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Hamito-Semitica : proceedings of a colloquium held by the Historical Section of the Linguistics Association, Great Britain at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, on the 18th, 19th and 20th of March 1970

Author: James Bynon; Theodora Bynon; Linguistics Association of Great Britain. Historical Section.
Publisher: The Hague : Mouton, 1975.
Series: Janua linguarum., Series practica ;, 200.
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Hamito-Semitica.
The Hague : Mouton, 1975
(OCoLC)564875241
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Bynon; Theodora Bynon; Linguistics Association of Great Britain. Historical Section.
OCLC Number: 1884610
Description: 518 pages, 1 leaf of plates : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: On the common Semitic lexicon and its ecological and cultural background / Pelio Fronzaroli (p. 43-53.). --
The Evidence of the proto-lexicon for the cultural background of the Semitic peoples / Witold Tylock (p. 55-61.). --
Beiträge zur hamito-semitischen wortvergleichung / Walter W Müller (p. 63-74.). --
A Historical description of the Hebrew root YŠʻ / John F.A Sawyer (p. 75-84.). --
Lexicostatistics and the internal divisions of Semitic / Chaim Rabin (p. 85-102.). --
Genetic classification and Ethiopian Semitic / Robert Hetzron (p. 103-127.). --
What is a Semitic Ethiopian language? / Wolf Leslau (p. 129-131.). --
On root structure in proto-Semitic / I.M Diakonoff (p. 133-153.). --
Contrasting articulations in the Modern South Arabian languages / Thomas M Johnstone (p. 155-159.). Le Dynamisme du système phonologique protosémitique et les problèmes de la phonologie chamito-sémitique / Karel Petráček (p. 161-168.). --
Egyptian and survival / Carleton Taylor Hodge (p. 171-191.). --
La Position intermédiaire de l'ancien égyptien entre l'hébreu et l'arabe / J Vergote (p. 193-199.). --
Egyptian and the other Hamito-Semitic languages / Werner Vycichl (p. 201-212.). --
The Reconstruction of proto-Berber short vowels / Karl-G Prasse (p. 215-231.). --
Hamito-Semitic and the pre-Celtic substratum in Ireland and Britain / G.B Adams (p. 233-247.). --
An Ancient people of the Libyan Sahara / Charles Daniels (p. 249-265.). --
Inscriptions in the Libyan alphabet from Tripolitania, and some notes on the tribes of the region / Olwen Brogan (p. 267-289.). Semantic correlates of Berber syntactic patterns / Joseph R Applegate (p. 291-296.). --
The Berber element in Maltese / Joseph Aquilina (p. 297-313.). --
Begadkefat im berberischen / Werner Vycichl (p. 315-317.). --
Material for a comparative dictionary of Cushitic languages : / Andrzej Zaborski (p. 321-331.). --
Gender in Cushitic / Giorgio R Castellino (p. 333-359.). --
Verbs with vocalic mutation in Somali and their significance for Hamito-Semitic comparative studies / B.W Andrzejewski (p. 361-376.). --
Toward a lexicostatistic classification of Ethiopian languages / Marvin Lionel Bender (p. 377-386.). --
The Hausa genitive morpheme as an exponent of gender / Neil Skinner (p. 389-398.). --
Types of conjugational forms in Chadic / Herrmann Jungraithmayr (p. 399-413.). --
The Structural status of Hausa "r" sounds / / Edgar A Gregersen (p. 415-420.). --
Hausa and Chadic / F.W Parsons (p. 421-458.). --
Bachama and Chadic / Jack Carnochan (p. 459-468.). --
What's in a name? : / Archibald Norman Tucker (p. 471-477.). --
Some aspects of the present state of Hamito-Semitic studies / B.S.J Isserlin (p. 479-492.). --
The Archaeological context of the Hamitic languages in Northern Africa / Charles Brian Montagu McBurney (p. 495-515.). --
Quelques mots sur comparaison et restitution / Marcel Samuel Raphael Cohen (p. 21-24.). --
Opening address : / I.M Diakonoff (p. 25-39.).
Series Title: Janua linguarum., Series practica ;, 200.
Responsibility: edited by James and Theodora Bynon.

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