Authors - R

Râdulescu, Mircea-Mihai
  • (1975). The Indo-European Cognates of Daco-Romanian Strúgure 'Grape; Bunch'
Volume 3, p. 385
  • (1984). Illyrian, Thracian, Daco-Mysian, and the Substratum of Romanian and Albanian
Volume 12, p. 77
  • (1987). The Indo-European Position of Illyrian, Daco-Mysian and Thracian: A Historico-Methodological Approach
Volume 15, p. 239
  • (1994). The Indo-European Position of Messapic
Volume 22, p. 329
  • (1996). Fairies, Flowers and Magic Daco-Romanian zîna and Its Indo-European Cognates
Volume 24, p. 333
Raftery, Barry
  • (1991). Horse and Cart in Iron Age Ireland
Volume 19, p. 49
Rahimian, Jalal and Farrokh Hajiani
  • (2009) Semantic-pragmatic functions of in Persian: a diachronic and synchronic study
Volume 37, p. 399
Ramat, Paolo
  • (1976). Linguistic Reconstruction and Typology
Volume 4, p. 189
Rauch, Irmengard
  • (1981). What is Cause?
Volume 9, p. 319
  • (1982). Uses of the Germanic Past Perfect in Epic Backgrounding
Volume 10, p. 301
Razmjoo, Seyyed Ayatollah, Farrokh Hajiani, and Jalal Rahimian
  • (2010) On the Derivational History of Iranian *mairya and *mariyaka
Volume 38, p. 359
Renfrew, Colin
  • (1999). Time Depth, Convergence Theory, and Innovation in Proto-Indo-European: 'Old Europe' as a PIE Linguistic Area
Volume 27, p. 257
Replogle, Alexander Bruce
  • (1980). Social Dimensions of British and German Bell-Beaker Burials: An Exploratory Study
Volume 8, p. 165
Rezepkin, A. D.
  • (1992). Paintings from a Tomb of the Majkop Culture
Volume 20, p. 59
Ridley, Richard R.
  • (1976). Wolf and Werewolf in Baltic and Slavic Tradition
Volume 4, p. 321
Rifkin, Matthew J.
  • (2007) A Spatial Analysis of Neolithic Cultures throughout Eastern, Central, and Northern Europe in Relation to Proto-Germanic
Volume 35, p. 53
Rimantiené, Rimuté
  • (1980). The East Baltic Area in the Fourth and the Third Millennia B.C.
Volume 8, p. 407
Rimantiené, Rimuté and Gintautas Chesnys
  • (1990). The Late Globular Amphora Culture and Its Creators in the East Baltic Area from Archaeological and Anthropological Points of View
Volume 18, p. 339
Ringe, Donald
  • (1995). Tocharians in Xinjiang: The Linguistic Evidence
Volume 23, p. 415
  • (2015). Response to Kassian et al., “Proto-Indo-European-Uralic comparison from the probabilistic point of view.”
Volume 43, p. 348
Robbins, Miriam
  • (1980). The Assimilation of Pre-Indo-European Goddesses into Indo-European Society
Volume 8, p. 19
Robbins Dexter, Miriam
  • (1990). The Hippomorphic Goddess and Her Offspring
Volume 18, p. 285
Rodríguez, Martín Sevilla
  • (1989). Indo-European *(s)kwalo/i-s 'sheet-fish'
Volume 17, p. 177
  • (1995). Pán = Puusá Reexamined
Volume 23, p. 209
Rose, Sarah R.
  • (2002). Two Versions of the Sanskrit Urvasi Myth: From dangerous to docile
Volume 30, p. 243
Rosén, H. B.
  • (1987). Some More Noteworthy Features of 'Primitive' Indo-European Syntax
Volume 15, p. 61
Rosén, Hannah
  • (1994). Lat. Saceena, Heb. Shakkin and the Mediterranean Substrate
Volume 22, p. 165
Rowlett, Ralph M.
  • (1984). Archaeological Evidence for Early Indo-European Chieftains
Volume 12, p. 193
  • (1991). Western 'Old European' Response to Early IE Chiefdoms
Volume 19, p. 93
Rumsey, Alan
  • (1987). Was Proto-Indo-European an Ergative Language?
Volume 15, p. 19
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