Thematic Index of Classics in JStor
hittite, name, anatolian, lycian, ramsay, hittites, lydian, phrygian, ahhiyawa, inscription, asia_minor, texts, luwian, lycia, language, names, duryodhana, kretschmer, indo-european, king, ahhiyawan, kumarbi, calder, keftiu, sterrett, anatolia, cilicia, isauria, cuneiform, forrer, madduwatta, phrygia, goetze, mursil, miletos, pisidian, tudhaliya, hittite_king, text, lycaonia, hurrian, iconium, bomos, western_anatolia, arzawa, letter, wilusa, brandenstein, stud, ahhijawa


On Some Alleged Indo-European Languages in Cuneiform Character. Maurice Bloomfield. American Journal of Philology. (1904), pp. 1-14 List themes Full text (508 theme words)
Proceedings of the Thirty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the American Philological Association Held at St. Louis, Missouri, September, 1904 Also of the Fifth and Sixth Annual Meetings of the Philological Association of the Pacific Coast Held at San Francisco, California December, 1903 and December, 1904. Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association. (1904), pp. i-cxxxviii List themes Full text (166 theme words)
Zeus, Jupiter and the Oak. (Continued). Arthur Bernard Cook. Classical Review. (Feb., 1904), pp. 75-89 List themes Full text (22 theme words)
Notes on Some Uses of Bells among the Greeks and Romans. Arthur Stanley Pease. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology. (1904), pp. 29-59 List themes Full text (7 theme words)