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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 46 Nos. 3 & 4
(Fall/Winter 2018) pp. 263 - 504
 
MOJTABA DOROODI AND FARROKH HAJIANI
        Revisiting the Location of Pṛga in the Behistun
        Inscription on the Basis of its Etymology and an
        Examination of Historico-Geographical Texts .................... 265

WILLIAM SAYERS
        Medieval Norse Naval Architecture in a
        Poem of Malediction ............................................................ 291

FRED C. WOUDHUIZEN
        Identifying the Pre-Greek Population Groups of Crete
        on the Basis of their Toponyms and Hydronyms.................. 302

T. L. MARKEY AND JOHN COLARUSSO
        Some Biogenetic Considerations for Historical
        Linguistics: Phyletic Comparison......................................... 312

JALAL RAHIMIAN AND MOHAMMAD-JAFAR JABBARI
        An Obsolete Syntactic Pattern in Persian.............................. 361

IN MEMORIAM
     In Memoriam Vjačeslav Vsevolodovič Ivanov ....................... 371

JIES REVIEWS ............................................................................ 464
 


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