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Etymological Dictionary of the Altaic Languages (Handbook of Oriental studies: Uralic & Central Asian studies) (Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 8 Uralic & Central Asian Studies) Hardcover – 23 May 2003


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'"...publication can only be welcomed, not only by comparative and historical linguists but by everyone interested in the early history and cultures of Greater Asia. The thousands of pages in these three volumes make available important scholarship by our Russian colleagues, much of which until recently lurked in the decent obscurity of Soviet books and periodicals always difficult if not impossible to obtain in the West..."' Roy Andrew Miller, "UaJb N.F.", 2003/2004.

'."..publication can only be welcomed, not only by comparative and historical linguists but by everyone interested in the early history and cultures of Greater Asia. The thousands of pages in these three volumes make available important scholarship by our Russian colleagues, much of which until recently lurked in the decent obscurity of Soviet books and periodicals always difficult if not impossible to obtain in the West..."' Roy Andrew Miller, "UaJb N.F.," 2003/2004.

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Sergei Starostin is a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and co-organizer of the Evolution of Human Languages program in the Santa Fe Institute, USA. He has published extensively on historical linguistics and Altaic languages, including The Altaic Problem and the Origin of Japanese (Moscow, 1991). Anna Dybo, Ph.D. (1992), Institute of Linguistics, Russian Academy of Sciences, has published extensively in the fields of Turcology and Tungus-Manchurology. Her main work is Semantic reconstruction in Altaic Etymology (Moscow, 1996). Oleg Mudrak, Ph.D. (1994), Institute of Linguistics, Russian Academy of Sciences is Professor at the Russian State University of the Humanities. He is a well-known specialist in Altaic and Paleo-Siberian languages and author of Historical Correspondences of Chuvash and Turkic Vowels (Moscow, 1993).

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