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by David Filbeck

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Author: David Filbeck
Publisher: Dept. of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University (1978)
Language: English
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T'in: A Historical Study. Other books in the series. Pacific Linguistics (1 - 10 of 152 books).

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to describe the history of speech communities.

Tin: A historical study. ANU Asia-Pacific Linguistics, Pacific Linguistics Press. Export Reference to BibTeX. Export Reference to EndNote XML. Altmetric Citations. Date published: 1978.

Bradley, David (2012). T'in: a historical study. Pacific linguistics, no. 49. Canberra: Dept. Chakrabarti, Byomkes.

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Prototypes in Linguistic Theory. Oxford: Clarendon Press. T38 Topic 51: English Historical Linguistics Barber, C. (1976). Peoples of the Coast: The Indians of the Pacific Northwest. Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, 1977. E7. 72 Reference Wyatt, Rachel. Early Modern English. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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In its primitive form, Historical Linguistics was studied by the Romans . We can for example cite Richard Hogg and David Denison (as well as The University of Sheffield’s Mark Faulkner an. .

In the last two centuries, Historical Linguistics has received more attention from German, English and French scholars. These thinkers, rather than approacing Historical Linguistics as a science, studied it in a more philosophical way, according to the customs of their times. We can for example cite Richard Hogg and David Denison (as well as The University of Sheffield’s Mark Faulkner and Graham Williams!)