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The Journal of Language Relationship is an international periodical publication devoted to the issues of comparative linguistics and the history of the human language. The Journal contains articles written in English and Russian, as well as scientific reviews, discussions and reports from international linguistic conferences and seminars.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-4632-4251-0
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Dec 1,2020
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 8.25 x 10.75
Page Count: 179
Languages: English, Russian
ISBN: 978-1-4632-4251-0
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The Journal of Language Relationship is an international periodical publication devoted to the issues of comparative linguistics and the history of the human language. The Journal contains articles written in English and Russian, as well as scientific reviews, discussions and reports from international linguistic conferences and seminars.

The Journal of Language Relationship is an international periodical publication devoted to the issues of comparative linguistics and the history of the human language. The Journal contains articles written in English and Russian, as well as scientific reviews, discussions and reports from international linguistic conferences and seminars.

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ContributorBiography

Vladimir Dybo

George Starostin

George Starostin is a Russian researcher at the Center of Comparative Studies at the Russian State University for the Humanities, and a participant in the Santa Fe Institute's Evolution of Human Languages project. He is Managing Editor of the Journal Of Language Relationship.

Tatiana Mikhailova

Anna Dybo

Sergei Kullanda

Manuel Molina

M. Saenko

Ilya Yakubovich

Table of Contents (vii)

Contributors (ix)

Note for Contributors (x)

Issue 1

Susanne Görke. Heterogramme in hurritischen Texten aus Boğazköy und Nordsyrien (1)

Rostislav Oreshko. Ethnic Groups and Language Contact in Lycia (I): the ‘Maritime Interface’ (13)

Blanca María Prósper. The Sabellic accusative plural endings and the outcome of the Indo-European sibilants in Italic (41)

Book reviews

Alwin KLOEKHORST and Tijmen PRONK (eds.). The Precursors of Proto-Indo-European: The Indo-Anatolian and Indo-Uralic Hypotheses, 2019 (Petr Kocharov) (80)

Issue 2

Fernando O. de Carvalho. Evaluation of cognation judgments undermines computational phylogeny of the Arawakan language family (87)

George Starostin. Lexicostatistical Studies in East Sudanic II: The Case of Nyimang (111)

Marina Lorentz. Analysis of Min basic lexicon and reconstruction of the Swadesh wordlist for Proto-Min. (126)

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