Phonologies of Asia and Africa: Including the Caucasus, Volume 2

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Alan S. Kaye
Eisenbrauns, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1080 pages
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This large, 2-volume work presents more than 50 authoritative articles by leading specialists on a wide variety of ancient, medieval, and modern languages and dialects of the greater Near East and Africa, from a variety of language families. The articles are concise descriptive narratives presenting the basics of the phonology of the languages and dialects, with an emphasis on the phonological processes operative in them. A major goal of the work is a definite statement on the language and/or dialect in question with regard to genetics, typology, and/or universal elements. Of interest to general linguists as well as those specializing in Afro-Asiatic languages.

 

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Contents

Semitic Languages
3
Eblaite Phonology
39
Ugaritic Phonology
49
Phoenician and Punic Phonology
55
Ancient Hebrew Phonology
65
Tiberian Hebrew Phonology
85
Jewish Palestinian Aramaic Phonology
103
Old Aramaic Phonology
115
Volume 2
554
Ancient and Medieval
555
Old Persian and Avestan Phonology
569
Pahlavi Phonology
601
Modern
637
Gujarati Phonology
653
Persian Phonology
675
Kurdish Phonology
691

Classical Syriac Phonology
127
Modern and Classical Mandaic Phonology
141
Old South Arabian Phonology
161
Geez Phonology
169
Arabic Phonology
187
Moroccan Arabic Phonology
205
Cypriot Arabic Phonology
219
Maltese Phonology
245
Israeli Hebrew Phonology
287
Modern Aramaic Phonology
313
La phonologie des langues sudarabiques modernes
337
Chaha Gurage Phonology
373
Amharic Phonology
399
Egyptian Subbranch
431
Berber Languages
461
Cushitic Languages
477
Somali Phonology
521
Hausa Phonology
537
Ossetic Phonology
707
Pashto Phonology
733
Balochi Phonology
761
Armenian Phonology
777
Brahui Phonology
797
NiloSaharan Phonology
815
Swahili Phonology
841
Sango Phonology
861
Turkic Languages
883
Tatar Volga Tatar Kazan Tatar Phonology
899
Uyghur Phonology
913
Georgian Phonology
931
Chechen Phonology
941
Lak Phonology
973
Sumerian Phonology
1001
Burushaski Phonology
1021
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