p. 361
Merpert, N. Ja.
  • (1977) Comments on 'The Chronology of the Early Kurgan Tradition'
Volume 5, p. 373
  • (2012) In Memoriam — Nikolay Yakovlevich Merpert
Volume 40, p. 202
Meulder, Marcel A. J.
  • (2000) Antenor and Vibhishana
Volume 28, p. 399
Miehle, Helen Louise
  • (1974) Relative Constructions in the Rig-Veda, Book Five
Volume 2, p. 407
Mihailov, Georgi
  • (1983) Some Problems of Thracian Mythology and Religion
Volume 11, p. 241
Milizia, Paolo
  • (2004) Proto-Indo-European Nasal Infixation Rule
Volume 32, p. 337
Millar, Angel
  • (2006) The Old English Rune Poem - Semantics, Structure, and Symmetry
Volume 34, p. 419
Miller, D. A.
  • (1991) Two Warriors and Two Swords: The Legacy of Starkað>
Volume 19, p. 307
Miller, D. Gary
  • (1974) Infinitive Complementation in Latin and Greek
Volume 2, p. 223
  • (1977) Some Theoretical and Typological Implications of an IE Root Structure Constraint
Volume 5, p. 31
Miller, Dean A.
  • (1994) Defining and Expanding the Indo-European Vater-Sohn-Kampf Theme
Volume 22, p. 307
  • (1998) On the Mythology of Indo-European Heroic Hair
Volume 26, p. 41
  • (2000) Other Kinds of Hero: The Coward Knight and Intelligence Embattled
Volume 28, p. 221
  • (2001) Trifunctionalia Redivivia: A Note on Some Greek Possibilities
Volume 29, p. 173
  • (2002) Kingship: Pre-IE Patterns and IE Innovations in the Mediterranean Area
Volume 30, p. 79
  • (2006) Where Do We Stand?
Volume 34, p. 3
  • (2007) The Deep History of Stories: University of Edinburgh 2007
Volume 35, p. 231
  • (2007) Legends of Hair: Tracing the Tonsorial Story of Indo-European King and Hero
Volume 35, p. 311
Miller, Roy Andrew
  • (1979) Japanese, Altaic, and Indo-European
Volume 7, p. 307
Miranda, Rocky V.
  • (1975) Indo-European Gender: A Study in Semantic and Syntactic Change
Volume 3, p. 199
Mizuno, Tomaki
  • (1989) Beowulf as a Terrible Stranger
Volume 17, p. 1
Mizutani, Hiroshi
  • (1986) Welsh Lenition and the Function of Pre-Verbal Particles
Volume 14, p. 259
Monette, Connell
  • (2004) Indo-European Elements in Celtic and Indo-Iranian Epic Tradition: The Trial of Champions in the Táin Bó Cúailnge and the Shahnameh
Volume 32, p. 61
  • (2008) Heroes and Hells in Beowulf, the Shahnameh, and the Táin Bó Cúailnge
Volume 36, p. 99
Moonwomon, Birch
  • (1994) Color Categorization in Early Greek
Volume 22, p. 37
Mumm, Peter-Arnold
  • (2009) Comment on "A still undeciphered text"
Volume 37, p. 49
Murata, Ikuo
  • (1986) The O-Stem Nom.-Acc. Sg. Form and the Fate of Neuter Nouns in East Baltic
Volume 14, p. 273
Musès, Charles
  • (1979) Celtic Origins and the Arthurian Cycle: Geographic-Linguistic Evidence
Volume 7, p. 31
 
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Naafs-Wilstra, Marianne C.
  • (1987) Indo-European 'Dichtersprache' in Sappho and Alcaeus
Volume 15, p. 273
Neale, Harry
  • (2007) Iblís and the Threefold Death Motif in a Medieval Persian Hagiography
Volume 35, p. 275
Necrasov, Olga
  • (1980) Physical Anthropological Characteristics of Skeletons from Kurgan Graves in Romania
Volume 8, p. 337
Ní Chatháin, Próinéas
  • (1991) Traces of the Cult of the Horse in Early Irish Sources
Volume 19, p. 123
Nielsen, Katherine
  • (2002) "Hver tídendi eru at segja frá um ragnarøkr?": The Debate over Christian Influences in Norse Indo-European Tradition
Volume 30, p. 61
Niepokuj, Mary
  • (1997) Requests for a Hearing in Norse and Other Indo-European Languages
Volume 25, p. 49
Nikolaev, Alexander
  • (2009) The Germanic word for 'sword' and delocatival derivation in Proto-Indo-European
Volume 37, p. 462
Nikolova, Lolita
  • (2000) The Balkan Proto-Indo-Europeans in the Fourth and Third Millennia BC
Volume 28, p. 197
Norouzalibeik, Vahid and Earl R. Anderson
  • (2008). Father-Son Combat: An Indo-European Typescene and its Variations
Volume 36, p. 269
Nussbaum, Alan J.
  • (1973) Benuso, Couortuso, and the Archetype of Tab. Ig. I
Volume 1, p. 356
 
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O'Brien, Stephen
  • (1976) Indo-European Eschatology: A Model
Volume 4, p. 295
  • (1980) Social Organization in Western Indo-European
Volume 8, p. 123
  • (1982) Dioscuric Elements in Celtic and Germanic Mythology
Volume 10, p. 117
O'Sullivan, Muiris
  • (1991) Passage Tomb Art of Western Europe
Volume 19, p. 15
Ogibenin, B. L.
  • (1974) Baltic Evidence and the Indo-Iranian Prayer
Volume 2, p. 23
Oguibénine, Boris
  • (1981) IE *lew(H) in Middle Indo-Aryan and Its Baltic Cognates
Volume 9, p. 303
  • (1984) Cosmic Tree in Vedic and Tamil Mythology: Constrastive Analysis
Volume 12, p. 367
  • (2008) New Type Word Indexes for Use in Sanskrit Philology
Volume 36, p. 148
Ohkuma, Keishiro
  • (1986) Kingship in Ancient Ireland
Volume 14, p. 231
Olmstead, Garrett
  • (1988) Ordinal Numerals in the Gaulish Coligny Calendar
Volume 16, p. 267
  • (1989) The Meter of the Gaulish Inscription from Larzac
Volume 17, p. 155
  • (1991) Gaulish, Celtiberian and Indo-European Verse
Volume 19, p. 259
Olsen, Birgit Anette
  • (2016) Latin vespillō ‘Undertaker’ – Calvert Watkins in Memoriam
Volume 44, p. 92
Opie, James
  • (1995) Xinjiang Remains and the 'Tocharian Problem'
Volume 23, p. 431
Orr, Robert
  • (1986) Some Developments in Final Syllables in Slavic - A New Synthesis (A Comment on Jasanoff, Schmalstieg, and Kortlandt)
Volume 14, p. 173
Oshiro, Terumasa
  • (1988) The Relative Conjunctions in Hieroglyphic Luwain
Volume 16, p. 9
  • (1989) On Hieroglyphic Luwain Sign sú or zù
Volume 17, p. 181
Østmo, Einar
  • (1997) Horses, Indo-Europeans and the Importance of Ships
Volume 25, p. 285
Lajoye, Patrice and Guillaume Oudaer
  • (2014). *Percos/*Ercos: An Unknown Celtic Theonym
Volume 42, p. 40
Owens, Gareth
  • (1999) The Structure of the Minoan Language
Volume 27, p. 15
  • (2000) Pre-Hellenic Language(s) of Crete: Debate and Discussion
Volume 28, p. 237
 
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Pagliarulo, Giuseppe
  • (2006) On the Alleged Functions of Word-order in Wulfilian Gothic
Volume 34, p. 437
  • (2011) Notes on the Function of Gothic -U
Volume 39, p. 395
  • (2016) Tonic ƕas and non-tonic ƕas(-uh) in Gothic
Volume 44, p. 111
Paliga, Sorin
  • (1989) Proto-Indo-European, Pre-Indo-European, Old European Archaeological Evidence and Linguistic Investigation
Volume 17, p. 309
Palmer, Robert E. A.
  • (1973) A Roman Street Named 'Good'
Volume 1, p. 370
Parga, Salvador Costa
  • (1974) Discussion Concerning Eric Hamp's Article on 'Frost' in Vol. 1, Number 2
Volume 2, p. 94
Parpola, Asko
  • (2002) Comments on "Indigenous Indo-Aryans and the Rigveda"
Volume 30, p. 395
  • (2009) Interpreting the Rigveda: Comments on Karen Thomson's approach
Volume 37, p. 55
Pâvulescu, Adrian
  • (1988) The Name of the 'Great Bear'
Volume 16, p. 95
Pearson, Roger
  • (1973) Some Aspects of Social Mobility in Early Historic Indo-European Societies
Volume 1, p. 155
  • (2000) In Memoriam, Edgar Polomé
Volume 28, p. 1
Pearson, Roger and Miriam Robbins Dexter
  • (1994) Marija Gimbutas, In Memoriam
Volume 22, p. i
Peterson, R.
  • (1974) The Greek Face
Volume 2, p. 385
Petrosyan, Armen
  • (2007) The Indo-European *H2ner(t)-s and the Dánu Tribe
Volume 35, p. 297
  • (2009) Forefather Hayk in the Light of Comparative Mythology
Volume 37, p. 155
  • (2011) Armenian Traditional Black Youths: the Earliest Sources
Volume 39, p. 342
  • (2012) First Capitals of Armenia and Georgia: Armawir and Armazi (Problems of Early Ethnic Associations)
Volume 40, p. 265
  • (2016) Indo-European *wel- in Armenian Mythology
Volume 44, p. 129
  • (2017) Armeno-Indian Epic Parallels
Volume 45, p. 172
Peyrot, Michaël
  • (2010) Proto-Tocharian Syntax and the Status of Tocharian A
Volume 38, p. 132
Philps, Dennis
  • (2005) From PIE *(s)kel- 'to cut' to Germanic and Baltic *(s)kel- 'to owe': An hypothesis based on the concept of 'notional chronology'
Volume 33, p. 1
Pierce, Marc
  • (2000) Constraints on Syllable Structure in Early Germanic
Volume 28, p. 17
  • (2007) Vowel Epenthesis vs. Schwa Lexicalization in Classical Armenian
Volume 35, p. 111
Pleslova-Stikova, Emilie
  • (1980) Square Enclosures of Old Europe, 5th and 4th Millennia B.C.
Volume 8, p. 61
Poetto, Massimo
  • (1974) Hittite sarap- and Connected Questions
Volume 2, p. 435
Polomé, Edgar C.
  • (1974) Notes on the Germano-Baltic Lexical Correspondences
Volume 2, p. 101
  • (1983) The Problem of Etymological Dictionaries: The Case of German
Volume 11, p. 45
  • (1983) Celto-Germanic Isoglosses (Revisited)
Volume 11, p. 281
  • (1985) Recent Russian Papers on the Indo-European Problem and the Ethnogenesis and Original Homeland of the Slavs
Volume 13, p. 1
  • (1986) A Note on Thraco-Phrygian Numbers
Volume 14, p. 185
  • (1986) Papers by Japanese Indo-Europeanists: An Introductory Note
Volume 14, p. 193
  • (1987) Introductory Note to the Papers of the Tokyo 1982 Workshop on Indo-European Linguistics
Volume 15, p. 39
  • (1987) Tradition and Development in Indo-European Studies
Volume 15, p. 225
  • (1988) Sir William Jones and the Position of Germanic
Volume 16, p. 209
  • (1989) Draupadi and Her Dumézilian Interpretation
Volume 17, p. 99
  • (1990) The Indo-Europeanization of Northern Europe: The Linguistic Evidence
Volume 18, p. 331
  • (1994) Isoglosses and the Reconstruction of the IE Dialectal Split
Volume 22, p. 289
  • (1996) Beer, Runes and Magic
Volume 24, p. 99
  • (1998) Germanic Etymological Dictionary
Volume 26, p. 191
  • (1998) Re-Reading Dumézil's 'Mythes et Dieux Des Germains' (1939)
Volume 26, p. 475
  • (1999) About Dumézil: Apropos of a special number of the Zeitschrift für Religionswissenschaft
Volume 27, p. 248
  • (2000) Publications of Edgar C. Polomé
Volume 28, p. 457
Poruciuc, Adrian
  • (2008) Two Romanian terms (tureci and cioareci) based on Old Germanic designations of leg-coverings
Volume 36, p. 163
  • (2011) Two Old Germanisms of East Romance (Romanian ateia 'to dress up' and brândusa 'crocus') confirmed by West Romance cognates
Volume 39, p. 355
  • (2014) The Fortune of the Old Germanic Loan fara in Romanian and in Other European Languages
Volume 42, p. 175
  • (2016) Mutual Clarifications – Analyzing Romanian găman in Connection with Gothic gaman and English yeoman
Volume 44, p. 466
Poultney, James W.
  • (1979) The Language of the Northern Picene Inscriptions
Volume 7, p. 49
Prescott, Christopher and Eva Walderhaug
  • (1995) The Last Frontier? Processes of Indo-Europeanization in Northern Europe: The Norwegian Case
Volume 23, p. 257
Priestly, Tom M. S.
  • (1983) On 'Drift' in Indo-European Gender Systems
Volume 11, p. 339
Pronk, Tijmen
  • (2011) The "Saussure effect" in Indo-European Languages Other Than Greek
Volume 39, p. 176
  • (2013) Several Indo-European Words for ‘Dense’ and Their Etymologies
Volume 41, p. 1
Prósper, Blanca María
  • (2012) Indo-European divinities that protected livestock and the persistence of cross-linguistic semantic paradigms: Dea Oipaingia
Volume 40, p. 46
  • (2013) Is Basque an Indo-European language? Possibilities and limits of the comparative method when applied to isolates
Volume 41, p. 238
  • (2014) Some Observations on the Classification of Tartessian as a Celtic Language
Volume 42, p. 468
  • (2015) Celtic and Non-Celtic Divinities from Ancient Hispania: Power, Daylight, Fertility, Water Spirits and What They Can Tell Us about Indo-European Morphology
Volume 43, p. 1
Puhvel, Jaan
  • (1973) Nature and Means of Comparison in Proto-Indo-European
Volume 1, p. 145
  • (1973) Aquam exstinguere
Volume 1, p. 379
  • (1989) Hittite Regal Titles: Hattic or Indo-European
Volume 17, p. 351
  • (1994) Anatolian: Autochthon or Interloper
Volume 22, p. 251
  • (1998) Computing in Latin and Hittite
Volume 26, p. 161
Pulju, Tim
  • (1997) Indo-European *dA > *dh
Volume 25, p. 387
Pulleyblank, Edwin G.
  • (1993) The Typology of Indo-European
Volume 21, p. 63
  • (1993) Reply to the Comments of Professors Lehmann and Schmidt
Volume 21, p. 135
  • (1995) Why Tocharians?
Volume 23, p. 415
Putelis, Aldis
  • (2006) Tripartion of the Pantheon: A Latvian Perspective
Volume 34, p. 143
 
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Quintela, Marco V. García and Manuel Santos Estévez
  • (2004) Proto-Indo-European, Pre-Indo-European, Old European Archaeological Evidence and Linguistic Investigation
Volume 32, p. 319
 
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Râdulescu, Mircea-Mihai
  • (1975) The Indo-European Cognates of Daco-Romanian Strúgure 'Grape; Bunch'
Volume 3, p. 385
  • (1984) Illyrian, Thracian, Daco-Mysian, and the Substratum of Romanian and Albanian
Volume 12, p. 77
  • (1987) The Indo-European Position of Illyrian, Daco-Mysian and Thracian: A Historico-Methodological Approach
Volume 15, p. 239
  • (1994) The Indo-European Position of Messapic
Volume 22, p. 329
  • (1996) Fairies, Flowers and Magic Daco-Romanian zîna and Its Indo-European Cognates
Volume 24, p. 333
Raftery, Barry
  • (1991) Horse and Cart in Iron Age Ireland
Volume 19, p. 49
Rahimian, Jalal and Farrokh Hajiani
  • (2009) Semantic-pragmatic functions of in Persian: a diachronic and synchronic study
Volume 37, p. 399
Ramat, Paolo
  • (1976) Linguistic Reconstruction and Typology
Volume 4, p. 189
Rauch, Irmengard
  • (1981) What is Cause?
Volume 9, p. 319
  • (1982) Uses of the Germanic Past Perfect in Epic Backgrounding
Volume 10, p. 301
Razmjoo, Seyyed Ayatollah, Farrokh Hajiani, and Jalal Rahimian
  • (2010) On the Derivational History of Iranian *mairya and *mariyaka
Volume 38, p. 359
Renfrew, Colin
  • (1999) Time Depth, Convergence Theory, and Innovation in Proto-Indo-European: 'Old Europe' as a PIE Linguistic Area
Volume 27, p. 257
Replogle, Alexander Bruce
  • (1980) Social Dimensions of British and German Bell-Beaker Burials: An Exploratory Study
Volume 8, p. 165
Rezepkin, A. D.
  • (1992) Paintings from a Tomb of the Majkop Culture
Volume 20, p. 59
Ridley, Richard R.
  • (1976) Wolf and Werewolf in Baltic and Slavic Tradition
Volume 4, p. 321
Rifkin, Matthew J.
  • (2007) A Spatial Analysis of Neolithic Cultures throughout Eastern, Central, and Northern Europe in Relation to Proto-Germanic
Volume 35, p. 53
Rimantiené, Rimuté
  • (1980) The East Baltic Area in the Fourth and the Third Millennia B.C.
Volume 8, p. 407
Rimantiené, Rimuté and Gintautas Chesnys
  • (1990) The Late Globular Amphora Culture and Its Creators in the East Baltic Area from Archaeological and Anthropological Points of View
Volume 18, p. 339
Ringe, Donald
  • (1995). Tocharians in Xinjiang: The Linguistic Evidence
Volume 23, p. 415
  • (2015). Response to Kassian et al., “Proto-Indo-European-Uralic comparison from the probabilistic point of view.”
Volume 43, p. 348
Robbins, Miriam
  • (1980) The Assimilation of Pre-Indo-European Goddesses into Indo-European Society
Volume 8, p. 19
Robbins Dexter, Miriam
  • (1990) The Hippomorphic Goddess and Her Offspring
Volume 18, p. 285
Rodriguez, Martín Sevilla
  • (1989) Indo-European *(s)kwalo/i-s 'sheet-fish'
Volume 17, p. 177
  • (1995) Pán = Puusá Reexamined
Volume 23, p. 209
Rose, Sarah R.
  • (2002) Two Versions of the Sanskrit Urvasi Myth: From dangerous to docile
Volume 30, p. 243
Rosén, H. B.
  • (1987) Some More Noteworthy Features of 'Primitive' Indo-European Syntax
Volume 15, p. 61
Rosén, Hannah
  • (1994) Lat. Saceena, Heb. Shakkin and the Mediterranean Substrate
Volume 22, p. 165
Rowlett, Ralph M.
  • (1984) Archaeological Evidence for Early Indo-European Chieftains
Volume 12, p. 193
  • (1991) Western 'Old European' Response to Early IE Chiefdoms
Volume 19, p. 93
Rumsey, Alan
  • (1987) Was Proto-Indo-European an Ergative Language?
Volume 15, p. 19
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Sadovszky, Otto J.
  • (1973) The Reconstruction of IE *pisko and the Extension of Its Semantic Sphere
Volume 1, p. 81
Salmons, Joseph C.
  • (1985) Methods of Prehistorical Dialect Grouping: The Role of Lexical Data in the Germanic Ausgliederung
Volume 13, p. 445
  • (1987) Another Word on Lexical Data and Genetic Relationship (Reply to Manczak)
Volume 15, p. 381
  • (1992) Diachronic Typology and Tone-to-Stress Shift
Volume 20, p. 269
Sarianidi, V.
  • (1999) Near Eastern Aryans in Central Asia
Volume 27, p. 295
  • (2014) In Memoriam, Victor Ivanovich Sarianidi
Volume 42, p. 525
Sayers, William
  • (1988) An Irish Perspective on Ibn Fadlan's Description of Rus Funeral Ceremonial
Volume 16, p. 173
  • (1988)Cerrce, An Archaic Epithet of the Dagda, Cernunnos and Connall Cernach
Volume 16, p. 341
  • (1989) Portraits of the Ruler: Óláfr Pái Hoskuldsson and Cormac Mac Airt
Volume 17, p. 77
  • (2003) Danish Maids and Anchor-Rings in a Skaldic Stanza from the Saga of Haraldr hardrádi
Volume 31, 421
  • (2005) Róimid Rígóinmit, Royal Fool: Onomastics and Cultural Valence
Volume 33, 41
  • (2006) "Rollant ferit en une perre bise": Of Stones, Bread, and Birches
Volume 34, p. 363
  • (2007) Grendel's Mother (Beowulf) and the Celtic Sovereignty Goddess
Volume 35, p. 31
  • (2008) The Etymologies of Englishdog andcur
Volume 36, p. 401
  • (2015) Birds and Brains of Forgetfulness: Old Norse óminnis hegri, Old Irish inchinn dermait
Volume 43, p. 393
  • (2016) The Runic Inscription on the Straum Whetstone: Cosmic Order, Proto-Skaldic Poetics, and Efficacy
Volume 44, p. 484
Scharfe, Harmut
  • (1978) Oxen with Men's Feet
Volume 6, p. 211
Schlerath, Bernfried
  • (1987) On the Reality of Status of a Reconstructed Language
Volume 15, p. 41
Schmalstieg, William R.
  • (1983) SlavicKamy andMati: A Structural View
Volume 11, p. 151
  • (1986) The Ergative Function of the PIE Genitive: Remarks on Kortlandt's Proto-Indo-European Verbal Syntax
Volume 14, p. 161
  • (1986) SlavicAuslautgesetze Revisited
Volume 14, p. 379
  • (1997) Origin of the Neuter Nominative-Accusative Singular in *-OM
Volume 25, p. 401
  • (2000) Lithuanian and Indo-European Parallels
Volume 28, p. 385
Schmid, Wolfgang P.
  • (2011) In Memoriam — Wolfgang P. Schmid
Volume 39, p. 255
Schmidt, Karl Horst
  • (1992) Celtic Movements in the First Millennium B.C.
Volume 20, p. 145
  • (1993) Comments on Edwin G. Pulleyblank: The Typology of Indo-European
Volume 21, p. 123
  • (2017) In Memoriam, Klaus T. Schmidt
Volume 35, p. 187
Schmitt, Rüdiger
  • (1974) Proto-Indo-European Culture and Archaeology: Some Critical Remarks
Volume 2, p. 279
Schmitt-Brandt, Ropbert
  • (1987) Aspektkategorien im PIE?
Volume 15, p. 81
Schrijver, Peter
  • (1998) The British Word for 'Fox' and Its Indo-European Origin
Volume 26, p. 421
Blažek, Václav and Michal Schwarz
  • (2015) Prehistory of Tocharian yástaci 'Juniper' in the Perspective of Historical Phonetics
Volume 43, p. 423
Schwidetzky, Ilse
  • (1980) The Influence of the Steppe People Based on the Physical Anthropological Data in Special Consideration to the Corded-Battle Axe Culture
Volume 8, p. 345
Schwink, Frederick W.
  • (1989) A Reexamination of the Mycenaean Medio-Passive Finite Ending
Volume 17, p. 127
Sen, Subhadra Kumar
  • (1994) Proto-Indo-European: A Multiangular View
Volume 22, p. 67
  • (1997) Unrequited Love: East and West
Volume 25, p. 417
  • (1999) Word Ordering in the Astadhyayi
Volume 27, p. 101
Sergent, Bernard
  • (1984) Three Notes on the Trifunctional Indo-European Marriage
Volume 12, p. 179
  • (1999) Report on the 2nd Colloquium of Anthropology and Comparative Religion of the Indo-European World
Volume 27, p. 431
Seweryn, Dariusz
  • How Not to Kill a Dragon. The Slavic Contexts of *ghen-
Volume 41, 458
Shapiro, Michael
  • (1982) Neglected Evidence of Dioscurism (Divine Twinning) in the Old Slavic Pantheon
Volume 10, p. 137
Shaw, John
  • (2006) Indo-European Dragon-Slayers and Healers, and the Irish Account of Dian Cécht and Méiche
Volume 34, p. 153
  • (2007) A Gaelic Eschatological Folktale, Celtic Cosmology and Dumézil's "Three Realms"
Volume 35, p. 249
Shepel, E. A.
  • (1996) Populations in the Northern Donets Basin from the 3rd to 2nd Millennia B.C.
Volume 24, p. 1
  • (2004) Artificial Head Deformation in the Catacomb Culture of the Northern Donets
Volume 32, p. 101
Shevoroshkin, V.
  • (1979) On the Hittite-Luwian Numerals
Volume 7, p. 177
Shields, Kenneth Jr.
  • (1978) Some Remarks Concerning Early Indo-European Nominal Inflection
Volume 6, p. 107
  • (1978) A Note on IE *toot
Volume 6, p. 133
  • (1979) More on Early Indo-European Nominal Inflection: The Origin of the-r-/-n Stems
Volume 7, p. 213
  • (1982) The Indo-European Origins of the Old Directive Case
Volume 10, p. 273
  • (1983) The Hittite First Person Singular Imperative Suffix-lu
Volume 11, p. 365
  • (1987) Indo-European O-Stems
Volume 15, p. 341
  • (1988) Tense, Linguistic Universals, and the Reconstruction of Indo-European
Volume 16, p. 241
  • (1993) The Origin of the Armenian Locative Plural
Volume 21, p. 55
  • (1994) Comments about IE *oi- '1'
Volume 22, p. 177
  • (1997) On the Pronominal Origin of the Indo-European Athematic Verbal Suffixes
Volume 25, p. 105
  • (1998) On the Indo-European Reflexive
Volume 26, p. 121
  • (1999) On the Indo-European "Bare Stem" Acc. Personal Pronoun
Volume 27, p. 409
  • (2001) Nostratic Theory and "New Image" Morphology: A Study in the Compatibility of Reconstructions
Volume 29, p. 367
Shnirelman, Victor A.
  • (1992) The Emergence of a Food-Producing Economy in the Steppe and Forest-Steppe Zones of Eastern Europe
Volume 20, p. 123
Sick, David H.
  • (1996) Cattle-Theft and the Birth of Mithras: Another Look at Cumont's Vedic Parallel
Volume 24, p. 257
Sihler, Andrew L.
  • (1973) Proto-Indo-European *smH- 'Pair'
Volume 1, p. 111
  • (1977) The Etymology of PIE *reeg'- 'King' etc.
Volume 5, p. 221
Simpson, John
  • (1975) Comparative Structural Analysis of Three Ethical Questions in Beowulf, The Nibelungenlied, and the Chanson de Roland
Volume 3, p. 239
Simpson, John Mack
  • (1979)Sapienta Et Fortitudo: The Drama of Athalsteinn
Volume 7, p. 113
Singer, Itamar
  • (1981) Hittites and Hattians in Anatolia at the Beginning of the Second Millennium B.C.
Volume 9, p. 119
Skomal, Nacev Susan
  • (1980) The Social Organization of the Tiszapolgar Group at Basatanya-Carpathian Basin Copper Age
Volume 8, p. 75
Slocum, Jonathan
  • (2005) Early Indo-European Online (EIEOL): Ancient language lessons in web page form
Volume 33, p. 314
Smith, R. Morton
  • (1978) The Indian Sennachy
Volume 6, p. 77
  • (1979) Unhumorous Puns in Ancient India
Volume 7, p. 105
  • (1984) What's in a Name (in Ancient India)?
Volume 12, p. 293
Barðdala, Jóhanna, Valgerður Bjarnadóttir, Serena Danesi, Tonya Kim Dewey, Thórhallur Eythórsson, Chiara Fedrianid &Thomas Smitherman
  • The Story of ‘Woe’
Volume 41, 321
Sochacki, Zdzislaw
  • (1980) Some Remarks on the Social Structure and Economic System of the Baden Culture
Volume 8, p. 93
  • (1985) The Relationship between the Baden Culture and the South-East European Cultures
Volume 13, p. 257
  • (1987) Some Questions Concerning the Appearance of Rectangular Vessels in the European Neolithic and Aenoelithic
Volume 15, p. 227
  • (1988) The Ezero Culture and the Invasions of the Steppe People
Volume 16, p. 185
Sokolova, Lyudmila A.
  • (2012) The Southern Migration of the Sayan Archaeological Complex
Volume 40, p. 434
Sowa, Wojciech
  • (2011) A Note on Lesbian ἴµβηρις
Volume 39, p. 33
Spamer, James B.
  • (1978) The Old English Bee Charm: An Explication
Volume 6, p. 279
Kassian, Alexei, Mikhail Zhivlov, and George Starostin
  • (2015) Proto-Indo-European-Uralic Comparison from the Probabilistic Point of View
Volume 43, p. 301
  • (2015) Lexicostatistics, Probability, and Other Matters
Volume 43, p. 376
Steiner, Gerd
  • (1981) The Role of Hittites in Ancient Anatolia
Volume 9, p. 150
  • (1990) The Immigration of the First Indo-Europeans into Anatolia Reconsidered
Volume 18, p. 185
Sterckx, Claude
  • (1981) The Three Irish Martyrdoms
Volume 9, p. 329
Stevens, Christopher M.
  • (1992) The Use and Abuse of Typology in Comparative Linguistics: An Update on the Controversy
Volume 20, p. 45
Strunk, Klaus
  • (1994) Relative Chronology and Indo-European Verb-System: The Case of Present- and Aorist-Stems
Volume 22, p. 417
Strutynski, Udo
  • (1975) Germanic Divinities in Weekday Names
Volume 3, p. 363
  • (1977) Philippson Contra Dumézil: An Answer to the Attack
Volume 5, p. 209
Suzuki, Seiichi
  • (1991) The Germanic Verschärfung: A Syllabic Perspective
Volume 19, p. 163
  • (1994) Accounting for Attic Reduplication: A Synthesis
Volume 22, p. 399
Szathmary, Laszlo
  • (1980) Autochthonous and Immigrated Components in the Carpathian Basin Copper Age
Volume 8, p. 231
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Takács, Gábor
  • (1997) Note on the Origin of PIE *pes 'Penis'
Volume 25, p. 371
Tatár, Maria Magdolna
  • (2007) The Myth of Macha in Eastern Europe
Volume 35, p. 323
Teitler, Hans C.
  • (1979) Ausonius and His Mother's Brother
Volume 7, p. 133
Telegin, D. Ya.
  • (1990) Iranian Hydronyms and Archaeological Cultures in the Eastern Ukraine
Volume 18, p. 109
  • (2005) The Yamna Culture and the Indo-European Homeland Problem
Volume 33, p. 339
  • (2011) In Memoriam — Dmytro (Dmitry) Ya. Telegin
Volume 39, p. 232
Testen, David
  • (1993) Gender Marking in Greek Compound Adjectives
Volume 21, p. 347
Thomas, Homer L.
  • (1992) The Indo-European Problem: Complexities of the Archaeological Evidence
Volume 20, p. 1
Thomson, Karen
  • (2001) The Meaning and Language of the Rigveda: Rigvedic gravan as a test case
Volume 29, p. 295
  • (2009) A Still Undeciphered Text: How the scientific approach to the Rigveda would open up Indo-European Studies
Volume 37, p. 1
  • (2009) A Still Undeciphered Text, continued: the reply to my critics
Volume 37, p. 59
  • (2010) The Plight of the Rigveda in the Twenty-First Century. Response to N. A. Kazanas
Volume 38, p. 422
Tremblay, Xavier
  • In Memoriam — Xavier Tremblay
Volume 41, p. 480
Trubachev, O. N.
  • (1985) Linguistics and Ethnogenesis of the Slavs: The Ancient Slavs As Evidenced by Etymology and Onomastics
Volume 13, p. 203
Tuite, Kevin
  • (1998) Achilles and the Caucasus
Volume 26, p. 289
 
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Uhlenbeck, C. C.
  • (2016) Where was the Indo-European proto-language spoken?
Volume 44, p. 181
  • (2016) The prehistory of the Indo-European peoples
Volume 44, p. 186
Untermann, Jürgen
  • (1973). The Osco-Umbrian Preverbs
Volume 1, p. 387
Ureland, P. S.
  • (1979) Prehistoric Bilingualism and Pidginization As Forces of Linguistic Change
Volume 7, p. 77
 
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de Vaan, Michiel
  • (2009). The derivational history of Greek ἵππος and ἱππεύς
Volume 37, p. 198
Valério, Miguel
  • (2009). Palaic fulāsinanza: One Anatolian Suffix, Two Possible Explanations
Volume 37, p. 421
  • (2014) The Interpretative Limits of the Southwestern Script
Volume 42, p. 439
van Beek, Lucien
  • (2011) The "Saussure effect" in Greek: a reinterpretation of the evidence
Volume 39, p. 129
Vanséveren, Sylvie
  • (1999) The Meaning of Hittite sakuriya- in the Annals of Hattusilis I
Volume 27, p. 419
  • (2008) A "New" Ancient Indo-European Language? On Assumed Linguistic Contacts between Sumerian and Indo-European "Euphratic"
Volume 36, p. 371
Vassilkov, Yaroslav
  • (2011) Indian "hero-stones" and the Earliest Anthropomorphic Stelae of the Bronze Age
Volume 39, p. 194
Vaux, Bert
  • (1992) Gemination and Syllabic Integrity in Sanskrit
Volume 20, p. 283
Vavroušek, Petr
  • (2015) In Memoriam, Petr Vavroušek
Volume 43, p. 432
Velkov, Velizar
  • (1983) Ancient Settlements in Thrace
Volume 11, p. 194
Venedikov, Ivan
  • (1983) Thracian Art
Volume 11, p. 249
Venneman, Theo
  • (1998) Etymology and Phonotactics: Latin grandis vs. Basque handi 'big' and Similar Problems
Volume 26, p. 345
Vernet, Mariona
  • (2016) Revisiting the hi-Conjugation in Lycian
Volume 44, p. 325
Vidale, Massimo
  • (2017) Protohistory of the vara. Exploring the Proto-Indo-Iranian Background of an Early Mytheme of the Iranian Plateau
Volume 45, p. 27
Viechnicki, Peter
  • (1994) 'Ameíbo: An Interdisciplinary Etymology
Volume 22, p. 113
Villar, F.
  • (1988) On the 2nd Person Singular Pronoun in Hittite and in Indo-European
Volume 16, p. 1
Vine, Brent
  • (2005) Remarks on Rix's Law in Greek
Volume 33, p. 247
Viti, Carlotta
  • (2015) Reconstructing Proto-Indo-European Accent Paradigms
Volume 43, p. 100
  • (2016) The Areal Distribution of Argument Marking of Indo-European Experience Predicates
Volume 44, p. 1
Vukovic, Kresimir and Daniel Necas Hraste
  • (2011) Rudra-Shiva and Silvanus-Faunus: Savage and Propitious
Volume 39, p. 100
Vulpe, Alexandru
  • (1974) The Cultural Unity of the North-Thracian Tribes in the Balkano-Carpathian-Hallstatt
Volume 2, p. 1
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Wallace, Rex E. (and Joseph F. Eska)
  • (2002) Thoughts on Vercelli eu
Volume 30, p. 129
Waltz, Heidi
  • (1991) Proto-Germanic Plain C-Stems: A Case Study
Volume 19, p. 343
Ward, Donald
  • (1973) On the Poets and Poetry of the Indo-Europeans
Volume 1, p. 127
Watkins, Calvert
  • (1973). Latin suppus
Volume 1, p. 394
  • In Memoriam — Calvert Watkins
Volume 41, p. 506
Wenk, Xu
  • (1995). The Discovery of the Xinjiang Mummies and Studies of the Origin of the Tocharians
Volume 23, p. 357
Wescott, Roger W.
  • (1988). Derogatory Use of the Marginal Phoneme /b/ in Proto-Indo-European
Volume 16, p. 365
West, Emily Blanchard
  • (2009). Married Hero/Single Princess: Homer's Nausicaa and
    the Indic Citrāṅgadā
Volume 37, p. 214
  • (2010). A Quartet of Graeco-Aryan Demi-goddesses:
    Leukothea, Eidothea, Ulūpī and Vargā
Volume 38, p. 147
  • (2014). Circe, Calypso, Hiḍimbā: The Odyssey and Graeco-Aryan Proto-Epic
Volume 42, p. 144
  • (2016). Nausicaa and Iphthime: The Dark Side of the Girl at the Spring
Volume 44, p. 494
West, Martin
  • (2004) The Death of Baldr
Volume 32, p. 1
Wilbur, H. Terence
  • (1980) The Earliest Stages of the Successful Resistance to Indo-Europeanization of the Western Pyrenees
Volume 8, p. 3
Wilson, Joseph P.
  • (1983) A Note on the Entitlement of Otho
Volume 11, p. 191
  • (1987) The Entitlement of Vespasian
Volume 15, p. 221
Windekens, A. J. Van
  • (1979) Once Again on Greek Initial Zeta
Volume 7, p. 129
Windfuhr, Gernot L.
  • (1984) The Word in Zoroastrianism
Volume 12, p. 133
Winn, M. M. Shan
  • (1974) Thoughts on the Question of IE Movements in Anatolia
Volume 2, p. 117
  • (1981) Burial Evidence and the Kurgan Culture in Eastern Anatolia c. 3000 B.C.: An Interpretation
Volume 9, p. 113
Winter, Werner
  • (1977) Internal Structure and External Relationship of Two Verbal Paradigms: Tocharian B weñ-, A weñ- 'SAY'
Volume 5, p. 133
  • (1982) Indo-European Words for 'Tongue' and 'Fish': A Reappraisal
Volume 10, p. 167
  • (1987) Tocharian B ñakte, A ñkät 'god': Two Nouns, Their Derivatives, Their Etymology
Volume 15, p. 297
  • (2011) In Memoriam — Werner Winter
Volume 39, p. 235
Wojtilla, Gy.
  • (1986) Notes on Indo-Aryan Terms for 'Ploughing' and 'Plough'
Volume 14, p. 27
Woodhouse, Robert
  • (1996) The Origin and Relative Chronology of Winter's Law
Volume 24, p. 27
  • (1998) Bonfante's Illyrian Horse
Volume 26, p. 467
  • (1998) Grassman's Law before Consonant Shift in Messapic and 'Pelasgian'
Volume 26, p. 469
Woudhuizen, Fred C.
  • (1991) Etruscan and Luwian
Volume 19, p. 133
  • (1993) Old Phrygian: Some Texts and Relations
Volume 21, p. 1
  • (1995) The Late Hittite Empire in the Light of Recently Discovered Luwian Hieroglyphic Texts
Volume 23, p. 53
  • (2010). Towards a Chronological Framework for Significant Dialectal Tendencies in Indo-European
Volume 38, p. 41
  • (2012). Stamp Seal from Beycesultan
Volume 40, p. 1
 
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Xirotiris, I. Nikolaos
  • (1980) The Indo-Europeans in Greece: Anthropological Approach to the Population of Bronze Age Greece
Volume 8, p. 201
 
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Yakar, Jak
  • (1981) The Indo-Europeans and Their Impact on Anatolian Cultural Development
Volume 9, p. 94
Yakubovich, Ilya
  • (2013) In Memoriam — Alexandr Anatoljevich Lehrman
Volume 41, p. 311
Yamazaki, Yoko
  • (2009). The Saussure Effect in Lithuanian
Volume 37, p. 430
York, Michael
  • (1988) Romulus and Remus, Mars and Quirinus
Volume 16, p. 153
  • (1993) The Mithraic Tauroctony as a Derivative of an Indo-European Soma/ Haoma Sacramental Cult
Volume 21, p. 193
  • (1995) Divine Twins in the Celtic Pantheon
Volume 23, p. 83
Yoshida, Kazuhiko
  • (1982) Towards Word Order and Word Order Change in the Older Germanic Languages
Volume 10, p. 315
  • (1991) Reconstruction of Anatolian Verbal Endings: The Third Person Plural Preterites
Volume 19, p. 359
Yoshioka, Jiro
  • (1986) The Influence of the Latin Version of the Bible on the Gothic Version in the Case of Prepositions
Volume 14, p. 219
 
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Zanotti, David G.
  • (1975) Another Aspect of the Indo-European Question: A Response to P. Bosch Gimpera
Volume 3, p. 255
  • (1981) The Effect of Kurgan Wave Two on the Eastern Mediterranean (3200-3000 B.C.)
Volume 9, p. 275
  • (1982) The Evidence for Kurgan Wave One As Reflected by the Distribution of 'Old Europe' Gold Pendants
Volume 10, p. 223
  • (1986) The Evidence of Kurgan Wave Three (3000-2800 B.C.) in the Western Mediterranean. Part One: Malta
Volume 14, p. 1
Zanotti, David G. and Barbara A. Rhine
  • (1974) The Catacomb Variant of South Russia and Its Extensions within the Mediterranean
Volume 2, p. 333
Kassian, Alexei, Mikhail Zhivlov, and George Starostin
  • (2015) Proto-Indo-European-Uralic Comparison from the Probabilistic Point of View
Volume 43, p. 301
  • (2015) Lexicostatistics, Probability, and Other Matters
Volume 43, p. 376
Zimmer, Stefan
  • (1988) On Dating Proto-Indo-European: A Call for Honesty
Volume 16, p. 371
  • (1990) On Indo-Europeanization
Volume 18, p. 141
  • (1998) Modern Necromancy, or How to Make Mummies Speak
Volume 26, p. 163
  • (1999) Comments on a Great Book
Volume 27, p. 105
  • (2001) Indo-Celtic Connections: Ethic, Magic, and Linguistic
Volume 29, p. 379
  • (2002) The Easy Way to Truth: "Heaven Does Not Lie"
Volume 30, p. 401
  • (2005) Indo-European Poetics and Mythology: Old Irish lámfada 'longhand', its background and parallels
Volume 33, p. 291
  • (2009). HIC RHODUS! A brief comment on Karen Thomson, A still undeciphered text: how the scientific approach to the Rigveda would open up Indo-European Studies
Volume 37, p. 53
  • (2009). 'Sacrifice' in Proto-Indo-European
Volume 37, p. 178
Zirra, Vlad
  • (1976) The Eastern Celts of Romania
Volume 4, p. 1
Zorman, Marina
  • (2016) Modal Construction with man in Hittite and Akkadian
Volume 44, p. 380
 
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