BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

YEAR

ARTICLE

 

 

001   1982-3

Etruscan Origins: The Epigraphic Evidence. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 14-15. Pp. 91-117.

002   1984-5

Lydian: Separated from Luwian by three signs. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 16-17. Pp. 91-113.

003   1984-5

Origins of the Sidetic Script. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 16-17. Pp. 115-127.

004   1986-7

The Recently Discovered Greek-Etruscan Bilingue from Delphi. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 18-19. Pp. 125-153.

005   1988-9

The Recently Discovered Greek-Sidetic Bilingue from Seleucia. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 20-21. Pp. 87-96.

006   1988-9

Epigraphic Evidence for Alien Residents of a Third Kind at Pithecussae/Cumae, Italy, c. 750-675 BC. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 20-21. Pp. 97-108.

007   1988-9

Etruscan Numerals in Indo-European Perspective. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 20-21. Pp. 109-124.

008   1988-9

Misinformation in Antiquity. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 20-21. Pp. 133-135.

009   1989

De Santorini-uitbarsting en de Ondergang van de Minoische Beschaving. In: Catastrofen, Bedreigingen van het bestaan, J.H. Daams (ed.). Pp. 79-103. Amsterdam: Van Nijgh en Ditmar.

010   1989

Thracians, Luwians and Greeks in Bronze Age Central Greece. Thracians & Mycenaeans, Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress of Thracology, Rotterdam 24-26 September 1984, J.G.P. Best & N.M.W. de Vries (eds.). Publications of the Henri Frankfort Foundation 11. Pp. 191-204. Leiden: E.J. Brill.

011   1990

The Sardis Bilingue Reconsidered. Orpheus, Journal of Indo-European, Palaeo-Balkan and Thracian Studies 0. Pp. 90-106.

012   1990-1

The Dawn of Indo-European Literacy. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 22-23. Pp. 139-149.

013   1990-1

The Earliest Inscription from Tarquinia. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 22-23. Pp. 151-161.

014   1991

Etruscan & Luwian. The Journal of Indo-European Studies 19, 1&2. Pp. 133-150

015   1991

The Earliest Evidence of Luwian Hieroglyphic Writing. Orpheus, Journal of Indo-European and Thracian Studies 1. Pp. 135-143.

016   1992

Evidence of Bilinguism in  Cretan Hieroglyphic. Cretan Studies 3. Pp. 191-201.

017   1992-3

On the Dating of Luwian Great Kings. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 24-25. Pp. 167-219.

018   1993

De wilde vaart van de vroegste Etrusken. Tijdschrift voor Mediterrane Archeologie 11. Pp. 41-47.

019   1993

Old Phrygian: Some Texts and Relations. The Journal of Indo-European Studies 21, 1&2. Pp. 1-25.

020   1993

Historical Backgrounds to the Old Phrygian-Greek Linguistic Relationship. In: Atti del VIº Congresso Internazionale di Tracologia, Palma de Mallorca 24-28 March 1992, Alexander Fol (ed.). Pp. 377-394. Roma: Nagard.

021   1994

Tablet RS 20.25 from Ugarit: Evidence of Maritime Trade in the Final Years of the Bronze Age. Ugarit-Forschungen 26. Pp. 509-538.

022   1994-5

Toponomy and the Urbanization of Etruria. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 26-27. Pp. 81-88.

023   1994-5

Luwian Hieroglyphic Monumental Rock and Stone Inscriptions from the Hittite Empire Period. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 26-27. Pp. 153-217.

024   1995

The Late Hittite Empire in the light of recently discovered Luwian hieroglyphic texts [= Paper to the Sixth Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference, Los Angeles 26-28 May, 1994]. The Journal of Indo-European Studies 23, 1&2. Pp. 53-81.

025   1997

The Bee-Sign (Evans no. 86): An Instance of Egyptian Influence on Cretan Hieroglyphic. Kadmos 36. Pp. 97-110.

026   1998-9

The Celtic Nature of the Southwest Iberian Inscriptions. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 30-31. Pp. 159-174.

027   1998-9

Nanas, A Luwian Personal Name in the West. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 30-31. Pp. 175-179.

028   2000-1

The Earliest Inscription from Thrace. In: The Black Sea Region in the Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Period, Gocha R. Tsetskhladze & Jan G. de Boer (eds.) [= Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 32-33]. Pp. 289-305.

029   2001

Review of Dieter Steinbauer, Neues Handbuch des Etruskischen, Scripta Mercaturae, St. Katharinen 1999. The Journal of Indo-European Studies 29, 3 & 4. Pp. 499-508.

030   2001

Defining Atlantis in Space and Time. Ugarit-Forschungen 33. Pp. 605-620.

031   2002

The Luwian Hieroglyphic Inscriptions of the Emirgazi Stone Altars. Ancient West & East 1, 1. Pp. 67-86.

032   2002

A Minoan Royal Seal Issued at Malia. Kadmos 41. Pp. 123-128.

033   2002

The Trowel-Sign (Evans no. 18): Another Instance of Egyptian Influence on Cretan Hieroglyphic. Kadmos 41. Pp. 129-130.

034   2002-3

Etruscan Origins. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 34-35. Pp. 55-70.

035   2003

The Luwian Hieroglyphic Contribution to Anatolian Geography. Anatolica 28. Pp.1-6.

036   2003

De Discus van Callantsoog. Detector Magazine 69, juli. P. 11.

037   2003

De tweetalige inscripties op de gouden plaatjes van Pyrgi en het probleem van de oorsprong der Etrusken. Hermeneus 75, 5. Pp. 318-324.

038   2003

The Luwian Hieroglyphic Inscription on the Stele from Karahöyük-Elbistan. Ancient West & East 2, 2. Pp. 211-224.

039   2004

De Herkomst der Etrusken. Phoenix 50, 3. Pp. 147-158.

040   2004

Etruscan Adds Four Hundred Years of History to Africa as a Name, a Concept and a Continent. Quest 18. Pp. 125-8.

041   2004-5

Reflexes of Western Anatolian Toponyms in the Linear B Texts (= Appendix to Jorrit Kelder, Merchants and Warriors, The Mycenaeans in Western Anatolia). Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 36-37. Pp. 86-87.

042   2004-5

Further Evidence on the Relation between Celtiberian and Southwest Iberian: The Case of the Inscription from Sasamón. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 36-37. Pp. 155-163.

043   2004-5

Mira: Evidence for Continuity in Western Anatolia during the Transition from the Late Bronze to Early Iron Age. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 36-37. Pp. 165-169.

044   2004-5

Some More on Cretan Hieroglyphic Seals. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 36-37. Pp. 171-186.

045   2005

The Language(s) of Linear A: An Updated Review Article. DO-SO-MO 6. Pp. 95-120.

046   2005

A Mycenaean Royal Trader. DO-SO-MO 6. Pp. 143-144.

047   2005

Middle Bronze Age Luwian Hieroglyphic and its Ramifications to Crete. In: Acts of the Vth International Congress of Hittitology, Çorum, September 2-8, 2002, Aygül Süel (ed.). Pp. 731-746. Ankara.

048   2006

Untying the Cretan Hieroglyphic Knot. Ancient West & East 5,1. Pp. 1-12.

049   2006

Aspects of Anatolian Religion. Pluralismus und Wandel in den Religionen im vorhellenistischen Anatolien. Akten des religionsgeschichtlichen Symposiums in Bonn (19.-20. Mai 2005), (= Alter Orient und Altes Testament 337), Manfred Hutter & Sylvia Hutter-Braunsar (Hrsg.). Pp. 241-248. Münster: Ugarit-Verlag.

050   2006

The Transmission of the Phoenician Alphabet in the Mediterranean Region. Rivista di Studi Fenici 34, 2 [2009]. Pp. 173-184.

051   2006-7

Two Assuwian Royal Seals. Jaarbericht Ex Oriente Lux 40. Pp. 125-129.

052   2006-7

Dionysos and his Cult in Etruscan Texts. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 38-39. Pp. 249-257.

053   2006-7

Traces of Ethnic Identities in Etruscan Onomastics. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 38-39. Pp. 259-276.

054   2007

Review of Jean Hadas-Lebel, Le bilinguisme étrusco-latin, Contribution d’Études Classiques 41, Édition Peeters, Louvain-Paris-Dudley, MA, 2004. Gnomon. Pp. 465-466.

055   2007

Great King Wasusarmas’ Victory Memorial at Topada. Ancient West & East 6. Pp. 23-41.

056   2007

On the Byblos Script. Ugarit-Forschungen 39. Pp. 689-756.

057   2008

Ritual Prescriptions in the Etruscan Liber Linteus. Res Antiquae 5. Pp. 281-296.

058   2008

The Foundation Charter of the Kamanas Town Fortifications. Ancient West & East 7. Pp. 1-16.

059   2008

Various Versions of the Linear A Libation Formula, Again, But now in their Entrirety. Ugarit-Forschungen 40. Pp. 571-584.

060   2008-9

Frits Waanders &, Phrygian & Greek. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 40-41. Pp. 181-217.

061   2008-9

Lia Rietveld &, Review of Ilya S. Yakubovich, Sociolinguistics of the Luvian Language, Chicago 2008. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 40-41. Pp. 227-236.

062   2009

Minoan Oversea’s Contacts: The Epigraphic Evidence. Dacia, Revue d’Archéologie et d’Histoire Ancienne LIII. Pp. 5-11.

063   2010

Towards a Chronological Framework for Significant Dialectal Tendencies in Indo-European. Journal of Indo-European Studies 38. Pp. 41-131.

064   2010

Reflections of a Trifunctional Religious Ideology among Indo-European Population Groups of the 3rd and 2nd Millennia BC. Studia Indo-Europaea 4. Pp. 207-230.

065   2010

The Recently Discovered Luwian Hieroglyphic Inscription from Tell Ahmar. Ancient West & East 9. Pp. 1-19.

066   2010

The Linear A Inscription on the Idol from Monte Morrone, Italy. In: Acts of the VIIth International Congress of Hittitology, Çorum, August 25-31, 2008, Volume II, Yayına Hazırlayan & Aygül Süel (eds.). Pp. 961-969. Ankara: Anit Matbaa.

067   2010-1

The Luwian Hieroglyphic Texts Maraş 8, İskenderun, and Maraş 14. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 42-43. Pp. 193-206.

068   2010-1

Two Notes on Lydian. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 42-43. Pp. 207-213.

069   2010-1

Some More Etruscan Inscriptions. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 42-43. Pp. 215-234.

070   2010-1

The Geography of Southwest Anatolia, Notes to Gander 2010. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 42-43. Pp. 235-240.

071   2010-1

Roald F. Docter &, Fourty-Two Years Talanta: An Index to Volumes I-XLII/XLIII. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 42-43. Pp. 241-269.

072   2011

Review of Jorrit M. Kelder, The kingdom of Mycenae, A Great Kingdom in the Late Bronze Age, CDL Press, Bethesda, 2010. Bibliotheca Orientalis 68, 1-2 (januari-april). Columns 140-145.

073   2011

The Bee-Sign (Evans no. 86): An Instance of Egyptian Influence on Cretan Hieroglyphic. In: Black Athena comes of age, Towards a constructive re-assessment, Wim M. J. Van Binsbergen (ed.). Pp. 283-296. Münster: Lit Verlag Dr. Hopf Berlin.

074   2011

Review of Benjamin Sass, The Alphabet at the Turn of the Millennium: The West Semitic Alphabet ca. 1150-850 BCE. The Antiquity of the Arabian, Greek and Phrygian Alphabets. Tel Aviv Occasional  Publications 4, The Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology, Tel Aviv University, The Emery and Claire Yass Publications in Archaeology, Tel Aviv, 2005. Ancient West & East 10. Pp. 516-519.

075   2011

The Largest Cretan Hieroglyphic Seal. Ugarit-Forschungen 43. Pp. 523-532.

076   2012

Stamp Seal from Beycesultan. Journal of Indo-European Studies 40. Pp. 1-10.

077   2012

The Saga of the Argonauts: A Reflex of Thraco-Phrygian Maritime Encroachment on the Southern Pontic Littoral. In: The Black Sea, Paphlagonia, Pontus and Phrygia in Antiquity, Aspects of Archaeology and Ancient History, Gocha R. Tsetskhladze (ed.). British Archaeological Reports, International Series 2432. Pp. 263-271. Oxford: Archaeopress.

078   2012

Lycian Forms of the Enclitic Pronoun of the 3rd Person: An Overview of the Relevant Data. Colloquium Anatolicum XI. Pp. 415-436.

079   2012

Late Bronze Age Hydronyms and Toponyms of Indo-European Nature in Western Anatolia. Živa Antika 62. Pp. 5-16.

080   2013

The Amathus Bilingual Inscription. In: De Hattuša à Memphis, Jacques Freu in honorem, Collection Kubaba, Série Antiquité, Michel Mazoyer & Sydney Hervé Aufrère (éds.). Pp. 193-199. Paris: L’Harmattan.

081   2013

Three Luwian Hieroglyphic Late Bronze Age Inscriptions. Ancient West & East 12. Pp. 1-15.

082   2013

On the Reading of the Luwian Hieroglyphic Legends of the Schimmel Rhyton. Colloquium Anatolicum XII. Pp. 333-344.

083   2013

Traces of Ethnic Diversity in Mycenaean Greece. Dacia N.S. LVII. Pp. 5-21.

084   2013

Note on the Karkamisian Dynasty of the Early Iron Age. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 2013, 4, no. 87. Pp. 147-149.

085   2013

On the Identity of the Indo-European Substrate in Western Anatolia. Živa Antika 63. Pp. 5-11.

086   2014

Note on the Royal House of Yamkhad and its Sekundogenitur at Alalakh during the Later Stage of the Middle Bronze Age. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 2014, 1, no. 18. Pp. 28-29.

087   2014

Note on the Various Names of the Cilician Plain in the Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Sources. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 2014, 3, no. 69. Pp. 112-114.

088   2014

Geography of Western Anatolia. Homère et l’Anatolie 2, Collection Kubaba, Série Antiquité, Valérie Faranton & Michel Mazoyer (éds.). Pp. 119-136. Paris: L’Harmattan.

089   2014

The Earliest Recorded Lycian. Res Antiquae 11. Pp. 207-212.

090   2014

Review of Alice Mouton, Ian Rutherford, & Ilya Yakubovich (eds.), Luwian Identities, Culture, Language and Religion Between Anatolia and the Aegean, Culture and History of the Ancient Near East 64, Brill, Leiden-Boston, 2013. Bibliotheca Orientalis 71, 3-4 (mei-augustus). Columns 501-505.

091   2014

Note on the Second Column in Line 2 of the Luwian Hieroglyphic Inscription on the Stele Çalapverdi 3. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 2014, 4, no. 89. Pp. 138-139.

098   2014

Luwian Kuruntas and Celtic Cernunnos: Two Closely Related Manifestations of the Same Indo-European God. Živa Antika 63. Pp. 55-60.

092   2014-5

Some Southwest Iberian Inscriptions. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 46-47. Pp. 299-334.

093   2014-5

Review of Jorrit Kelder, Günay Uslu, and Ömer Serifoglu (eds.), Troy. City, Homer, Turkey, Zwolle/Amsterdam 2012. Talanta, Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 46-47. Pp. 353-357.

094   2015

The Geography of the Hittite Empire and the Distribution of Luwian Hieroglyphic Seals. Klio 97.1. Pp. 7-31.

095   2015

Some suggestions as to the improvement of our understanding of the contents of the recently discovered Luwian hieroglyphic text Aleppo 6. Ancient West & East 14. Pp. 293-300.

096   2015

Some Celtiberian Tesserae Hospitales. Ollodagos XXXI. Pp. 3-36.

099   2015

The Sea Peoples: Superior on Land and at Sea. Dacia N.S. LIX. Pp. 215-225.

100   2015

Kuruntas: A Recollection of the Relevant Data. Historische Sprachforschung 128. Pp. 299-315.

097   2016

 

Review of Annick Payne, Iron Age Hieroglyphic Luwian Inscriptions, Writings from the Ancient World 29, Society of Biblical Literature, Atlanta, 2012. Review of Biblical Literature 02/2016.

102   2016

The Genitive Plural in Luwian Hieroglyphic and its Comparanda from the Related Luwian Languages. In: Dündar, Erkan, Aktaş, Şevket, Koçak, Mustafa, & Erkoç, Serap, (Hrsg.), Havva İşkan’a Armağan, Lykıarkhıssa, Festschrift für Havva İşkan. Pp. 881-884. İstanbul: Ege Yayınları.

101   2017

  [102/28]

The Earliest Indo-Europeans in Anatolia. In: Kertai, David, & Nieuwenhuyse, Olivier, (eds.), From the Four Corners of the Earth, Studies in Iconography and Cultures of the Ancient Near East in Honour of F.A.M. Wiggermann, Alter Orient und Altes Testament, Veröffentlichungen zur Kultur und Geschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, Band 441. Pp. 309-317. Münster: Ugarit-Verlag.

T01   2011

Luwians: The Earliest Indo-Europeans in Crete. Proceedings of the International Conference Europe Through Millennia—Languages, Races, Cultures, Beliefs, Lódź, 25th-26th June 2004.

 

 

YEAR

BOOK

 

 

B01  1988

Jan Best &, Ancient Scripts from Crete and Cyprus. Publications of the Henri Frankfort Foundation 9. Leiden: E.J. Brill.

B02  1989

Jan Best &, Lost Languages from the Mediterranean. Publications of the Henri Frankfort Foundation 10. Leiden: E.J. Brill.

B03  1992

Linguistica Tyrrhenica, A Compendium of Recent Results in Etruscan Linguistics. Amsterdam: J.C. Gieben.

B04  1992

The Language of the Sea Peoples, With a Foreword by Jan Best. Publications of the Henri Frankfort Foundation 12. Amsterdam: Najade Press.

B05  1998

Linguistica Tyrrhenica II, The Etruscan Liturgical Calendar from Capua, Addenda et Corrigenda ad Volume I. Amsterdam: J.C. Gieben.

B06  2004

Luwian Hieroglyphic Monumental Rock and Stone Inscriptions from the Hittite Empire Period. Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft, Sonderheft 116. Innsbruck: Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft.

B07  2004

Selected Luwian Hieroglyphic Texts [1]. Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft, Sonderheft 120. Innsbruck: Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft.

B08  2004

Winfried Achterberg, Jan Best, Kees Enzler, Lia Rietveld &, The Phaistos Disc: A Luwian Letter to Nestor. Publications of the Henri Frankfort Foundation 13. Amsterdam: Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society.

B09  2005

Selected Luwian Hieroglyphic Texts 2. Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft, Sonderheft 124. Innsbruck: Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft.

B10  2006

The Ethnicity of the Sea Peoples (dissertation).

B11  2006

The Earliest Cretan Scripts [1]. Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft, Sonderheft 125. Innsbruck: Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft.

B12  2008

Etruscan as a Colonial Luwian Language, Linguistica Tyrrhenica III. Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft, Sonderheft 128. Innsbruck: Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft.

B13  2009

The Earliest Cretan Scripts 2. Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft, Sonderheft 129. Innsbruck: Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft.

B14  2011

Wim M.J. van Binsbergen &, Ethnicity in Mediterranean Protohistory. British Archaeological Reports, International Series 2256. Oxford: Archaeopress.

B15  2011

Selected Luwian Hieroglyphic Texts: The Extended Version. Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft 141. Innsbruck: Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft.

B16  2013

The Liber Linteus, A Word for Word Commentary to and Translation of the Longest Etruscan Text. Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft, Neu Folge 5. Innsbruck: Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft.

B17  2015

 

Luwian Hieroglyphic: Texts, Grammar, Indices. Heiloo (On line: academia.edu).

B18  2016

Documents in Minoan Luwian, Semitic, and Pelasgian. Publications of the Henri Frankfort Foundation 14. Amsterdam: Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society (On line: www.talanta.nl).

B19  2017

  [19]

The Language of Linear C and Linear D from Cyprus. Publications of the Henri Frankfort Foundation 15. Amsterdam: Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society (On line: www.talanta.nl).

grand total:

121 publications

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