By Roger Blench, Matthew Spriggs
This quantity is the ultimate a part of a four-part survey of leading edge effects rising from the fusion of archaeology and ancient linguistics. Archaeology and Language IV examines quite a few urgent matters relating to linguistic and cultural switch. It presents a hard number of case stories which show how worldwide styles of language distribution and alter may be interwoven to supply a wealthy ancient narrative, and gas an intensive rethinking of the traditional discourse of linguistics inside of archaeology.
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This final volume is intended to explore the more elusive areas of language change and language classification. As was the case with Volume III, it is intended to provide a feeling for the texture of current debate in terms of topics covered and methods used. RETHINKING LANGUAGE CLASSIFICATION The General Introduction attempts to emphasize the fluidity of language classification, a feature perhaps more obvious to editors than authors, as individual chapters tend to underline certainties. The first theme of the book deals with some contentious linguistic issues concerning the classification of languages.
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Archaeology and Language IV: Language Change and Cultural Transformation by Roger Blench, Matthew Spriggs