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Historisch-Vergleichende Sprachwissenschaft
Institut für Linguistik
D-50923 Köln

Publikationen

Monographien

Artikel

  • Ginevra Riccardo. 2020. Gods who Shine through the Millennia: Old Norse Baldr, Celtic Belinos, Old Irish Balar, and PIE *bʰelH- ‘be white, shine’. In: Luka Repanšek, Harald Bichlmeier, e Velizar Sadovski (edd.): vácāṃsi miśrā́ kr̥ṇavāvahai. Akten der Arbeitstagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft vom 4. bis 7. Juni 2019 in Ljubljana. Hamburg: Baar Verlag.
  • Ginevra, Riccardo. 2020. Foamy Rivers and the Wife of the Ocean: Greek ποταμός ‘river’, Τηθῡ́ς ‘mother of all rivers’, and Proto‑Indo‑European *ku̯eth₂‑ ‘foam, seethe’. Papers on Ancient Greek Linguistics. Proceedings of the Ninth International Colloquium on Ancient Greek Linguistics (ICAGL 9), 30 August – 1 September 2018, Helsinki (pp. 99-110). (COMMENTATIONES HUMANARUM LITTERARUM).
  • Ginevra, Riccardo. 2020. Indo-European Cosmology and Poetics: Cosmic Merisms in Comparative and Cognitive Perspective. Archivio Glottologico Italiano, 104, 5-17.
  • Ginevra, Riccardo. 2020. Myths of non‑functioning fertility deities in Hittite and Core Indo-European. In: Matilde Serangeli & Thomas Olander (eds.), Dispersals and Diversification. Linguistic and Archaeological Perspectives on the Early Stages of Indo-European, pp. 106-129. Leiden: Brill.
  • Ginevra, Riccardo. 2019. Vedic bhiṣáj- ‘healer’ (*bʰh₂s-h₂éǵ- 'the one who leads to the light'), the Indo-European poetics of [LIGHT] as [LIFE] and the mythology of the Aśvins. Incontri linguistici, 42, 67-85.
  • Ginevra, Riccardo. 2019. Proto-Romance *pī̆k(k) ‘small, little’ and Proto-Indo-European *pei̯ḱ- ‘cut (off), carve, fashion’: on the origin of Italian piccolo, Spanish pequeño, Sicilian picca, Latin *pīcus ‘small’ and pīcus ‘divine fashioner; woodpecker’. In: Benedetta Aldinucci et al. (eds.), Parola. Una nozione unica per una ricerca multidisciplinare, pp. 343-352. Siena: Edizioni Università per Stranieri di Siena.
  • Ginevra, Riccardo. 2019. Indo-European poetics, mythology, and folktale in the Homeric Hymn to Demeter: Ὑλοτόμος, ὑποτάμνον, and a new interpretation for lines 227-230 and the Demophon episode. In A. Porro & S. Barbantani (eds.), Δόσις δ'ὀλίγη τε φίλη τε. Studi offerti a Mario Cantilena per i suoi settant'anni, 27-46. Milano: Vita e Pensiero.
  • Ginevra, Riccardo. 2018. Old Norse Sígyn (*sei̯ku̯-n̥-i̯éh2- ‘she of the pouring’), Vedic °sécanī- ‘pouring’, Celtic Sēquana and PIE *sei̯ku̯- ‘pour’. In D. M. Goldstein, S. W. Jamison & B. Vine (eds.), Proceedings of the 29th Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference, 65-76. Bremen: Hempen.
  • Ginevra, Riccardo. 2018. Il [DORSO – delle ACQUE] in antico nordico (bak báru ‘dorso dell’onda’) e in antico inglese (sǣs hrycg ‘dorso del mare’): innovazione e tradizione di una metafora indoeuropea in ambito germanico. AION Linguistica, 7. 
  • Ginevra, Riccardo. 2018. Old Norse Brokkr, Sanskrit Bhr̥gu- and PIE *(s)bhr̥(h2)g- ‘crackle, roar’. In David M. Goldstein, Stephanie W. Jamison & Brent Vine (eds.), Proceedings of the 28th Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference. Bremen.

 

Vorträge

  • “Old Norse Mythology and Onomastics from an Indo European Perspective”. Internationale Nachwuchstagung der Vergleichenden germanischen Sprachwissenschaft (University of Zurich, 7 8 June 2018).
  • “Οὔτ᾽ἄρ᾽ἐπηλυσίη δηλήσεται οὔθ᾽ὑποτάμνον: poetica indoeuropea, mitologia comparata e folktale nell’Inno omerico a Demetra”. Conference “Δόσις δ’ὀλίγη τε φίλη τε. Giornata di studi in onore di Mario Cantilena” (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano, 18 April 2018).
  • “The Wife of Fire and the Lover of the Waters: the Old Norse theonym Sígyn 'she of the pouring', Vedic °sécanī- 'pouring, pouring ladle' and Celtic Sēquanā”. 29th Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference (University of California Los Angeles, 3 4 November 2017).
  • “Myths of non functioning fertility deities in Hittite and Core Indo European”. Conference “The Split: Reconstructing Early Indo-European Language and Culture” (University of Copenhagen, 13 5 September 2017).
  • “Ved. bhiṣáj- 'healer' (epithet of the Aśvins), the PIE collocation [LEAD (*h2eǵ-) – to the LIGHT (*bheh2-)] and the phases of healing in AVŚ 8.1”. Conference “Ritual und Terminologie: Phasen antiker Rituale und ihre Bezeichnungen” (University of Würzburg, 7 8 September 2017).
  • “Indo European Myths of the [WOMAN/WIFE– of the FIRE-Deity]: the Etymology of Old Norse Sigyn”. 3. Indogermanistisches Forschungskolloquium (University of Vienna, 20 1 April 2017).
  • “Old Norse Brokkr, Sanskrit Bhr̥gu-, and PIE *(s)bhr̥h2eg- ‘crackle, roar’”. 28th Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference (University of California, Los Angeles, 11 2 November 2016).
  • “Old Norse Sigyn”. Annual Colloquium of the Henry Sweet Society “Onomastics and its History” (Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, 13 5 September 2016).
  • “Indogermanische mythologische Erzählungen und Rituale: Der Mythos von Baldrs Tod”. Conference “Ritus im Mythos: Zur Darstellung von Ritualen in mythologischen Texten” (University of Würzburg, 27 July 2016).
  • “Loki and Brokk, Agni and Bhr̥gu”. 2. Indogermanistisches Forschungskolloquium (University of Würzburg, 31 March – 1 April 2016).
  • “Strutture tematiche e collocazioni fraseologiche in narrazioni orali indoeuropee”. Conference “Conversando sulle lingue. Tra storia e sistema” (Università per Stranieri di Siena, 5 March 2015).