Kinship in the Altaic World: Proceedings of the 48th Permanent International Altaistic Conference, Moscow 10-15 July, 2005

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Elena Vladimirovna Boĭkova, R. B. Rybakov
Otto Harrassowitz Verlag, 2006 - History - 353 pages
From the table of contents: (38 contributions) A. Kh. Aliyeva, Evolution of the Travel Notes Genre ("Seyahatname") in Tatar Literature V. M. Alpatov, Words of Kinship in Japanese Z. Anayban, Epic Legends and Archival Materials as Sources for Historical Study of the Role of Woman in Traditional Nomadic Societies of Southern Siberia T. A. Anikeeva, Kinship in the Epic Genres of Turkish Folklore A. A. Arslanova, History of Political Relations between the Ulus of Djochi and the Uluses of the Khulaguyids I. Baski, On the Ethnic Names of the Cumans of Hungary G. F. Blagova, Relationship Terms in the Structure of Proto-Turkic Anthroponymic System E. V. Boikova, Mongolian Family in Perception of Foreigners (pre-revolutionary period) Ch. F. Carlson, Finno-Ugric and Turkic Parallel Kinship Systems P. P. Dambueva, On the Category of Voice in the Present Day Buryat Language A. V. Dybo, Indoeuropeans and Altaians through the Linguistic Reconstruction R. Finch, The Suffix /-ko/ in Japanese F. A. Ganiev, Types of Affixes in Turkic Languages M. I. Gol'man, B. Ya. Vladimirtsov about the Mongolian obok (kin) of the 11th-12th Centuries.
 

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Contents

Anisya Kh Aliyeva Kazan
1
Tatiana A Anikeeva Moscow
19
Imre Baski Budapest
43
Boikova Moscow
63
Charles F Carlson Seattle
71
Dybo Moscow
87
Roger Finch Tokyo
103
Fuat A Ganiev Kazan
139
Kormushin Moscow
203
Takashi Osawa Osaka
219
Maria P Petrova Saint Petersburg
237
Grigory Ts Pyurbeev Moscow
255
Shalyapina Moscow
269
Shcherbak Saint Petersburg
283
Puma Cyi6a Kbi3bui
305
Edward Tryjarski Warsaw
321

Ismail Gulec Istanbul
173
Barbara KellnerHeinkele Berlin
187
Zaytsev Moscow
341
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