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2.7 - Chukchi. Language: Chukchi show big map glottolog: Chukot lexvo: Bahasa Chukchi [id] Chukchi language [en] Chukot [en] Idioma chucoto [es] Język czukocki [pl] Lingua chukchi [it] Lingua čukči [lmo] Luoravetlansk [no] Língua chukoto [pt] Tchouktche [fr] Tjuktjisk språk [nn] Tschuktsche Spraak [nds] Tschuktschische Sprache [de] Tsjoektsjisch [nl] Txuktxi [ca] Tšuktšin kieli [fi] Ĉukĉa lingvo [eo] Čiokčiu kalba [lt] Čiukčių kalba [lt] Čukotščina [sl] Чукотский язык [ru] Чукотська мова [uk] Чукчи [bg] チュクチ語 [ja] 楚科奇语 [zh] 축치어 [ko] moseley & asher (1994): Chukchi multitree: Chuchee Chukcha Chukchee Chukoto Luoravetlan Sprache der Tschuktschen Tchouktche ruhlen (1987): wals: wals other: References.

Ancient history. Ancient World. CHUKCHEE HOMEPAGE. Table of contents Note: you are free to use the material on this website for academic research purposes or for teaching. However, you do NOT have permission to use this material for any commercial purpose whatsoever. This is a website for linguists interested in learning something about the grammatical structure of Chukchee and who either don't read Russian or have difficulty gaining access to Russian-language sources. The following chapters are an expanded version of notes I prepared when teaching Chukchee for one year on a one-year masters degree scheme at the (then) Polytechnic of Central London.

The degree scheme included a compulsory course 'Structure of a Selected Language' and I offered to teach Chukchee when the teacher who was to have delivered that course, teaching an entirely different language, fell seriously ill. The notes were therefore put together rather hastily. It is necessary to make a few remarks about my primary grammatical source. Cultures. En.wiki2. Famiglia linguistica. Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Le famiglie linguistiche possono essere suddivise in unità più piccole chiamate "rami" (perché la storia di una famiglia è spesso rappresentata da un diagramma ad albero). Gli antenati comuni di una famiglia (o ramo) vengono detti protolingue.

Ad esempio, la protolingua ricostruibile per la ben nota famiglia indoeuropea si chiama proto-indoeuropeo (della quale non si hanno tracce scritte, in quanto parlata prima dell'invenzione della scrittura). Talvolta una protolingua può essere identificata con una lingua storicamente nota. Ad esempio le varietà dialettali del latino parlato (latino volgare) hanno dato origine alle moderne lingue romanze, e quindi il protoromanzo va considerato più o meno identico al latino (anche se non esattamente al latino letterario degli autori classici), mentre i dialetti del norreno rappresentano la protolingua di norvegese, svedese, danese e islandese. Distribuzione delle super-famiglie linguistiche. Nord AmericaSud America. Harappa | The Ancient Indus Valley Civilization. History.

History of the Ainu. Home. Ireland's History in Maps - Celtic Ireland. Ice Ages and the Arrival of Humans --- Neolithic, Bronze and Iron Ages Maps: BC . 100 . 150 . 200 . 300 . 400 . 500 . 600 . 700 . 800 . 900 . 1000 . 1100 . 1200 . 1300 . 1400 . 1500 . 1600 . 1700 . 1800 . 1845 Reference: Before there were Counties --- Old Irish Kingdoms and Clans --- Old Irish Surnames The Myths of Time: After examining some of the ancient record for Ireland we turn to the early Irish chronicles. The earliest written pre-history of Ireland is passed down in the form of saga stories, legal tracts, annalistic records, and fragmentary accounts which were recorded centuries after they actually may have occurred. Prior to the arrival of sons of King Milesius the mythological tribes in Ireland were said to include the the Fomorians (Fomhóire), the Partholonians, the Nemedians, the Fir Bolgs and the Tuatha de Danann. From the author D.

Cruithin - perhaps the 8th to 5th century B.C. La scrittura della civiltà di Harappa. Dal segno alla scrittura Dai cacciatori preistorici ai primi contabili Come nacquero i primi alfabeti.Tutte le scritture del mondo. La scrittura della civiltà di Harappa Una fra le quattro più antiche civiltà del mondo ha una scrittura che ha resistito da sempre a ogni tentativo di decifrazione. Oggi, sulla base della documentazione archeologica, si comincia a interpretarlaWalter A.

Fairsevis, Jr. Le civiltà più antiche sono quelle di Sumer, dell'Egitto, della Cina e della Valle dell'Indo, nella parte nordoccidentale del subcontinente indiano. Gli scritti delle prime tre civiltà nominate possono essere letti, mentre le iscrizioni della civiltà della Valle dell'Indo rimangono in gran parte enigmatiche. I loro «testi» consistono quasi solo in brevi iscrizioni su sigilli e in graffiti su ceramiche. Le testimonianze archeologiche Che cosa ci dicono i reperti archeologici sulla vita nei siti della cultura di Harappa? I sigilli di Harappa Che cosa ci dicono i sigilli La lingua di Harappa. Language. Languages. Learn Assyrian (Aramaic) Language Online. List of timelines. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is a list of timelines currently on Wikipedia. §Types[edit] §General timelines[edit] §History[edit] §Arts[edit] §Biographical timelines[edit] §Crime[edit] §Events[edit] §Disasters[edit] §Economics[edit] §Entertainment[edit] §Environmental issues[edit] §Fiction[edit] §Geographical timelines[edit] Timeline of country and capital changes §Ancient civilizations[edit] §Extant civilizations[edit] §Supranational entities and regions, peoples[edit] §Sovereign states[edit] §Subnational regions and cities, narrow timelines[edit] §Law[edit] §Military[edit] §Military conflicts[edit] §Philosophy[edit] §Politics[edit] §Religion[edit] §Ayyavazhi[edit] Timeline of Ayyavazhi history (1809–present) §Buddhism[edit] Timeline of Buddhism (563 BCE – present) §Christianity[edit] §Islam[edit] §Jainism[edit] Timeline of Jainism §Judaism[edit] §Sikhism[edit] Sikh Gurus (1469–1666) §Science[edit] §Astronautics and planetary science[edit] §Astronomy, Astrophysics, and Cosmology[edit] §Biology[edit] §Sports[edit]

Lista delle famiglie linguistiche. Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Distribuzione delle maggiori famiglie linguistiche. Una Famiglia linguistica è formata da un gruppo di lingue, discendenti da una lingua ancestrale comune (denominata Protolingua). Nell'elenco seguente sono riportate le maggiori famiglie linguistiche del mondo ordinate per numero di locutori: Voci correlate[modifica | modifica wikitesto] Collegamenti esterni[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

Mesopotamia. Muturzikin - Linguistic maps [en][fr][eu][es] Muturzikin.com © 2005-2016 All right reserved-Tous droits réservés Rouyn-Noranda, Québec, Canada Linguistic criteria, internal policy, terms of use, principal references and FAQ These maps display the ethnic and linguistic complexities in some parts of the world that are too often ignored or discarded by nationalists. Most people are conditioned to think nationalistically without even necessarily being aware of it. Mythology. OLAC Language Resource Catalog. N.a. 2014. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. Lewis, William. 2007-06-27. California State University, Fresno, ODIN project. Damir Cavar, Director of Linguist List (editor); Malgorzata E. Cavar, Director of Linguist List (editor). 2016-12-15. The LINGUIST List (www.linguistlist.org). Campbell, George L. 2000. Daniels, Peter T.; Bright, William. 1996.

Kampfe, Hans-Rainer; Volodin, Aleksandr P. 1995. Volodin, Aleksandr P.; Skorik, P. 1996. Nedjalkov, Vladimir P. 2007. Kozinsky, Isaac; Nedjalkov, Vladimir; Polinskaja, Maria. 1988. Bogoras, Waldemar. 1922. Kämpfe, Hans-Rainer. 1995. Krause, Scott Russell. 1980. N.a. 2008. Skorik, P. Skorik, P. Skorik, P. 1000. Dunn, Michael. 1999. Nedjalkov, Vladimir. 1994. Kroeber, A.L. Sawyer, Jesse O. N.a. 2013. N.a. 2016. N.a. 2013. Kevin Scannell. 2015. N.a. 1955. Maddieson, Ian. 2012. www.lapsyd.ddl.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr. Nichols, Johanna. 1992. Van der Hulst, Harry; Goedemans, Rob. 1991. OLAC resources in and about the Chukot language. ISO 639-3: ckt The combined catalog of all OLAC participants contains the following resources that are relevant to this language: Other known names and dialect names: Chaun, Chuchee, Chukcha, Chukchee, Chukchi, Enmylinskij, Enurmin, Luoravetlan, Nunligranskij, Pevekskij, Uellanskij, Xatyrskij, Yanrakinot Use faceted search to explore resources for Chukot language.

Primary texts Dance Song (2 singers, unaccompanied). Kroeber, A.L. Lexical resources ONLINECrúbadán language data for Chukchi. Language descriptions ONLINEAfBo: A world-wide survey of affix borrowing Resources for Chukchi. n.a. 2013. Other resources about the language ONLINETopics in Chukchee phonology and morphology. Other search terms: dialect, vernacular, discourse, stories, conversation, dialogue, documentation, lexicon, dictionary, vocabulary, wordlist, phrase book, grammar, syntax, morphology, phonology, orthography.

OLAC resources in and about the Chukot language. Old Photos - Oglala. Big Rib – Oglala – 1868 Fire Thunder, Old Man Afraid of His Horses, Pipe - Oglala - 1868 Spotted Tail (Sicangu), Roman Nose (aka They Are Afraid Of His Shield, Mniconjou), Old Man Afraid of His Horses (Oglala), Lone Horn (aka One Horn, Mniconjou), Whistling Elk (Mniconjou), Pipe ( Oglala), Slow Bull (Oglala) – 1868 Horned Elk – Oglala – 1869 Red Dog – Oglala – 1870 Red Dog - Oglala - no date Red Dog - Oglala - 1872 No Flesh - Oglala - 1872 No Flesh - Oglala - no date Red Cloud - Oglala - 1872 Dirt Face – Oglala – 1872 Afraid of Eagle – Oglala – 1872 Two Elks – Oglala – 1872 Good Buffalo Bull – Oglala – 1872 Stabber – Oglala – 1872 Big Foot (Oglala) and wife White Hawk (Oglala) - 1872 White Hawk – Oglala (wife of Big Foot) - 1872 Poor Elk – Oglala – 1872 Lone Wolf – Oglala – 1872 Earn of Corn (wife of Lone Wolf) – Oglala – 1872 Ear of Corn (wife of Lone Wolf) - Oglala - 1872 Hard Heart - Oglala - 1872 Blue Horse – Oglala – 1872 Tall Wolf – Oglala – 1872 Coyote - Oglala - 1872 Slow Bull – Oglala – 1872 Capt.

Omniglot - the online encyclopedia of writing systems and languages. Orok people - WikiVisually. Etymology[edit] The name Orok is believed to derive from the exonym Oro given by a Tungusic group meaning "a domestic reindeer". The Orok self-designation endonym is Ul'ta, probably from the root Ula (meaning "domestic reindeer" in Orok). Another self-designation is Nani.[2] Occasionally, the Oroks, as well as the Orochs and Udege, are erroneously called Orochons. Population and settlement[edit] Furthermore, Orok people live on the island of Hokkaido, Japan – in 1989, there was a community of about 20 people near the city of Abashiri.

Their number is currently unknown.[6][7] History[edit] Orok oral tradition indicates that the Oroks share history with the Ulch people, and that they migrated to Sakhalin from the area of the Amgun River in mainland Russia. Language and culture[edit] Red fox fur mittens of the Orok people, 19th century The Orok language belongs to the Southern group of the Tungusic language family.[15] At present,[when?] Notes[edit] References[edit] Further reading[edit] Where on earth do they speak that language? World of Mythology • Hathor - The Ancient Egyptian Fertility Goddess of...