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1-gen-2024 From Etymology to Conceptual Metaphor Theory: Ancient Greek θνῄσκω ‘to die’ and the metaphor DEATH IS DEPARTURE in Indo-European Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2024 Hermes and Prometheus in Scandinavia – or Thor and Thjalfi in Greece: Reconstructing an Indo-European aetiological myth about a prehistoric steppe ritual Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2024 Querying the Lexicon der indogermanischen Verben in the LiLa Knowledge Base: Two Use Cases Boano Valeria, Irene; Passarotti, Marco Carlo; Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2023 Combining WordNets with Treebanks to study idiomatic language: A pilot study on Rigvedic formulas through the lenses of the Sanskrit WordNet and the Vedic Treebank Villa, Luca Brigada; Biagetti, Erica; Ginevra, Riccardo; Zanchi, Chiara
1-gen-2023 Loki’s chains, Agni’s yoke, Prometheus Bound, and the Old English Boethius. Indo-European myths of the “Binding/Yoking of Fire-Gods” in the light of Comparative Poetics and Cognitive Linguistics Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2023 Modelling and Publishing the “Lexicon der indogermanischen Verben” as Linked Open Data Boano Valeria, Irene; Mambrini, Francesco; Passarotti, Marco Carlo; Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2023 The Irish myth of Balar’s killing by Lug, the Norse myth of Baldr’s killing by Loki, and the Indic myth of the Wounded Sun Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2023 The Myth of Baldr’s Death and the Vedic Wounded Sun Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2022 JANDA, MICHAEL: Kentauren und Gandharven. / Apollon und Dionysos Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2022 On Chariots and at Sea: Indo-European Gods of Mobility— Old Norse Njǫrðr, Vedic Sanskrit Nā́satya-, and Proto-Indo-European *nes-ḗt-/-ét- ‘returning (safely home), arriving (at the desired goal)’ Ginevra, Riccardo
1-gen-2022 The Old Norse FrameNet (ONoFN): Developing a New Digital Resource for the Study of Semantics and Syntax within a Medieval Germanic Tradition Ginevra, Riccardo; Mambrini, Francesco
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 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 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 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-2020 Odino Alfǫðr e il nome dei dvergar. Due studi di poetica e mitologia nordica in ottica linguistica e comparativa Ginevra, Riccardo