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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 46 Nos. 1 & 2
(Spring/Summer 2018) pp. 1 - 264
 
VÁCLAV BLAŽEK
        Indo-European Dendronyms in the Perspective
        of External Comparison ......................................................... 195

BLANCA MARÍA PRÓSPER
        The Venetic Inscription from Monte Manicola and Three
        termini publici from Padua: A Reappraisal ............................. 47

FILIP DE DECKER
        Tense Usage in Speech Conclusions
        with Past Reference in Homer ............................................... 109

SARAH C. HUMPHRIES
        Indo-European Kinship: ‘diverging devolution’ .................... 152

ALEXANDER KOZINTSEV
        On Certain Aspects of Distance-based Models of
        Language Relationships, with Reference to the
        Position of Indo-European among other
        Language Families ................................................................. 173

ARMEN PETROSYAN
        From Armenian Demonology: the k’aǰs ................................ 206

FREDERIK KORTLANDT
        The Expansion of the Indo-European Languages ................. 219

IN MEMORIAM
        Robert S. P. Beekes ............................................................... 232

JIES REVIEWS.............................................................................. 244
 


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