Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Open Access Journal: Gallia

 [First posted in AWOL 8 December 2009, updated 30 April 2014]

Gallia
eISSN - 2109-9588 


Créée par le CNRS, la revue Gallia est, depuis plus d’un demi-siècle, la grande revue de l’archéologie nationale, réputée pour la rigueur de ses textes et la qualité de ses illustrations. Gallia publie des dossiers et des articles de synthèse sur les découvertes et les recherches les plus signifiantes dans le domaine de l’archéologie en France. Son champ chronologique couvre la Protohistoire depuis le premier âge du Fer, l’Antiquité et l’Antiquité tardive jusqu’à la fin des royaumes mérovingiens. Son champ géographique correspond à l’ancien espace gaulois et comprend les Trois Gaules ainsi que les territoires immédiatement limitrophes qui participent à leur destinée. En ce sens, Gallia accueille des articles sur des sites ou des découvertes majeures en France mais aussi dans les pays voisins si leur intérêt concerne la Gaule en général.

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Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Open Access e-Book: Blogging Archaeology

Blogging Archaeology- The Book
Doug Rocks-Macqueen
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I have not posted for a little while and that is because I have been very busy editing and putting together an eBook- Blogging Archaeology. As I am typing this the SAA session on blogging and archaeology is happening. Chris has launched the book there (not sure if it worked but it is supposed to be a giant projected QR code with a link to the book) and I will do so on this blog.

I will make this short and sweet: read it! It is Open Access i.e. FREE to READ! The authors put in a lot of effort and, while I might be a little bit bias, I think it is an excellent book.

Download it here Blogging Archaeology

Chris has put together a really nifty way to view it magazine style-  http://www.digtech-llc.com/blogarch-ebook/


Virtual Cilicia Project

Virtual Cilicia Project
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Surrounded by the steep Taurus and Amanus mountain ranges, the fertile alluvial plain of Cilicia Pedias in modern Turkey is a true treasury of important monuments from numerous ages. Hittite and Assyrian rock reliefs serve as representations of power at this connection between Anatolia and the Levant. Since it relies on Goggle Earth, the Virtual Cilicia Project is able to show you these monuments as well as the ruins of Bronze and Iron Age settlements like e.g. Karatepe with its world-famous carved orthostats in their natural environments. Follow the tracks of Alexander the Great, who made a sacrifice to Athena Magarsia at the northernmost point of Plain Cilicia, before he continued to the city of Mallos, which still has not been located despite numerous efforts. Be impressed by the well preserved ruins of the Hellenistic mountain fortress of Karasis, which is situated upon an inaccessible mountain summit and was only discovered as recently as 1994. Explore the hideouts of the dreaded pirates who terrorized the Mediterranean in the 1st century BC before being defeated by Pompeius Magnus, who forced many of them to settle in cities. Wander through Hierapolis, the residence of king Tarkondimotos, who had formerly been a pirate, but eventually was issued command of the region by Pompeius. Discover the foundations of one of the largest temples from the Roman Imperial Age and explore the extensive structures of Late Antique and Early Byzantine villages and settlements. Learn more about the Byzantine Period in Cilicia, the 5th/6th cent. AD existence of which is attested by the impressive remains of churches and fortifications at Anazarbos. Using the timeline integrated in Google Earth allows you to experience the historic development of settlement interactively and documents the gigantic castle building program, which surrounded the Taurus mountain ranges with massive fortifications during the time of the crusades (11th – 13th century AD). The Virtual Cilicia Project’s goal is to document the vast diversity of Cilicia’s history and to present this cultural heritage in the context of its ancient and modern landscape to the expert and the layman. We are continuously adding information on excavation sites and monuments as well as data concerning the landscape’s development, in order to make the understanding of this settlement chamber more accessible. Explore (Virtual) Cilicia – We are looking forward to your visit and your feedback!

Monday, April 28, 2014

Open Access Journal: Notae Praehistoricae

Notae Praehistoricae
ISSN: 0774-3327
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Homer Marginalia Contest ($1000 prize)

Identify mystery text, win $1000 

[Updated 5 May 2014]
The winner and the solution is announced

Contest to identify mystery script in rare edition of Homer’s Odyssey now closed 
A researcher has identified the script used for annotations in the 1504 edition of Homer’s Odyssey held by University of Chicago Library. We will announce the results in a few days.

Thanks to all the linguists, classicists, and other amateur detectives who responded to our call for assistance. We hope you enjoyed working on the puzzle.]
Example of Mystery Text
Example of Mystery Text
Mystery Text
Mystery Text

 
Calling all historians of cryptography and stenography, Sherlockians (see “The Dancing Men”), and other amateur detectives!  The collection of Homer editions in the Special Collections Research Center – the  Bibliotheca Homerica Langiana(BHL) – includes a copy of the rare 1504 edition of Homer’s Odyssey that contains, in Book 11 (narrating Odysseus’s journey into Hades) handwritten annotations in a strange and as-yet unidentified script.  This marginalia appears only in the pages of Book 11 of the Odyssey; nowhere else in the volume.  Although the donor of the BHL is suspicious that this odd script is a form of 19th-century shorthand (likely French), he acknowledges that this hypothesis remains unsupported by any evidence offered to date.
The donor of the BHL is offering a prize of $1,000 to the first person who identifies the script, provides evidence to support the conclusion, and executes a translation of selected portions of the mysterious marginalia.  In addition to the photographs in this post, the volume is available to consult in person in the Special Collections reading room.  Please visit the Special Collections website for information about requesting items to get started. The contest is open to all, regardless of University of Chicago affiliation. Please direct submissions to the contest, or questions, to Alice Schreyer, Assistant University Librarian, Humanities and Social Sciences and Rare Books Curator, or Catherine Uecker, Rare Books Librarian.
Homer. Odysseia. Venice: Aldus, 1504. PA4018.A2 1504 vol. 2
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(Note that the unidentified script only appears on these two pages.)

Partially Open Access Journal: ASDIWAL, revue genevoise d'anthropologie et d'histoire des religions

ASDIWAL, revue genevoise d'anthropologie et d'histoire des religions  (partially open)
ISSN: 1662-4653
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ASDIWAL, revue genevoise d'anthropologie et d'histoire des religions est produite et gérée par l'association des étudiants en histoire des religions de l'Université de Genève. Eclectique et ouverte, notre revue donne la parole aussi bien à de jeunes chercheurs qu'à des spécialistes reconnus. Elle demeure sans limite quant aux domaines abordés, tout en plaidant résolument pour une approche historique et anthropologique, un «regard éloigné», ainsi qu'un esprit de liberté et d'humour.


ASDIWAL, revue genevoise d'anthropologie et d'histoire des religions is published and managed by the students in history of religions of the University of Geneva. Eclectic and open-minded, it combines the works of young researchers with those of renowned scholars. Our journal has no limits as to its fields of study, though deliberately pleading for a historical and anthropological approach, an “outsider perspective”, as well as a spirit of humor and liberty.






Sunday, April 27, 2014

H. Craig Melchert's Publications Online

Anatolian Text Corpora:
Lydian Lycian Cuneiform Luvian

Lexica:
Cuneiform Luvian Lexicon
Monographs:
Ablative and Instrumental in Hittite (unpublished Harvard Ph.D. dissertation, 1977).
Studies in Hittite Historical Phonology, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen, 1984, 176pp. Lycian Lexicon, self-published, Chapel Hill, 1989, iv + 122pp. Cuneiform Luvian Lexicon, self-published, Chapel Hill, 1993, vi + 298pp. luvlex Lycian Lexicon (2nd revised edition), self-published, Chapel Hill, 1993, vi + 130pp. Anatolian Historical Phonology, Rodopi, Amsterdam, 1994, iv + 457pp. A Dictionary of the Lycian Language, Beech Stave Press, Ann Arbor/New York, 2004, xvii + 
     138 pp. www.beechstave.com
A Grammar of the Hittite Language (with Harry A. Hoffner, Jr.), Eisenbrauns, Winona Lake,
      2008, xxii + 468 pp. (Part 1), 75 pp. (Part 2)
Edited books:
Mír Curad.  Studies in Honor of Calvert Watkins, Institut für Sprachwissenschaft der Universität
Innsbruck, Innsbruck, 1998, xviii+715 pp (chief editor, with Jay Jasanoff and Lisi Oliver) The Luwians (Handbook of Oriental Studies, Section One, Near and Middle East Volume 68),
     Brill, Leiden/Boston, 2003, xix+383 pp  addenda&corrigenda
Articles:
1. 'Hittite ašša- anzašša-,' Revue hittite et asianique 31 (1973) [1976] 57-70 hassa-
2.
'Secondary Derivatives in -- in the Rigveda,' Harvard Indo-European Studies 2 (1975) 163-
     198
3.
'"Exceptions" to Exceptionless Sound Laws,' Lingua 35 (1975) 135-153 exceptions
4.
'Tocharian Verb Stems in -tk-,' Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Sprachforschung 91 (1977)
     93-130 tk-verbs
5.
'The Acts of Hattušili I,' Journal of Near Eastern Studies 37 (1978) 1-22 hattusiliI

6. 'On §§56, 162 and 171 of the Hittite Laws,' Journal of Cuneiform Studies 31 (1979) 57-64
hittitelaws
7.
'Three Hittite Etymologies,' Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Sprachforschung 93 (1979)
262-271 3hittiteetymologies
8.
'The Use of IKU in Hittite Texts,' Journal of Cuneiform Studies 32 (1980) 50-56 IKUinhittite
9. 'Some Aspects of "Aspect" in Mandarin Chinese,' Linguistics 18 (1980) 635-654
chineseaspect
10.
'The Hittite Word for "Son",' Indogermanische Forschungen 85 (1980) 90-95
11.
'"God-Drinking":  a Syntactic Transformation in Hittite,' Journal of Indo-European Studies 9
     (1981) 245-254 god-drinking
12.
'The Second Singular Personal Pronoun in Anatolian,' Münchener Studien zur Sprach-
     wissenschaft 42 (1983) 151-165 2ndsingularpronoun
13.
'A "New" PIE *men Suffix,' Die Sprache 29 (1983) 1-26 men-suffix
14.
'Pudenda Hethitica,' Journal of Cuneiform Studies 35 (1983) 137-145 pudenda
15.
'Notes on Palaic,' Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Sprachforschung 98 (1984) 22-43
palaicnotes
16.
'Hittite imma and Latin immo,' Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Sprachforschung 98 (1985)
     184-205 imma
17.
'Hittite uwaš and Congeners,' Indogermanische Forschungen 91 (1986) 102-115 uwas
18.
'Proto-Indo-European Velars in Luvian,' in Studies in Memory of  Warren Cowgill (ed.
     Calvert Watkins) (1987)182-204 gscowgill
19.
'Reflexes of *h3 in Anatolian,' Die Sprache 33 (1987) 19-28 h3inAnatolian
20.
'Final -r in Hittite,' in A Linguistic Happening in Memory of Ben Schwarz (ed. Yoël
     Arbeitman) (1988) 215-234 final-r
21.
'"Thorn" and "Minus" in Hieroglyphic Luvian Orthography,' Anatolian Studies 38 (1988)
29-42 thorn&minus
22.
'Luvian Lexical Notes,' Historische Sprachforschung 101 (1988) 211-243 luvlexnotes
23. 'New Luvo-Lycian Isoglosses,' Historische Sprachforschung 102 (1989) 23-45 luvo-lycian 24. 'PIE "dog" in Hittite?' Münchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft 50 (1989) 97-101 dog
25.
'Adjective Stems in *-iyo- in Anatolian,' Historische Sprachforschung 103 (1990) 198-207
     iyo-stems
26.
'The Lydian Emphasizing and Reflexive Particle -ś/-is,' Kadmos 30/2(1991) 131-142 
     lydianreflexive
27.
'Death and the Hittite King,' in Perspectives on Indo-European Language, Culture and
     Religion.  Studies in Honour of Edgar C. Polomé (ed. Roger Pearson) (1991) 1.182-188
     fspolomé
28.
'Relative Chronology and Anatolian:  the Vowel System' in Rekonstruktion und Relative
     Chronologie, Akten der VIII. Fachtagung der indogermanischen Gesellschaft (ed. R.
     Beekes et al.) (1992) 41-53 relchron
29.
'The Third Person Present in Lydian,' Indogermanische Forschungen 97 (1992) 31-54
3rdpresentlydian
30.
'Hittite Vocalism,' in Per una grammatica ittita (ed. Onofrio Carruba) (1992) 183-196
     hittitevocalism
31.
'The Middle Voice in Lycian,' Historische Sprachforschung 105 (1992)189-199 lycianmiddle
32.
'A New Interpretation of Lines c 3-9 of the Xanthos Stele,' in Akten des II. Internationalen
     Lykien-Symposions (edd. J. Borchhardt & G. Dobesch) (1993) 1.31-34 xanthosc3-9
33.
'A New Anatolian "Law of Finals",' Journal of Ancient Civilizations 8 (1993) 105-113
     lawoffinals
34.
'Historical Phonology of Anatolian,' Journal of Indo-European Studies 21 (1993) 237-257
     anathistphon
35.
'Remarks on Some New Readings in Carian,' Kadmos 32 (1993) 77-86 carianremarks
36. 'The Feminine Gender in Anatolian,' in Früh-, Mittel-, Spätindogermanisch.  Akten der IX.
     Fachtagung der indogermanischen Gesellschaft (ed. George Dunkel et al.) (1994)
231-244 feminine
37.
'Anatolian', in Langues indo-européennes (ed. Françoise Bader) (1994) 121-136
38.
'PIE *y > Lydian d,' in Iranian and Indo-European Studies.  Memorial Volume of O. Klíma
(ed. P. Vavroušek) (1994) 181-187 lydiand
39. '"Cop's Law" in Common Anatolian,' in In honorem Holger Pedersen.  Kolloquium der
     indogermanischen Gesellschaft vom 26. bis 28. März 1993 in Kopenhagen (ed. Jens
     Rasmussen) (1994) 297-306 cop's_law 40. 'Indo-European Languages of Anatolia,' in Civilizations of the Ancient Near East (ed. Jack
     Sasson) (1995) 4.2151-2159 cane
41.
'Nominal Inflection in Neo-Hittite,' in Atti del II Congresso Internazionale di Hittitologia
(ed. O. Carruba et al.) (1995) 269-274 NHnominfl
42.
'Anatolian Hieroglyphs,' in The World's Writing Systems (edd. William Bright and Peter
     Daniels) (1996) 120-124 hluvianscript
43.
'Lycia. Language' and 'Lydia. Language,' in Oxford Classical Dictionary, 3rd ed. (edd. S.
     Hornblower & A. Spawforth) (1996) 895, 899 lycian-lydian
44.
'Hittite Phonology,' in Phonologies of Asia and Africa (ed. Alan S. Kaye) (1997) 557-567
45.
'Luvian /ta:na-/ "sanctified, inviolable",' Historische Sprachforschung 107 (1997) 47-51 tana
46. 'Denominative Verbs in Anatolian,' in Studies in Honor of Jaan Puhvel.  Part One.  Ancient
     Languages and Philology (ed. D. Disterheft et al.) (1997) 131-138 denomverbs
47.
'PIE Dental Consonants in Lydian,' in Festschrift for Eric P. Hamp.  Volume II (ed. D. Q.
     Adams) (1997) 32-47 lydian dentals
48.
'Syncope and Anaptyxis in Hittite,' in Sound Law and Analogy.  Papers in honor of Robert S.
     P. Beekes on the occasion of his 60th birthday (ed. A. Lubotsky) (1997) 177-180 FSbeekes
49. 'Traces of a PIE Aspectual Contrast in Anatolian?' Incontri Linguistici 20 (1997) 83-92
incling20
50.
'Poetic Meter and Phrasal Stress in Hittite,' in Mír Curad.  Studies in Honor of Calvert
Watkins (edd. J. Jasanoff, H. C. Melchert & L. Oliver) (1998) 483-494 fswatkins
51.
'Hittite arku- "chant, intone" vs. arkuwāi- "make a plea",' Journal of Cuneiform Studies 50
     (1998) 45-51arku-
52.
'The Dialectal Position of Anatolian within Indo-European,' Proceedings of the 24th Meeting
of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, Special Session on Indo-European Subgrouping
and Internal Relations (ed. B. Bergen et al.) (1998) 24-31 berkeley
53. 'Aspects of Verbal Aspect in Hittite,' in Uluslararası Hititoloji Kongresi Bildirleri.  Acts of the
     IIIrd International Congress of Hittitology, Çorum, Sep. 16-22, 1996 (ed. S. Alp & A. Süel)
     (1998) 413-418 aspect1
54.
'Two Problems of Anatolian Nominal Derivation,' in Compositiones Indogermanicae in
     memoriam Jochem Schindler (ed. H. C. Luschützky and H. Eichner) (1998) 365-375
GSschindler
55.
'I contributi del luvio geroglifico agli studi di indoeuropeistica,' in Il Geroglifico Anatolico.  Atti
     del Colloquio della tavola rotonda Napoli-Procida, 5-9 giugno 1995 (ed. M. Marazzi)
     (1998) 259-265 procida
56.
'Once more Greek tolúpē,' Orpheus 8 (Memorial Volume for V. Georgiev) (1998) 47-51
tolupe
57.
'Hittite karzan- "basket of wool",' in Studi e Testi II (= Eothen 10) (ed. S. de Martino & F.
     Imparati) (1999) 121-133 karzan
58.
'Carian mdoΩun "we have established",' Kadmos 38 (1999) 33-41 carianmdoWun
59. 'Once More on the Conclusion of the Lycian Trilingual of the Létôon, Historische Sprach-
     forschung 112 (1999) 75-77 letoonend
60.
'"(Zu)eignung" in Anatolian and Indo-European,' in Celtica et Indogermanica.  Festschrift für
     W. Meid zum 70. Geburtstag (edd. P. Anreiter & E. Jerem) (1999) 243-247 fsmeid
61.
'Hittite tuk(kan)zi,' Ktema 24 (1999) 17-23 (À la mémoire de Lisbeth Franck) tukkanzi
62. 'Aspects of Cuneiform Luvian Nominal Inflection,' in The Asia Minor Connexion.  Studies on
     the Pre-Greek Languages in Memory of Charles Carter (ed. Yoël Arbeitman) (2000)
    173-183 gscarter
63.
'Tocharian Plurals in -nt- and Related Phenomena,' Journal of Tocharian and Indo-European
     Studies 9 (2000) 53-75 plurals in -nt-
64.
'Hittite Nominal Stems in -il,' in Anatolisch und Indogermanisch/Anatolico e indoeuropeo (edd.
     O. Carruba & W. Meid (2001) 263-272 il-stems
65.
'Hittite damnaššara- "domestic"/
dDamnaššareš "household deities",' Journal of Ancient Near
     Eastern Religions 1 (2002) 150-157 damnassara
66.
'Tarhuntassa in the Südburg Hieroglyphic Inscription,' in Recent Developments in Hittite
     Archaeology and History. Papers in Memory of Hans G. Güterbock (edd. A. Yener & H.
     Hoffner) (2002) 137-143 tarhuntassa
67.
'A Hittite Fertility Rite?' in Akten des IV. internationalen Kongresses für Hethitologie.
Würzburg 4.-8. Oktober 1999 (ed. G. Wilhelm) (2002) 404-409 ararkiskanzi
68.
'Sibilants in Carian,' in Novalis Indogermanica. Festschrift für Günter Neumann zum 80.
     Geburtstag (edd. M. Fritz & S. Zeilfelder) (2002) 305-313 cariansibilants
69.
'The God Sanda in Lycia?' in Silva Anatolica. Anatolian Studies Presented to Maciej Popko
     on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday (ed. P. Taracha) (2002) 241-251 FSpopko
70.
'Covert Possessive Compounds in Hittite,' in The Linguist's Linguist. A Collection of Papers
 in Honor of Alexis Manaster Ramer (ed. F. Cavoto) (2002) 297-302 covertcompounds 71. 'Sanskrit sárdigdi-,' in Indic and Iranian Studies in Honor of Stanley Insler on his Sixty-Fifth
     Birthday (edd. J. Brereton and St. Jamison) (2002) 325-328 sardigrdi
72.
'A Practical Approach to Verbal Aspect in Hittite' (with Harry A. Hoffner Jr.), in Anatolia
Antica. Studi in memoria di Fiorella Imparati (ed. S. di Martino and F. Pecchioli
Daddi) (2002) 377-390 gsimparati
73. 'Hieroglyphic Luvian REL-ipa "indeed, certainly",' in Indo-European Perspectives (ed. M.
     Southern) (2002) 223-232 REL-ipa
74.
'Introduction; Prehistory; Language' (Chapters 1,2 and 5) in The Luwians (ed. C. Melchert)
     (2003) 1-7, 8-26, and 170-210
75.
'The Dialectal Position of Lycian and Lydian with Anatolian,' in Licia e Lidia prima dell'
     Ellenizzazione. Atti del Convegno internazionale. Roma, 11-12 ottobre 1999 (ed. M.
     Giorgieri et al.) (2003) 265-272 lica&lidia
76.
'Hittite Nominal Stems in -anzan-,' in Indogermanisches Nomen. Akten der Arbeitstagung der
     Indogermanischen Gesellschaft/Society for I-E Studies/Société des Etudes Indo-
     Européennes. Freiburg 19. bis 21. September 2001(ed. E. Tichy et al.) (2003) 129-139
     sumanzan
77.
'PIE "thorn" in Cuneiform Luvian?', in Proceedings of the 14th Annual UCLA Indo-European
     Conference, ed. K. Jones-Bley et al.) (2003) 145-161 thorn
78.
'Hittite antaka- "loins" and an Overlooked Myth about Fire,' in Hittite Studies in Honor of
Harry A. Hoffner Jr. (ed. G. Beckman, R. Beal & G. McMahon) (2003) 281-287 FShoffner
79.
'Hieroglyphic Luvian Verbs in -min(a),' in Per Aspera ad Asteriskos. Studia Indogermanica in
     honorem Jens Elmegård Rasmussen sexagenarii Idibus Martiis anno MMIV (ed. A. 
     Hyllested et al.) (2004) 355-362 mina
80.
'The Inflection of Some Irregular Luvian Neuter Nouns,' in Šarnikziel. Hethitologische
Studien zum Gedenken an Emil Orgetorix Forrer (edd. D. Groddek and S. Rößle)
(2004) 471-475 sarnikzel
81.
'Luvian, Palaic, Lycian, Lydian, Carian,' in The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the World's
     Ancient Languages (ed. R. Woodard) (2004) 576-613
82.
'A Luwian Dedication,' in Indo-European Perspectives. Studies in Honour of Anna Morpurgo
     Davies (ed. J. Penney) (2004) 370-379 fsmorpurgo
83.
'Second Thoughts on PIE *y and *h2 in Lydian,' in Studia Anatolica et Varia. Mélange offerts
     à Professeur René Lebrun, Volume 2 (ed. M. Mazoyer and O. Casabonne) (2004)
139-150 lebrun
84.
'Latin insolēscō, Hittite šulle(šš)- and PIE Statives in -ē-' in H́ mánasā. Studies Presented
     to Professor Leonard G. Herzenberg on His 70th Birthday (ed. N. N. Kazansky) (2004)
     90-98 fsherzenberg
85.
'The Problem of Luvian Influence on Hittite', in Sprachkontakt und Sprachwandel, Akten der
     XI. Fachtagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft 17.-23. September 2000, Halle an
     der Saale (edd. G. Meiser & O. Hackstein) (2005) 445-460 halle
86. 'Indo-European Verbal Art in Luvian,' in La langue poétique indo-européenne (edd.
G. Pinault and D. Petit) (2006) 291-298 luvianverbalart
87. 'Medio-Passive Forms in Lydian?' in Studi linguistici in onore di Roberto Gusmani (ed. R.
       Bombi et al.) (2006) 1161-1166 fsgusmani.pdf
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der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft. Erlangen, 14.-16. September 2011 (ed. N.
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Femininum: Flexion oder Wortbildung? Zum Andenken an Johannes Schmidt (ed.
R. Schuhmann & S. Neri) (forthcoming)
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'Hittite išpar- ‘to spread out’ and išparre/a- ‘to kick’,' in Acts of the 8th International
      Congress of Hittitology (ed. P. Taracha) (to appear)
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      G. Giannakis) (to appear)
'Lycian alaha- and alada/ehali-,' in Les Langues d’attestation fragmentaire dans
l’espace méditerranéen au Ier millénaire avant notre ère : inscriptions, genres
épigraphiques et analyse socio-linguistique (ed. E. Dupraz) (to appear)  
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'Reciprocity and Commerce in Bronze and Iron Age Anatolia,' in Proceedings of the
      57e Recontre Assyriologique Internationale (ed. A. Archi) (to appear)
'Hittite nakku(wa)- ‘(spirits of) the dead’,' (to appear in a forthcoming Festschrift)
'Alleged “Right Dislocation” in Hittite,' Gedenkschrift Heinrich Otten (ed. A. Müller-
Karpe, E. Rieken, and W. Sommerfeld) (to appear)
'Mediopassives in *-skˊe/o- to Active Intransitives,' (to appear in a forthcoming
Festschrift)
'The Hieroglyphic Luvian Verb PUGNUS.PUGNUS,' (to appear in a forthcoming
Festschrift)
'The Role of Indo-European Studies in the XXIst Century,' in Oxford Handbook of
Diachronic and Historical Linguistics (ed. P. Crisma and G. Longobardi) (to appear)
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     Anatolians in the Late Bronze Age: The Ahhijawa Question (ed. A. Teffeteller)
'The Position of Anatolian,' in Handbook of Indo-European Studies (edd. A. Garrett &
      M. Weiss) (to appear)


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    www.achemenet.com/ pdf/lyciens/letoon.pdf (5 pp.)
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Hans Gustav Güterbock.
Oriental Institute 1999-2000 Annual Report (2000) 5-7 güterbock
Erich Neu (1936-1999). Indo-European Studies Bulletin, UCLA 9/2 (2001) 20 neu
In memoriam Alexandr Lehrman. Journal of Indo-European Studies 41.1/2 (2013) 311-317
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In memoriam Calvert Watkins. Journal of Indo-European Studies 41.3/4 (2013) 506-526
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