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Proto-Arawakan and its descendants

Noble, Gladwyn Kingsley

Proto-Arawakan and its descendants

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Published by Indiana University in Bloomington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arawakan languages

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [115]-129.

    Statementby G. Kingsley Noble.
    SeriesInternational journal of American linguistics -- v. 31, no. 3, pt. 2., Publication of the Indiana University Research Center in Anthropology, Folklore, and Linguistics -- 38., Publication ... of the Indiana University Research Center in Anthropology, Folklore, and Linguistics -- 38.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 129 p.
    Number of Pages129
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16670649M


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Gladwyn Kingsley Noble (Septem – December 9, ) was an American zoologist who served as the head curator for the Department of Herpetology and the Department of Experimental Biology at the American Museum of Natural received bachelor's and master's degrees from Harvard University in andrespectively, and a Ph.D.

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This book offers a detailed list of Arawak languages with major bibliographic references. Noble, G. Proto-Arawakan and its descendants.

Folklore and Linguistics Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Research Center in Anthropology, Indiana Univ. Press. A methodologically flawed attempt to offer a reconstruction of Proto-Arawak and. “Proto Arawakan and its Descendants”. The book was initially conceived as a guide for the correct use of the Spanish language, but the author tries to take advantage of it by attacking.

Bayesian Phylogeography of the Arawak Expansion in Lowland South America. Bayesian phylogeography of the Arawak expansion in lowland. 27 Noble, K. PROTO-ARAWAKAN AND ITS DESCENDANTS. By G. Kingsley Noble. (Publication 38 of the Indiana University Research Center in Anthropology, Folklore and Linguistics = I No.

3, Part II.) Bloomington: Indiana University, Pp.1 map. DOUGLAS TAYLOR AND BEREND HOFF This absorbing work should be read by every linguist who has some.

Abstract. Comparative Arawakan Histories: Rethinking Language Family and Culture Area in Amazonia. Jonathan D. Hill and Fernando Santos-Granero, eds.

Urbana: University of Illinois Press, pp. ALEXANDRA Y. AIKHENVALD La Trobe University This volume emanates from a Proto-Arawakan and its descendants book conference held in Panama City, May 24â 26the first attempt to bring together. A Grammar and Dictionary of the Timucua Language Julian Granberry Published by The University of Alabama Press Granberry, Julian.

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Peter Kunstadter. Pages: ; First Published: 01 December Proto-Arawakan and its Descendants’, IJAL (July, ) (Part II). As the author admits ‘The sources of data have often been rather inexact transcriptions.

Sometimes, they have represented compilations of several, often unobtainable primary sources’ (). In addition, the book tries to Cited by: scribed more in a book of this ambition and scope.

Ellen B. Basso, University of Arizona REFERENCES Noble, G. Kingsly. Proto-Arawakan and its Descendants. I no. 3, pt. Vidal, Sylvia M. El modelo del proceso migratorio prehispánico de los piapoco: Hipó-tesis y evidencias. Bibliography. This page contains a list of references that this blog draws from constantly.

Gladwyn Kingsley Noble; Proto-Arawakan and its descendants. Share this: Twitter; The first one has a book about reconstruction of antillean arawak and the last has one entitled “Lexicografía Antillana” (Antillean Lexicography, I think is the.

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Purús and its tributaries,” noticing that in the years following Chandless’s visit to the region, the Purús River was to become the main trading area for Indian rub-ber in South America. Although Labre reports no indication of contact involv-ing Apurinã and other indigenous groups, Chandless states Cited by: Abstract.

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Proto-Arawakan and its descendants. Bloomington: Publications of the Indiana University Research Center in Anthropology, Folklore, and Linguistics Olazagasti, Ignacio Book description The Andean and Pacific regions of South America are home to a remarkable variety of languages and language families, with a range of typological differences.

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Publication 38 of Indiana Uni- versity Research Center in Anthropology, Folklore and Linguistics. I no. 3, pt. PAYNE,DAVIDL. A classification of Maipuran (Arawakan) languages based on shared lexical retentions.

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Its closest relative among the better attested Arawakan languages seems to be the Goajiro language, spoken in Colombia. Proto-Arawakan subfamily and the. Caractéristiques morphosyntaxiques du wayuunaiki et leur importance pour l’élaboration d’un nouveau dictionnaire Luz Ángel Martín Universidad del Zulia, Maracaibo, Venezuela [email protected] Synergies Venezuela n° spécial - pp.

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proto-Araw] abdomen *tee-lV, proto-Newiki Note that the only segment that the proposed proto-Arawakan. Since the only language for which the entire lexical set reconstructs is Proto-Arawakan, Epps concludes that its speakers “lived in settled villages, probably along larger rivers, and made use of ceramics, diverse domesticated plants and animals — consistent with archaeologists’ conception of early Arawak peoples as settled.

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Whether the homeland of proto-Arawakan can be identified as the northwest or the southwest Amazon, the subsequent dispersal of Arawakan dialects to the Caribbean, the mouth of the Amazon, and the Andes requires a more sophisticated explanation than the notion that Arawak-speaking peoples simply moved across the landscape.

The family tree in figure 11 incorporates these changes. It indicates that the Proto-Arawakan language arose in the middle of the Amazon Basin. Proto- Arawakan speakers moved up the Rio Negro, passed through the Casiquiare Canal, and descended the Orinoco River.5/5(1).

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