Authors - H

Haarmann, Harald
  • (1989). Writing from Old Europe to Ancient Crete - A Case of Cultural Continuity
Volume 17, p. 251
  • (1994). Contact Linguistics, Archaeology and Ethnogenetics: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Indo-European Homeland Problem
Volume 22, p. 265
  • (1998). On the Problem of Primary and Secondary Diffusion of Indo-Europeans and Their Languages
Volume 26, p. 391
Fanaie, Mozhgan, Farrokh Hajiani, and Mohsen Mahmoudi
  • An Etymological Study of Some Words in the Baboli Dialect
Volume 44, p. 391
(Rahimian, Jalal and) Farrokh Hajiani
  • (2009) Semantic-pragmatic functions of in Persian: a diachronic and synchronic study
Volume 37, p. 399
Halla-Aho, Jussi
  • (2005). Two Borrowings in Proto-Slavic, and a Minor Balto-Slavic Sound Change
Volume 33, p. 233
Hammer, Niels
  • (2015) Eurasian Cranes, Demoiselle Cranes, PIE *ger- and Onomatopoetics
Volume 43, p. 81
Hamp, Eric P.
  • (1973). Another Lesson from 'Frost'
Volume 1, p. 215
  • (1973). Religion and Law from Iguvium
Volume 1, p. 318
  • (1973). 'Fish'
Volume 1, p. 507
  • (1974). Reply by Eric P. Hamp
Volume 2, p. 95
  • (1974). 'Ivy' in Italic and Celtic
Volume 2, p. 187
  • (1981). Notes on the Old English Bee Charm
Volume 9, p. 338
  • (1982). 'Arm, Shoulder'
Volume 10, p. 187
  • (1982). Gothic inu, Greek áneu, OHG ânu 'Ohne'
Volume 10, p. 189
  • (1982). On Greek z: *y
Volume 10, p. 190
  • (1983). IE *meHenot- and the Perfect Participle
Volume 11, p. 379
  • (1984). Indo-European and Balto-Slavic 'Sheep'
Volume 12, p. 192
  • (1987). Indo-Hittite *men- 'see'
Volume 15, p. 391
  • (1987). IE *eui-kV [fem.]
Volume 15, p. 392
  • (1988). *sor- 'woman' and 'Indo-Hittite'
Volume 16, p. 121
  • (1988). On Indo-European Marriage in Old English
Volume 16, p. 183
  • (1994). Belated Comment on Pulleyblank's 'The Typology of Indo-European,' JIES 21:1-2
Volume 22, p. 435
  • (2002). IE 'spleen'
Volume 30, p. 145
  • (2012). Comments on Čašule’s “Correlation of the Burushaski Pronomial System with Indo-European”
Volume 40, p. 154
Hansen, Jellison Leigh
  • (1980). Death and the Indo-Europeans: Some Traditions
Volume 8, p. 31
Hansen, Ove
  • (1987). On the Recently Published Inscribed Gold Ring from the Argolid
Volume 15, p. 390
Harbison, Peter
  • (1975). The Coming of the Indo-Europeans to Ireland: An Archaeological Viewpoint
Volume 3, p. 101
Harkness, John
  • (2011) The Novilara Stele Revisited
Volume 39, p. 13
Häusler, Alexander
  • (1977). Comment on 'The Chronology of the Early Kurgan Tradition'
Volume 5, p. 369
Herity, Michael
  • (1981). Irish Decorated Neolithic Pottery and Its Context
Volume 9, p. 69
  • (1991). The Phases of the Irish Neolithic
Volume 19, p. 29
Hewson, John
  • (1984). Resonant and High Vowel in Proto-Indo-European
Volume 12, p. 375
Hicks, Harry H. and Robert N. Anderson
  • (1990). Analysis of an Indo-European Vedic Aryan Head - 4500-2500 B.C.
Volume 18, p. 425
Hicks, Ronald
  • (2009). Cosmography in Tochmarc Étaíne
Volume 37, p. 115
Hicks, Ronald and Laura Ward Elder
  • (2003). Festivals, Deaths, and the Sacred Landscape of Ancient Ireland
Volume 31, p. 307
Hilmarsson, Jorundur
  • (1982). Indo-European 'Tongue'
Volume 10, p. 355
Hirunuma, Toshio
  • (1986). The Dialects of Ancient Northern Italy
Volume 14, p. 205
Hoenigswald, Henry M.
  • (1973). Indo-European *p in Celtic and the Claims for a Relative Chronology
Volume 1, p. 324
  • (1977). Diminutives and Tatpurusas: The Indo-European Trend toward Endocentricity
Volume 5, p. 9
Holland, Gary B.
  • (1996). Relativization and Word Order in Old Irish and Vedic Sanskrit
Volume 24, p. 323
Hollifield, Patrick
  • (1978). Indo-European Etymologies
Volume 6, p. 173
Holm, Hans J.
  • (2011) "Swadesh lists" of Albanian Revisited and Consequences for Its Position in the Indo-European Languages
Volume 39, p. 45
Holton, Frederick S.
  • (1993). Literary Tradition and the Old English Bee Charm
Volume 21, p. 37
Hopkinson, Beatrice
  • (1975). Archaeological Evidence of Saltmoulding at Important European Saltsites and Its Relationship to the Distribution of Urnfielders
Volume 3, p. 1
Hopper, Paul J.
  • (1977). The Typology of the Proto-Indo-European Segmental Inventory
Volume 5, p. 41
Horowitz, Michael G.
  • (1996). The Scientific Dialectic of Ancient Greece and the Cultural Tradition of Indo-European Speakers
Volume 24, p. 409
  • (2003). Iceland's Pjódveldi (930-1264) and the Traditional Innovation of IE Speakers
Volume 31, p. 41
Houben, Jeffrey L.
  • (1977). Word-Order Change and Subordination in Homeric Greek
Volume 5, p. 1
Hraste, Daniel Necas and Kresimir Vukovic
  • (2011) Rudra-Shiva and Silvanus-Faunus: Savage and Propitious
Volume 39, p. 100
Hristova, Daniela S.
  • (2004). Absolute Contructions in Slavic: Case Diversity and Originality
Volume 32, p. 297
Huld, Martin
  • (1990) The Linguistic Typology of the Old European Substrate in North Central Europe
Volume 18, p. 389
  • (1995) Grassman’s Law in Messapic
Volume 23, p. 147
  • (1997) The Loins of Antimachus
Volume 25, p. 409
  • (2002) Some Thoughts on Amazons
Volume 30, p. 93
  • (2002) Linguistic Science, Truth, and the Indocentric Hypothesis
Volume 30, p. 353
  • (2005) Albanian akull and Indo-European ‘water’
Volume 33, p. 53
  • (2007) Albanian gogël and Indo-European ‘acorns’
Volume 35, p. 121
  • (2009) Proto-Indo-Europeans and the Squirrel, Sciurus vulgaris
Volume 37, p. 130
  • (2011) Was there an Indo-European word for ‘pear’?
Volume 39, p. 380
  • (2012) Comments on Čašule’s “Correlation of the Burushaski Pronomial System with Indo-European”
Volume 40, p. 162
  • (2012) An Old (but Reconstructible) Chestnut
Volume 40, p. 344
  • (2014) Armenian agṙaw and an Indo-European Word for ‘Crow, Raven’
Volume 42, p. 294
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