Authors - B

Bachvarova, Mary R.
  • (2004) Topics in Lydian Verse: Accentuation and Syllabification
Volume 32, p. 227
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
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.
  • (2013) Comments on “Evidence for Basque as an Indo-European Language” by Gianfranco Forni
Volume 41, p. 246
Bengtson, John D. and Václav Blazek
  • (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 & Michal Schwarz
  • (2015) 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 -w
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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