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García Alonso (Juan Luis) (ed.), Luján (Eugenio R.) (ed.): A Greek man in the Iberian street: papers in linguistics in honour of Javier de Hoz / edited by Eugenio R. Luján and Juan Luis García Alonso.
IBS, 140. Innsbruck: Institut für Sprachen und Literaturen der Universität Innsbruck, Bereich Sprachwissenschaft, 2011. 434 pp.
Rev. by
Pierre-Yves Lambert, in ÉtC 40 (2014), pp. 314-318.
Rüdiger Schmitt, in Kratylos 57 (2012), pp. 97-102.
O. B. Simkin, in ZCP 60 (2013), pp. 302-306.
Hoz (Javier de) (hon.)

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de Bernardo Stempel (Patrizia): Celtic and beyond: genitives and ablatives in Celtiberian, Lepontic, Goidelic, Gaulish, and Indo-European.
In A Greek man in the Iberian street [Fs. De Hoz] (2011), pp. 149–168.
§7.5 OIr. mac(c)u, moc(c)u < PIE them. gen.-abl. *makkwōd.

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Schmidt (Karl Horst): The contribution of Celtiberian to the history of the Celtic languages.

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Sims-Williams (Patrick): Celto-Etruscan speculations.

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Prosdocimi (Aldo L.): Venetico 3º sg. toler, 3º pl. teuters; a. irl. ·fitir.
In A Greek man in the Iberian street [Fs. De Hoz] (2011), pp. 399–412.
Argues OIr. 3rd sg. pret. ·fitir is from an inherited 3rd sg. form corresponding to Venetic preterites in 3rd sg. -er, 3rd pl. -ers.