Authors - D

D'Iakonov, I. M.
  • (1985). On the Original Home of the Speakers of Indo-European
Volume 13, p. 92
Dahl, Eystein
  • The Indo-European Subjunctive and its Origin as a Present
Volume 41, p. 392
Dahm, Murray K.
  • (2011) Roman Frontier Signalling and the Order of the fupark
Volume 39, p. 1
Daly, D. M.
  • (1973). Additional Evidence That PIE was 'Verb-Final'
Volume 1, p. 518
Barðdala, Jóhanna, Valgerður Bjarnadóttir, Serena Danesi, Tonya Kim Dewey, Thórhallur Eythórsson, Chiara Fedrianid & Thomas Smitherman
  • The Story of ‘Woe’
Volume 41, 321
Danka, Ignacy Ryszard and Witczak, Krzysztof Tomasz
  • (1997). Indo-European *kwnHos and Its Meanings in the Neolithic and Post-Neolithic Times
Volume 25, p. 361
Daryaee, Touraj
  • (2002). Sight, Semen, and the Brain: Ancient Persian Notions of Physiology in Old and Middle Iranian Texts
Volume 30, p. 103
Danov, Hristo M.
  • (1983). Some Characteristic Moments in Thraco-Greek Relations during the Pre-Roman Period
Volume 11, p. 231
Davis-Kimball, Jeannine
  • (1997). Sauro-Sarmatian Nomadic Women: New Gender Identities
Volume 25, p. 327
De Decker, Filip
  • (2012) Are Latin pons, pontifex and the Indo-European cognates evidence of an i stem?
Volume 40, p. 11
  • (2015) Another Attempt at a Chronology for Grassmann’s Law in Greek
Volume 43, p. 140
De La Puente, Inés García
  • (2006) The Liberation of Kiev sub anno 968
Volume 34, p. 201
de Simone, Carlo
  • (1976). Messapic Damatira/Damatura - Balkanic ('Illyrian')
Volume 4, p. 355
de Vaan, Michiel
  • (2009). The derivational history of Greek ippos and ippeus
Volume 37, p. 198
  • (2016). The Early C. C. Uhlenbeck on Indo-European
Volume 44, p. 173
Della Volpe, Angela
  • (1988). Hillfort Nomenclature in Indo-European: The Case of Latin urbs
Volume 16, p. 195
  • (1990). From the Hearth to the Creation of Boundaries
Volume 18, p. 157
  • (1992). On Indo-European Ceremonial and Socio-Political Elements Underlying the Origin of Formal Boundaries
Volume 20, p. 71
Dergachev, V.
  • (2000). The Migration Theory of Marija Gimbutas
Volume 28, p. 257
Deshpande, Madhav M.
  • (1993). Aryans, Non-Aryans, and Braahmanas: Processes of Indigenization
Volume 21, p. 215
Barðdala, Jóhanna, Valgerður Bjarnadóttir, Serena Danesi, Tonya Kim Dewey, Thórhallur Eythórsson, Chiara Fedrianid & Thomas Smitherman
  • The Story of ‘Woe’
Volume 41, 321
Diebold, Richard
  • (2014). In Memoriam, Richard Diebold
Volume 42, p. 209
Dieterle, Richard L.
  • (1985). The Hidden Warrior: The Social Code of the Volundarkviða
Volume 13, p. 283
  • (1987). The Thirty Brothers
Volume 15, p. 169
Dinu, Marin
  • (1981). Clay Models of Wheels Discovered in Copper Age Cultures of Old Europe Mid-Fifth Millennium B. C.
Volume 9, p. 1
Doçkalová, Lenka & Václav Blažek
  • On Indo-European Roads
Volume 39, 299
  • The Indo-European Year
Volume 39, 414
Doi, Toshio
  • (1986). Verbal Nouns in Longes Mac nUisnig
Volume 14, p. 247
Drews, Robert
  • (1997). PIE Speakers and PA Speakers
Volume 25, p. 327
  • (2005). The Laurion Mines and a Bronze Age Name for the Greek Mainland
Volume 33, p. 227
Driessen, C. Michiel
  • (2001). On the Etymology of Lat. urbs
Volume 29, p. 41
  • (2003). Evidence for *ghelh2-, a New Indo-European Root
Volume 31, p. 279
  • (2003). *h2é-h2us-o-, the Proto-Indo-European Term for 'gold'
Volume 31, p. 347
  • (2004). Towards an Indo-European Term for 'Felt'
Volume 32, p. 25
Drinka, Bridget
  • (1988). Evidence for the Space-Time Hypothesis: The IE s-Aorist
Volume 16, p. 253
Dubuisson, Daniel
  • (1978). The Apologues of Saint Columba and Solon or the 'Third Function' Denigrated
Volume 6, p. 231
Duchesne-Guillemin
  • (1973). On the Complaint of the Ox-Soul
Volume 1, p. 101
Ducœur, Guillaume
  • (2008). Passing through Flood Waters in Vedic Thought
Volume 36, p. 67
Duhoux, Yves
  • (1998). Pre-Hellenic Language(s) of Crete
Volume 26, p. 1
Dumézil, Georges
  • (1973). (H)Elernus
Volume 1, p. 304
Dunkel, George
  • (1979). Fighting Words: Aleman Partheneion mákhonai
Volume 7, p. 249
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