Ginevra, Riccardo

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MILANO - Dipartimento di Filologia classica, papirologia e linguistica storica  

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1-gen-2021 Inherited Poetics and Indo-European Cosmological Structure in the Vǫluspá, the Homeric Hymn to Demeter, and the Telipinu myth Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2021 Metaphor, metonymy, and myth: Persephone’s death-like journey in the Homeric Hymn to Demeter in the light of Greek phraseology, Indo-European poetics, and Cognitive Linguistics Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2021 Old Norse -yn (Proto-Germanic *-unjō-) and the Re-Analysis and Spread of Derivational Morphology through Semantic Association. On Old Norse Fjǫrgyn ‘Earth(-goddess)’ and Hlóðyn ‘id.’, Celtic Hercynia (silua) ‘Hercynian forest’, Vedic Pŕ̥śni- ‘mother of the Maruts’, and Proto-Indo-European *perḱ- ‘colourful, spotted, dark’ Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2021 Reconstructing Indo-European Metaphors and Metonymies: a Cognitive Linguistic Approach to Comparative Poetics Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2020 Gods who shine through the millennia: Old Norse Baldr, Celtic Belinos, Old Irish Balar, and PIE *bʰelH- ‘be white, shine’ Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2020 Odino Alfǫðr e il nome dei dvergar. Due studi di poetica e mitologia nordica in ottica linguistica e comparativa Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2020 Foamy Rivers and the Wife of the Ocean: Greek ποταμός ‘river’, Τηθῡ́ς ‘mother of all rivers’, and Proto‑Indo‑European *ku̯eth2‑ ‘foam, seethe’ Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2020 Indo-European Cosmology and Poetics: Cosmic Merisms in Comparative and Cognitive Perspective Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2020 Myths of Non-Functioning Fertility Deities in Hittite and Core Indo-European Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2019 Proto-Romance *pī̆k(k)- ‘small, little’ and Proto-Indo-European *peiḱ- ‘cut (off), carve, fashion’: on the origin of Italian piccolo, Spanish pequeño, Sicilian picca, Latin *pīcus ‘small’ and pīcus ‘divine fashioner, woodpecker’ Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2019 Indo-European poetics, mythology, and folktale in the Homeric Hymn to Demeter. Ὑλοτόμος, ὑποτάμνον and a new interpretation for lines 227-30 and the Demophon episode Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-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 Ginevra, R
1-gen-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 Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2018 Old Norse Brokkr, Sanskrit Bhr̥gu- and PIE *(s)bhr̥(h2)g- ‘crackle, roar’ Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2018 Old Norse Sígyn (*sei̯ku̯-n̥-i̯éh2- ‘she of the pouring’), Vedic °sécanī- ‘pouring’, Celtic Sēquana and PIE *sei̯ku̯- ‘pour’ Ginevra, Riccardo