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Series: Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft

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Grundzüge der vergleichenden Syntax der indogermanischen Sprachen by Hans Krahe8
The meaning of Homeric [euchomai] through its formulas (Innsbrucker Beitrage zur Sprachwissenschaft) by Leonard Charles Muellner13
Studies in Greek, Italic, and Indo-European linguistics: Offered to Leonard R. Palmer on the occasion of his seventieth birthday, June 5, 1976 (Innsbrucker Beitrage zur Sprachwissenschaft) by Anna Morpurgo Davies16
Achilles, Patroklos and the meaning of philos (Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft) by Dale S Sinos29
Grammatik des Klassisch-Armenischen mit Sprachvergleichenden Erläuterungen. 2., durchgesehene Auflage by Rüdiger Schmitt32
Hethitisch-deutsches Worterverzeichnis: Mit einem semasiologischen Index (Innsbrucker Beitrage zur Sprachwissenschaft) (German Edition) by Johann Tischler39
Serta Indogermanica : Festschrift für Günter Neumann zum 60. Geburtstag by Johann Tischler40
Bemerkungen zu den Reflexen indogermanischer Dentale im Tocharischen by Peter Anreiter42
The origins of Indo-European quantitative ablaut by Richard D. Fulk49
Rekonstruktion und relative Chronologie : Akten der 8. Fachtagung der Indogermansichen Gesellschaft, Leiden, 31. August - 4. September 198765
The Indo-European origins of the Old Irish nasal presents, subjunctives and futures by Kim McCone66
Indogermanica et Italica : Festschrift für Helmut Rix zum 65. Geburtstag72
Die erste Botorrita-Inschrift : Interpretation eines keltiberischen Sprachdenkmals by Wolfgang Meid76
Sprachen und Schriften des antiken Mittelmeerraums : Festschrift für Jürgen Untermann zum 65. Geburtstag78
Selected writings (2 Vols) (Innsbrucker Beitrage zur Sprachwissenschaft) by Calvert Watkins80
Sekundäradjektive in den altirischen Glossen : Untersuchungen zur präfixalen und suffixalen Wortbildung by Dagmar S. Wodtko81
Verba et structurae: Festschrift für Klaus Strunk zum 65. Geburtstag by Heinrich Hettrich83
Studies in the syntax and semantics of the reduplicated presents of Homeric Greek and Indo-European (Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft) by Giorgios K Giannakis90
Mír curad: Studies in honor of Calvert Watkins by Jay Jasanoff92
Sprache und Kultur der Indogermanen : Akten der X. Fachtagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft Innsbruck, 22.-28. September 1996 by Wolfgang Meid93
Avestische Laut- und Flexionslehre by Karl Hoffmann115

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