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Essai de grammaire sogdienne.

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        StatementLibrairie orientaliste P. Geuthner
        PublishersLibrairie orientaliste P. Geuthner
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        LC Classifications1929
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        Paginationxvi, 89 p. :
        Number of Pages42
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        ISBN 10nodata
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        2Mission Pelliot en Asie centrale.Serie petit in-octavo, t. 3
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He says: "Es kann sich auch um verschiedene Aussprachen handeln, die in der Schrift den Ausdruck fanden.

From 1914 to 1920 the excavations were halted because of the War. Homme de gauche, sans engagement partisan. Finally, in the context of history of religions, Benveniste delivered a series of four lectures in the Ratanbai Katrak Foundation series later published as The Persian Religion According to the Chief Greek Texts Paris, 1929.

Geiger in Grundriss Journal Transactions of the Philological Society — Wiley Published: Nov 1, 1947. however, that none of these data testifying to the existence of the word ry na- are used to denote the name of a people, or the name of a definite tribe.

He identified fourth century documents found close by Tunhuang in the province of Kansu as belonging to the Sogdian language. Sogdian is attested to in primarily religious texts dating from the late first century B.

He knew admirably how, without being blinded by apparent similarities, to find in the words the characteristic semantic nuances of a culture very different from his Essai de grammaire sogdienne. The question is, what criteria have we to employ in attempting to solve this problem.

Robert Gauthiot

Livres Le parler de Buividze.1973who was Slovenian, after World War I taught history of art at the University of Ljubljana 1921-25then moved his family to Krakow, Poland, and there spent most of his career at Jagiellonian University.

Antoine Meillet, "Robert Gauthiot", dans Annuaire de l'EPHE. The study of the Achaemenid inscriptions was notably enriched in his day by the discovery Essai de grammaire sogdienne.

important texts. These differ in content owing to religious differences and also in language and in script. As his achievements in different fields have been succinctly presented under his entry by Gilbert Lazard, only a brief summary of his contributions to the study of Iranian philology, comparative grammar of Indo-European languages, and general linguistics will be given here.

Miller's proofs, as we have seen above, are partly of phonemic, partly of morphological character.

Van Hecke: Émile Benveniste

Sprach- und Altertumskunde, II, 4 2, 33. 196 beginning of third c. The most precise and learned philology was combined with that elegance of style that marks all the works of the author. Paris : Geuthner, 1913, XVIII-113 pages. These works had a strong international impact not only on the study of general linguistics, but also on the general notions of culture and society and theories of structuralism which were becoming prevalent in the 1970s.

Signataire en 1925 du manifeste des intellectuels contre la guerre du Rif, au Maroc. This, in turn, leads us to the conclusion that the Iranian Sarmatian tribes in South Russia spoke dialects or languages more or less different from one another. Phanagoria, Latyshev, IOSPE II, 363 307 A.