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Table of Contents
Journal of Indo-European Studies
Volume 15, 1987
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. Our Journal of Indo-European Studies online index
includes volumes 1 (1973) through 38 (2010). When we began
publishing our index, JIES maintained no index of its
own; but now that JIES has begun publishing an index, we
anticipate that volume 38 will be the last in our series.
- Manczak, Witold, "On the Ausgliederung of Germanic Languages," p. 1.
- Rumsey, Alan, "Was Proto-Indo-European an Ergative Language?" p. 19.
- Polomé, Edgar C., "Introductory Note to the Papers of the Tokyo 1982 Workshop on Indo-European Linguistics," p. 39.
- Schlerath, Bernfried, "On the Reality and Status of a Reconstructed Language," p. 41.
- Gamkrelidze, Thomas V., "The Indo-European Glottalic Theory: A New Paradigm in IE Comparative Linguistics," p. 47.
- Rosén, Hannah B., "Some More Noteworthy Features of 'Primitive' Indo-European Syntax," p. 61.
- Bonfante, Giuliano, "The Relative Position of the Indo-European Languages," p. 77.
- Schmitt-Brandt, Robert, "Aspektkategorien im PIE?" p. 81.
- Markey, Thomas L., "The Semiotics of Enumeration: The Case of Indo-European," p. 93.
- Adrados, Francisco R., "Ideas on the Typology of Proto-Indo-European," p. 97.
- Bader, Françoise, "Hittite Duratives and the Problem of IE Present-Formations with Infix and Suffix," p. 121.
- Dieterle, Richard L., "The Thirty Brothers," p. 169.
- Beekes, Robert S. P., "The Word for 'Four' in Proto-Indo-European," p. 215.
- Wilson, Joseph P., "The Entitlement of Vespasian," p. 221.
- Polomé, Edgar C., "Tradition and Development in Indo-European Studies," p. 225.
- Sochacki, Zdzislaw, "Some Questions Concerning the Appearance of Rectangular Vessels in the European Neolithic and Aeneolithic," p. 227.
- Râdulescu, Mircea-Mihai, "The Indo-European Position of Illyrian, Daco-Mysian and Thracian: A Historico-Methodological Approach," p. 239.
- Naafs-Wilstra, Marianne C., "Indo-European 'Dichtersprache' in Sappho and Alcaeus," p. 273.
- Winter, Werner, "Tocharian B ñakte, A ñkät 'god': Two Nouns, Their Derivatives, Their Etymology," p. 297.
- Brosman, Paul W., Jr., "The Latin Fifth-Dimension Nouns with Nom. Sg. iees," p. 327.
- Shields, Kenneth, Jr., "Some Remarks about the Dual of Indo-European O-Stems," p. 341.
- Aristar, Anthony, "The Old Irish Relative and Word Order in Pre-Old Irish," p. 353.
- Luraghi, Silvia, "Reconstructing Proto-Indo-European as an Ergative Language: A Test," p. 359.
- Salmons, Joseph C., "Another Word on Lexical Data and Genetic Relationship (Reply to Manczak)," p. 381.
- May, Brigitte Z., "The Language of the Old High German Zaubersprücher and Segen: The Intensive do," p. 385.
- Hansen, Ove, "On the Recently Published Inscribed Gold Ring from the Argolid," p. 390.
- Hamp, Eric P., "Indo-Hittite *men- 'see'," p. 391.
- Hamp, Eric P., "IE *eui-kV [fem.]," p. 392.
- Greppin, John A. C., "Armenian art 'field' and Arm. acem 'drive'," p. 393.