Article published in:
Colour Studies: A broad spectrum
Edited by Wendy Anderson, Carole P. Biggam, Carole Hough and Christian Kay
[Not in series 191] 2014
► pp. 328


Burarra–Gun-nartpa Dictionary with English Finder List (BGD)
1994, by Kathleen Glasgow. Darwin: Summer Institute of Linguistics, Australian Aborigines and Islanders Branch.Google Scholar
Dictionary of Old English (DOE)
Hittite Etymological Dictionary (HED)
1984–, by Jaan Puhvel. Berlin & New York: De Gruyter.Google Scholar
Indo-European lexicon: PIE etymon and IE reflexes
Indogermanisches etymologisches Wörterbuch (IEW)
1959–69, ed. by Julius Pokorny. 2 vols. Bern & Munich: Francke Verlag.Google Scholar
Oxford English Dictionary (OED)

Non-dictionary references

Atkinson, Quentin D., and Russell D. Gray
2006 “How Old is the Indo-European Language Family? Illumination or More Moths to the Flame?” In Forster and Renfrew, 91–109.
Aujoulat, Norbert
2005The Splendour of Lascaux: Rediscovering the Greatest Treasure of Prehistoric Art. London: Thames and Hudson.Google Scholar
Bar Josef, Ofer
2002 “The Upper Paleolithic Revolution.” Annual Review of Anthropology 31: 363–393. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Berlin, Brent, and Paul Kay
1969Basic Color Terms: Their Universality and Evolution. Berkeley & Los Angeles: University of California Press.Google Scholar
Berna, Francesco, Paul Goldberg, Liora Kolska Horwitz, James Brink, Sharon Holt, Marion Bamford, and Michael Chazan
2012 “Microstrategraphic Evidence of In Situ Fire in the Acheulean Strata of Wonderwerk Cave, Northern Cape Province, South Africa.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 109 (20): E1215–E1220. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Biggam, C.P.
2006 “Political Upheaval and a Disturbance in the Colour Vocabulary of Early English.” In Biggam and Kay 2006, 159–179.Google Scholar
2007 “The Ambiguity of Brightness (with Special Reference to Old English) and a New Model for Color Description in Semantics.” In Anthropology of Color: Interdisciplinary Multilevel Modeling, ed. by Robert E. MacLaury, Galina V. Paramei, and Don Dedrick, 171–187. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2012The Semantics of Colour: A Historical Approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Biggam, C.P., and C.J. Kay
(eds) 2006Progress in Colour Studies, Volume 1: Language and Culture. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Bouckaert, Remco, Philippe Lemey, Michael Dunn, Simon J. Greenhill, Alexander V. Alekseyenko, Alexei J. Drummond, Russell D. Gray, Marc A. Suchard, and Quentin D. Atkinson
2012 “Mapping the Origins and Expansion of the Indo-European Language Family.” Science 337 (6097): 957–960. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Burke, Brendan
2001“Anatolian Origins of the Gordian Knot Legends.” Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 42 (3): 255–261.Google Scholar
Cook, Jill
2013Ice Age Art: the Arrival of the Modern Mind. London: British Museum Press.Google Scholar
Ferring, Reid, Oriol Oms, Jordi Agusti, Francesco Berna, Medea Nioradze, Teona Shelia, Martha Tappen, Abesalom Vekua, David Zhvania, and David Lordkipanidze
2011 “Earliest Human Occupations at Dmanisi (Georgian Caucasus) Dated to 1.85–1.78 Ma.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108 (26): 10432–10436. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Forster, Peter, and Colin Renfrew
(eds.) 2006Phylogenetic Methods and the Prehistory of Languages. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.Google Scholar
Fortson, Benjamin W.
[2004] 2010Indo-European Language and Culture: An Introduction. 2nd ed. Chichester:Wiley-Blackwell.Google Scholar
Ghurye, Govind Sadashiv
1979Vedic India. Bombay: Popular Prakashan.Google Scholar
Gonda, Jan
(trans.) 1989The Indra Hymns of the Ṛgveda. Orientalia Rheno-traiectina 36. Leiden: Brill.Google Scholar
Griffith, Ralph T.H.
. (trans.) 1889–92The Hymns of the Rigveda Translated with a Popular Commentary. 4 vols. Benares: E. J.Lazarus.Google Scholar
. (trans.) 1895–6. The Hymns of the Atharva-Veda Translated with a Popular Commentary. 2 vols. Benares: E. J.Lazarus.Google Scholar
Harrison, S.P.
2003 “On the Limits of the Comparative Method.” In Joseph and Janda 2003, 213–243.
Hopkins, Edward W.
1883 “Words for Color in the Rig Veda.” American Journal of Philology 4 (2): 166–191. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Jackendoff, Ray
1989 “What Is a Concept, That a Person May Grasp It?Mind and Language 4 (1 & 2): 68–102. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Jones, Rhys, and Betty Meehan
1978 “Anbarra Concept of Colour”. In Australian Aboriginal Concepts, ed. by L. R. Hiatt, 20–39. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.Google Scholar
Joseph, Brian D., and Richard D. Janda
(eds.) 2003The Handbook of Historical Linguistics. Oxford: Blackwell. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kay, Paul
1975 “Synchronic Variability and Diachronic Change in Basic Color Terms.” Language in Society 4: 257–270. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kay, Paul, Brent Berlin, Luisa Maffi, William Merrifield, and Richard Cook
2009The World Color Survey. CSLI Lecture Notes 159. Stanford, Calif.: CSLI Publications.Google Scholar
Kay, Paul, and Luisa Maffi
1999 “Color Appearance and the Emergence and Evolution of Basic Color Lexicons.” American Anthropologist 101 (4): 743–760. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Liu, Hua, Franck Prugnolle, Andrea Manica, and François Balloux
2006 “A Geographically Explicit Genetic Model of Worldwide Human-Settlement History.” American Journal of Human Genetics 79 (2): 230–237. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
MacKenzie, Donald A.
[1913?] Indian Myth and Legend. London: Gresham.Google Scholar
Mallory, J.P., and D.Q. Adams
2006The Oxford Introduction to Proto-Indo-European and the Proto-Indo-European World. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
McMahon, April, and Robert McMahon
2006 “Why Linguists Don’t Do Dates: Evidence from Indo-European and Australian Languages.” In Forster and Renfrew, 153–160.
Mellars, Paul
1994 “The Upper Palaeolithic Revolution.” In The Oxford Illustrated Prehistory of Europe, ed. by Barry Cunliffe, 42–78. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Mithen, Steven
1996The Prehistory of the Mind: A Search for the Origins of Art, Religion and Science. London: Thames and Hudson.Google Scholar
Müller, F. Max
(trans.) 1891Vedic Hymns, Part I: Hymns to the Maruts, Rudra, Vâyu and Vâta. Sacred Books of the East 32. Oxford: Clarendon Press.Google Scholar
Rankin, Robert L.
2003 “The Comparative Method.” In Joseph and Janda 2003, 183–212.Google Scholar
Ringe, Don
2006From Proto-Indo-European to Proto-Germanic. Linguistic History of English 1. Oxford: Oxford University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Schick, Kathy, and Nicholas Toth
2006 “An Overview of the Oldowan Industrial Complex: the Sites and the Nature of their Evidence.” In The Oldowan: Case Studies into the Earliest Stone Age, ed. by Nicholas Toth, and Kathy Schick, 3–42. Stone Age Institute Publication Series 1. Gosport, Ind.: Stone Age Institute Press.Google Scholar
Shields, Kenneth
1979 “Indo-European Basic Colour Terms.” Canadian Journal of Linguistics 24 (2): 142–146.Google Scholar
Singh, Nagendra K.
1997Vedic Mythology. New Delhi: APH Publishing.Google Scholar
Swadesh, Morris
1952 “Lexico-statistical Dating of Prehistoric Ethnic Contacts: With Special Reference to North American Indians and Eskimos”. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 96.4: 452–463.Google Scholar
1955 “Towards Greater Accuracy in Lexicostatistic Dating.” International Journal of American Linguistics 21 (2): 121–137. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
1971The Origin and Diversification of Language, ed. by Joel Sherzer. Chicago:Aldine-Atherton.Google Scholar
Wierzbicka, Anna
2006 “The Semantics of Colour: A New Paradigm.” In Biggam and Kay 2006, 1–24.Google Scholar
Cited by

Cited by 1 other publications

Alexander, Marc & Christian Kay
2014.  In Colour Studies,  pp. 126 ff. Crossref logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 19 november 2021. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.