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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 45 Nos. 3 & 4
(Fall/Winter 2017) pp. 195 - 434
 
IVAN ANDRIJANIĆ
        A List of Sanskrit and Latin Cognates in Vesdin’s
        Treatise De Latini Sermonis Origine ..................................... 195

ALDO LUIZ BIZZOCCHI
        Consonantal Alternations in Indo-European Roots:
        Diatopic and/or Diachronic Variants or Functional
        Mechanism? ........................................................................... 235

VÁCLAV BLAŽEK
        Indo-European “Gold” in Time and Space............................. 267

FERNANDO FERNÁNDEZ PALACIOS
        QVNO, A Celtic Personal Name in a Roman Inscription
        from Forua (Busturialdea, Bizkaia, Spain), Celtic
        Personal Names in Bizkaia and “Dogs” in the Iberian
        Peninsula................................................................................. 313

PER-JOHAN NORELIUS
        Indra’s Flight and Affliction: Vedic Reminiscences of an
        Indo-European Myth............................................................... 333

S. C. HUMPHREYS
        Proto-Indo-European Kinship and Society: Kin Terms.......... 373

JIES REVIEWS.............................................................................. 426
 


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