Erdal Marcel, Nevskaya Irina, Nugteren Hans, Rind-Pawlowski Monika (Hg.), Handbuch des Tschalkantürkischen

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Dmitri Funk et al., « Erdal Marcel, Nevskaya Irina, Nugteren Hans, Rind-Pawlowski Monika (Hg.), Handbuch des Tschalkantürkischen », Études mongoles et sibériennes, centrasiatiques et tibétaines, ID : 10670/1.il422j


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Chelkans — or, as they are usually called by linguists and native folklorists, Chalkans — are amongst the smallest of the Turkic groups of the indigenous population of Siberia. Practically throughout the whole Soviet period of history they were known as “an ethnic group” of the (northern) Altai people. Chelkans, as a matter of fact, have not become an object of serious interest either for linguists or for social anthropologists, in spite of the relatively isolated location and longstanding co...

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