linguistic affinity of the Volgaic Fenno-Ugrians and their ethnogenesis early 4th millennium BC - late 1st millennium AD by LГЎszlГі Klima

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Published by Societas Historiae Fenno-Ugricae in Oulu, Finland .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Finno-Ugric languages -- Etymology.,
  • Languages in contact -- Volga River Region (Russia),
  • Volga River Region (Russia) -- Antiquities.,
  • Volga River Region (Russia) -- Languages.

Edition Notes

Summaries also in Estonian, Finnish and Hungarian.

Book details

StatementLászló Klima.
SeriesStudia historica Fenno-ugrica -- 1
Classifications
LC ClassificationsP721 .K55 1996
The Physical Object
Pagination103 p. :
Number of Pages103
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21052940M

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