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The reality of the Altaic language family

Academics / Anthropology : Dienekes' Anthropology Blog

Personally I'm not surprised by this; my own look at genomic data has identified an "Altaic" component which peaks at the Turkic Yakut and Tungusic Evenk, and is shared by every Turkic, Mongolic, and Tungusic population available to...

Introductions to Ket and the Yeniseian languages

Academics / Linguistics : Christopherculver.com

Ket is a fascinating language, the small remnant of the once-vast Yeniseian language family of Central Siberia, with a grammar and lexicon vastly different than the Uralic, Turkic and Tungusic languages that surround it. Though stil...

Speaking Slavic and Turkic.

Academics / Linguistics : Language Hat

A guest post at the Log by Peter B. Golden addresses a fascinating issue: to what extent can speakers of Slavic and Turkic languages understand each other? (Within each family, that is.) He describes mixed E. Slavic regional dialect...

Turkic language family time depth: 204BC

Academics / Anthropology : Dienekes' Anthropology Blog

From the paper:The regular-sound-change tree estimates a mean divergence time between the outgroup Chuvash and other Turkic languages of 204 BCE, with a 95% credible interval of 605 BCE to 81 CE. This compares to proposals from glot...

mapsontheweb: Main languages and dialects of the Netherlands.

Technology / Social Media : Stowe Boyd Message

mapsontheweb: Main languages and dialects of the Netherlands.

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