Indo-European and its closest relatives. 1. Grammar

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Stanford University Press, 2000
 

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Joseph Greenberg has amassed quite a bit of evidence for super-language families. It is similar to the Nostratic hypotheses, but it does exclude Afro-Asiatic, which Nostratic includes. A web of ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

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The Historical Background
1
Some Aspects of the Comparative Phonology
24
ProtoIndoEuropean Vowel Alternations
32
The Chukchi Vowel Harmony System
40
The Gilyak Vowel Harmony System
41
Interdialectal Vowel Variation in Gilyak
42
Vowel Variation in South Mongolian Languages
43
The PreProtoIndoEuropean Vowel Harmony System
44
Grammatical Evidence for Eurasiatic
61
The Ainu Vowel System
243
Distribution of Korean Japanese Ainu and Gilyak 4
246
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Über den Autor (2000)

Joseph H. Greenberg is Professor of Anthropology and Linguistics Emeritus at Stanford University. Among his many books, the most recent is On Language: Selected Writings of Joseph H. Greenberg (Stanford, 1990).

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