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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 47 Nos. 1 & 2
(Spring/Summer 2019) pp. 1 - 292
 
J.P. MALLORY
        Discussion and Debate:
        The Caucasian Substrate Hypothesis ................................................. 1

ALLAN R. BOMHARD
        The Origins of Proto-Indo-European:
        The Caucasian Substrate Hypothesis ................................................. 9

JOHN COLARUSSO
        Thoughts on Bomhard's Work ....................................................... 125

FREDERIK KORTLANDT
        Indo-European and Its Neighbors .................................................. 143

JOHANNA NICHOLS
        Comments on Alan Bomhard, "The Origins of Proto-Indo-
        European: The Caucasian Substrate Hypothesis" .......................... 149

KEVIN TUITE
        Comments on "The Origins of Proto-Indo-European:
        The Caucasian Substrate Hypothesis" ........................................... 157

OLEG BALANOVSKY
        Comments on the Caucasian Substrate Hypothesis ....................... 166

DAVID W. ANTHONY
        Archaeology, Genetics, and Language in the Steppes:
        A Comment on Bomhard .............................................................. 175

ALLAN R. BOMHARD
        Response to the Comments ........................................................... 199

VÁCLAV BLAŻEK
        Tocharian B lasto in Balto-Slavis Perspective .............................. 213

LAURA MASSETTI
        Antimachus's Enigma: On Erytheia,
        the Latvian Sun-goddess and a Red Fish ...................................... 223

FREDERIK KORTLANDT
        Old Irish Absolute and Conjunct Endings and Related Issues
        ....................................................................................................... 241

DR ALESSANDRA PETROCCHI
        On the Etymology and Historical Semantics of the Italian verbs
        Aggiungere and Detrarre: An Early Indo-European Perspective
           ................................................................................................... 259

JIES REVIEWS ................................................................................... 279
 


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