Index to Volume Thirteen

Numbers 1 & 2    pp. 1-256    
Numbers 3 & 4    pp. 257-480
 
Adams, Douglas Q.
  • Designations of the Cervidae in Proto-Indo-European
269
Bammesberger, Alfred
  • The Provenance of the Germanic Stem-Shape *habd-
467
Campanile, Enrico
  • Old Irish Boand
477
D'Iakonov, I. M.
  • On the Original Homeland of the Speakers of Indo-European
92
Dieterle, Richard L.
  • The Hidden Warrior: The Social Code of the Volundarkvi├░a
283
Gamkrelidze, T. V. and V. V. Ivanov
  • The Ancient Near East and the Indo-European Question: Temporal and Territorial Characteristics of Proto-Indo-European Based on Linguistic and Historico-Cultural Data
3
  • The Migrations of Tribes Speaking Indo-European Dialects from Their Original Homeland in the Near East to Their Historical Habitations in Eurasia
49
  • The Problem of the Origianl Homeland of the Speakers of Indo-European Languages in Response to I. M. Diakonoff's Article
175
Gimbutas, Marija
  • Primary and Secondary Homeland of the Indo-Europeans: Comments on the Gamkrelidze-Ivanov Articles
185
Golab, Z.
  • Slavic komon' and kon' 'equus': An Attempt at Etymology against the Background of the History of Domestication
415
Kaiser, M. and V. Shevoroshkin
  • On Indo-European Laryngeals and Vowels
377
Linke, Uli
  • Blood as Metaphor in Indo-European
333
Polomé, Edgar C.
  • Recent Russian Papers on the Indo-European Problem and the Ethnogenesis and Original Homeland of the Slavs
1
Salmons, Joseph C.
  • Methods of Prehistorical Dialect Grouping: The Role of Lexical Data in the Germanic Ausgliederung
445
Sochacki, Zdzislaw
  • The Relationship between the Baden Culture and the South-East European Cultures
257
Trubachev, O. N.
  • Linguistics and Ethnogenesis of the Slavs: The Ancient Slavs as Evidenced by Etymology and Onomastics
203
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