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Table of Contents
Volume 40, 2003 
Articles are listed in page order, followed by reviews (if
any). The creator of this new Table of Contents has attempted
to "standardize" author names (e.g., by providing first names
where only initials appeared); corrections are welcome.
N.B. At present, the General Linguistics online index
includes volumes 24 (1986 ) through 43 (2005 ). It
is possible that earlier volumes may be indexed, in the future,
but higher priority will be given to indexing later volumes as
they are published and time & resources permit.
- Dunkel, George (University of Zurich), "On the Supposed Zero-grades of IE Deictic/anaphoric *so- and *tó-: Homeric sphi, Hittite -smas, and Vedic syá-, tyá-, tvá-," p. 3.
- Justus, Carol F. & Darien A. McWhirter III (University of Texas at Austin), "Indo-European Religious Dialect Divisions," p. 19.
- Knobloch, Johann (University of Bonn), "Heteroklitische Formantenpaare im Wechsel ihrer Funktionen," p. 53.
- Lehmann, Winfred P. (University of Texas at Austin), "Version in Pre-Indo-European," p. 57.
- Oettinger, Norbert (University of Erlangen), "Ist Griechisch kankyle: wirklich mit altenglisch Hengest 'hengst' verwandt?" p. 71.
- Dehousse, Martin (Paris, France), "The Comet Associated with the Death of Julius Caesar," p. 75.
- Luján Martinez, Eugenio (Complutense University of Madrid), "The Ring Inside the Fish: On Reconstructing Indo-European Folktales," p. 89.
- Miller, Dean (Chicago, Illinois), "Distorted Sovereignty: Notes on the Indo-European Bad King," p. 107.
- Haüsler, Alexander (Halle, Germany), "Bemerkungen zu einigen Ansichten über den Ursprung der Indogermanen," p. 131.
- Allen, Nicolas (School of Anthropology & Museum Ethnography, Oxford), "The Indra-Tullus Comparison," p. 149.
- Sterckx, Claude (Institute des Hautes Etudes de Belgique), "Buthurigios, Buthumaros: A Galatian Zeus and a Gaulish Jupiter," p. 173.
- York, Michael (Bath Spa University College), "In Defense of Indo-European Studies: Ethical and Theological Implications from a Sociological Analysis of Terms for 'god', 'worship', and 'awe'," p. 183.