Fiche : 19109, type : Journal Article, mots-clés : nea;eaf;ugn;kny;lng;phn;v.113;v.117a;v.126a;v.131a;v.125;bnt;j.e.31;e.51;e.55;
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Stoneham, H. F. & [Lord] Raglan (1931). East African languages, with a reply from Lord Raglan - Correspondence to the editor. Man: a record of anthropological science 31., pp. 54-55 (art. 55).

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Notes : Discusses Raglan’s theory about “shouting” and “non-shouting” languages, and briefly mentions Nilotic (Dinka, Acholi, Lango), “Hamitic” (= Maasai, Turkana, etc.) and Bantu (Gisu, Kamba, Kikuyu) languages.

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Date de la dernière modification : 2007-07-06