Authors - A

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. 129
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. 79
  • (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
  • (2017) The King-Priest Quarrel in the Ādiparvan and the Iliad
Volume 44, 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) Visnu
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 Kirk ee 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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