Proto-Popotecan: A Comparative Study of Popolocan and Mixtecan

Statement of Responsibility:
Gudschinsky, Sarah C
Date:
1959
Publisher:
Indiana University
Publisher Place:
Bloomington
Part Of Series:
Indiana University Publications in Anthropology and Linguistics, Memoir 15
International Journal of American Linguistics, 25(2), Supplement
Extent:
viii, 118 pages
Description:
Formal publication of the author's doctoral dissertation. A synchronic and diachronic analysis of the phonology and grammar of several Mazatec variants with other contemporary indigenous languages, with a view towards establishing the relationship between these languages and reconstructing the phonology and grammar of Proto-Popolocan, which is in turn compared and related to Proto-Mixtecan.
Publication Status:
Published
Country:
Mexico
Content Language:
Field:
Work Type:
Subject:
Comparative and historical studies
Nature of Work:
Relation Text:
Amplification of Gudschinsky’s Proto-Popolocan-Mixtecan by Robert E. Longacre. IJAL 28(4), pages 227-42.
Proto-Mixtecan, by Robert E. Longacre
Entry Number:
2338