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Dotawo 7 is now available open access online and may be of interest to you. The information and the web-links follow below. Please contact the publishers directly with any questions.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Claude Rilly – Personal Markers and Verbal Number in Meroitic
Russell Norton – Ama Verbs in Comparative Perspective
Angelika Jakobi – Nubian Verb Extensions and Some Nyima Correspondences
George Starostin – Restoring “Nile Nubian”: How to Balance Lexicostatistics and Etymology in Historical Research on Nubian Languages
Roger Blench – Morphological Evidence for the Coherence of East Sudanic
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Article PDFs: https://escholarship.org/uc/dotawo/7/0
Printed version: https://punctumbooks.com/titles/dotawo-a-journal-of-nubian-studies-7/
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