Circum-Baltic Languages

Volume 2: Grammar and Typology

ORCID logoÖsten Dahl | Stockholm University
Maria Koptjevskaja-Tamm | Stockholm University
ISBN 9789027230591 (Eur) | EUR 140.00
ISBN 9781588110428 (USA) | USD 210.00
ISBN 9789027297273 | EUR 140.00 | USD 210.00
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The area around the Baltic Sea has for millennia been a meeting-place for people of different origins. Among the circum-Baltic languages, we find three major branches of Indo-European —Baltic, Germanic, and Slavic, the Baltic-Finnic languages from the Uralic phylum and several others. The circum-Baltic area is an ideal place to study areal and contact phenomena in languages. The present set of two volumes look at the circum-Baltic languages from a typological, areal and historical perspective, trying to relate the intricate patterns of similarities and dissimilarities to the societal background. In Volume II, selected phenomena in the grammars of the circum-Baltic languages are studied in a cross-linguistic perspective.
[Studies in Language Companion Series, 55] 2001.  xx, 423 pp.
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