By Roger Blench, Matthew Spriggs
Archaeology and Language IV examines quite a few urgent concerns relating to linguistic and cultural swap. It presents a difficult number of case-studies which reveal how worldwide styles of language distribution and alter will be interwoven to provide a wealthy historic narrative, and gas an intensive rethinking of the traditional discourse of linguistics inside archaeology.
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