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Linguae Austronesiae

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Linguae Austronesianae
Situs: Insulindia, Oceania, Madagascar, Formosa
Status: una e familiis maximis linguarum; a nonnullis in familia Austro-Tai inclusa, aliis renuentibus
Divisiones:
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Familiae linguisticae coloribus Vicipaediae pictae

Familiae linguisticae coloribus Vicipaedicis pictae

Situs antiquissimus linguarum "Austricarum" secundum Blust

Linguae Austronesiae[1] sunt familia linguarum late per insulis Oceanorum Pacifici necnon Indici dispersa. Inter linguas Austronesias sunt:

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Haec appellatio a Vicipaediano e lingua indigena in sermonem Latinum conversa est. Extra Vicipaediam huius locutionis testificatio vix inveniri potest.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bellwood, Peter (Iulio 1991). "The Austronesian Dispersal and the Origin of Languages". Scientific American 265 (1): 88–93 
  • Bellwood, Peter (1997). Prehistory of the Indo-Malaysian archipelago. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 
  • Bellwood, Peter (1998). "Taiwan and the Prehistory of the Austronesians-speaking Peoples". Review of Archaeology 18: 39–48 
  • Bellwood, Peter; Fox, James; Tryon, Darrell (1995). The Austronesians: Historical and comparative perspectives. Department of Anthropology, Australian National University. ISBN 0-7315-2132-3 
  • Bellwood, Peter & Alicia Sanchez-Mazas (June 2005). "Human Migrations in Continental East Asia and Taiwan: Genetic, Linguistic, and Archaeological Evidence". Current Anthropology 46 (3): 480–484 
  • Blevins, Juliette (2007). "A Long Lost Sister of Proto-Austronesian? Proto-Ongan, Mother of Jarawa and Onge of the Andaman Islands". Oceanic Linguistics 46 (1): 154–198 
  • Blundell, David. "Austronesian Dispersal". Newsletter of Chinese Ethnology 35: 1–26 
  • Blust, Robert (1985). "The Austronesian Homeland: A Linguistic Perspective". Asian Perspectives 26: 46–67 
  • Blust, Robert (1999). "Subgrouping, circularity and extinction: some issues in Austronesian comparative". In Zeitoun, E.; Li, P.J.K. Selected papers from the Eighth International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics. Taipei: Academia Sinica. pp. 31–94 
  • Comrie, Bernard (2001). "Languages of the world". In Aronoff, Mark; Rees-Miller,, Janie. The Handbook of LinguisticsLanguages of the world. Oxoniae: Blackwell. pp. 19–42 
  • Diamond, Jared M (2000). "Taiwan's gift to the world" (PDF). Nature 403 (6771): 709–10 
  • Dyen, Isidore (1965). "A Lexicostatistical classification of the Austronesian languages". International Journal of American Linguistics (Memoir 19) 
  • Fuller, Peter (2002). "Reading the Full Picture". Asia Pacific Research. Canberra, Australia: Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies 
  • Greenhill, S.J.; Blust, R.; Gray, R.D (2008). "The Austronesian Basic Vocabulary Database: From Bioinformatics to Lexomics". Evolutionary Bioinformatics 4: 271–283 .
  • "Homepage of linguist Dr. Lawrence Reid" 
  • Li, Paul Jen-kuei (2004). "Origins of the East Formosans:Basay, Kavalan, Amis, and Siraya". Language and Linguistics 5 (2): 363–376 
  • Lynch, John, Malcolm Ross, et Terry Crowley (2002). The Oceanic languages. Richmond, Surrey: Curzon Press 
  • Melton T.; Clifford S.; Martinson J.; Batzer M.; Stoneking M. (1998). "Genetic evidence for the proto-Austronesian homeland in Asia: mtDNA and nuclear DNA variation in Taiwanese aboriginal tribes". American Journal of Human Genetics 63 (6): 1807–23 
  • Ostapirat, Weera (2005). "Kra–Dai and Austronesian: Notes on phonological correspondences and vocabulary distribution". In Laurent Sagart, Roger Blench & Alicia Sanchez-Mazas. The Peopling of East Asia: Putting Together Archaeology, Linguistics and Genetics. Londinii: Routledge Curzon. pp. 107–131 
  • Ross, Malcolm (2009). "Proto Austronesian verbal morphology: a reappraisal". In Adelaar, K. Alexander; Pawley, Andrew. Austronesian Historical Linguistics and Culture History: A Festschrift for Robert Blust. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics 
  • Ross, Malcolm; Andrew Pawley (1993). "Austronesian historical linguistics and culture history". Annual Review of Anthropology 22: 425–459 
  • Ross, John (2002). "Final words: research themes in the history and typology of western Austronesian languages". In Wouk, Fay; Ross, Malcolm. The history and typology of Western Austronesian voice systems. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics. pp. 451–474 
  • Sagart, Laurent (2004). "The higher phylogeny of Austronesian and the position of Tai–Kadai". Oceanic Linguistics 43 (2): 411–440 
  • Sagart, Laurent (2005). "Sino-Tibeto-Austronesian: An updated and improved argument". In Blench, Roger; Sanchez-Mazas, Alicia. The Peopling of East Asia: Putting Together Archaeology, Linguistics and Genetics. Londinii: Routledge Curzon. pp. 161–176 
  • Sapir, Edward (1968). "Time perspective in aboriginal American culture: a study in method". In Mandelbaum, D. G.. Selected writings of Edward Sapir in language, culture and personality. Berkeleiae: University of California Press. pp. 389–467 
  • Taylor, G. (1888). "A ramble through southern Formosa". The China Review 16: 137–161 
  • Terrell, John Edward (December 2004). "Introduction: 'Austronesia' and the great Austronesian migration". World Archaeology 36 (4): 586–590 
  • Thurgood, Graham (1999). From Ancient Cham to Modern Dialects. Two Thousand Years of Language Contact and Change. Oceanic Linguistics Special Publications No. 28. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 
  • Trejaut, J. A.; Kivisild, T.; Loo, J. H.; Lee, C. L.; He, C. L. (2005). "Traces of archaic mitochondrial lineages persist in Austronesian-speaking Formosan populations" (PDF). PLoS Biol 3 (8): e247 
  • Wouk, Fay, et Malcolm Ross, eds. 2002. The history and typology of western Austronesian voice systems. Pacific Linguistics. Canberrae: Australian National University.

Bibliographia addita[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bengtson, John D. The "Greater Austric" Hypothesis. Association for the Study of Language in Prehistory.
  • Blust, Rovert A. 1983. Lexical reconstruction and semantic reconstruction: the case of the Austronesian "house" words. Hawaii: R. Blust.
  • Cohen, E. M. K. 1999. Fundaments of Austronesian roots and etymology. Canberrae: Pacific Linguistics. ISBN 0 85883 4367.
  • Marion, P. 2009. Liste Swadesh élargie de onze langues austronésiennes. Editions Carré de sucre.
  • Pawley, Andrew, & Malcolm Ross. 1994. Austronesian terminologies: continuity and change. Canberrae: Dept. of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University. ISBN 0858834243.
  • Sagart, Laurent, Roger Blench, et Alicia Sanchez-Nazas, eds. 2004. The peopling of East Asia: Putting Together Archaeology, Linguistics and Genetics. Londinii: RoutledgeCurzon. ISBN 0415322421.
  • Tryon, D. T., et S. Tsuchida. 1995. Comparative Austronesian dictionary: an introduction to Austronesian studies. Trends in linguistics, 10. Berolini: Mouton de Gruyter. ISBN 3110127296.
  • Wittmann, Henri. 1972. Le caractère génétiquement composite des changements phonétiques du malgache. 'http://www.nou-la.org/ling/1972a-malgache.pdf Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences] 7.807-10. La Haye: Mouton.
  • Wolff, John U. 1997. Comparative Austronesian Dictionary: An Introduction to Austronesian Studies. Language 73(1):145–156. ISSN 0097-8507.