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Table of Contents
Journal of Indo-European Studies
Volume 4, 1976
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.
- Zirra, Vlad, "The Eastern Celts of Romania," p. 1.
- Beekes, Robert S. P., "Uncle and Nephew," p. 43.
- Bremmer, Jan, "Avunculate and Fosterage," p. 65.
- Arbeitman, Yoël, "Anatolian Piya- 'give'," p. 79.
- Jovanovich, Borislav, "The Scordisci and the Dacians during the First Century B.C." p. 81.
- Barlau, Stephen B., "An Outline of Germanic Kinship," p. 97.
- Campanile, Enrico, "Indo-European and Non-Indo-European Elements in the Celtic Dialects," p. 131.
- Brosman, Paul W., Jr., "The Hittite Gender of Cognates of PIE Feminines," p. 141.
- Maringer, Johannes, "Fire in Prehistoric Indo-European Europe," p. 161.
- Ramat, Paolo, "Linguistic Reconstruction and Typology," p. 189.
- Friedrich, Paul, "'Ad Hock'," p. 207.
- Billigmeier, Jon-Christian, "The Origin of the Dual Reflex of Initial Consonantal Indo-European *y in Greek," p. 221.
- Greppin, John A. C., "Skt. Garuda, Gk. géranos: The Battle of the Cranes," p. 233.
- Bradley, K. R., "Imperial Virtues in Suetonius' Caesares," p. 245.
- Mallory, James P., "The Chronology of the Early Kurgan Tradition," p. 257.
- O'Brien, Steven, "Indo-European Eschatology: A Model," p. 295.
- Ridley, Richard R., "Wolf and Werewolf in Baltic and Slavic Tradition," p. 321.
- Koerner, E. F. K., "1876 as a Turning Point in the History of Linguistics," p. 333.
- de Simone, Carlo, "Messapic Damatira/Damatura - Balkanic ('Illyrian')," p. 355.