Founded in 1957, the Indo-Iranian Journal publishes papers on ancient and medieval Indian languages, literature, philosophy, and religion; ancient and medieval Iran; and papers on Tibet.
Recent issues have included linguistic articles on Sanskrit, Middel Indian (Prakrit), New-Indo-Aryan, on Munda linguistics (including the results of field-work), old and modern Dravidian languages (including new material on little-known Central Dravidian languages).
Indo-Iranian Journal also presents numerous reviews of new publications, and lists the many more publications received.
51 Volumes 181 Issues 1,404 Articles available from 1957 - 2008Browse Volumes & Issues
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