LINGUIST List 11.2628

Mon Dec 4 2000

FYI: New Website - English Corpus, Proto-Slavonic

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  1. Gerald Nelson, New Website - International Corpus of English/ Hong Kong
  2. Sergei V. Rjabchikov, Proto-Slavonic Info

Message 1: New Website - International Corpus of English/ Hong Kong

Date: Mon, 04 Dec 2000 11:38:49 +0800
From: Gerald Nelson <ganelsonhkucc.hku.hk>
Subject: New Website - International Corpus of English/ Hong Kong

Announcing a new website on the Hong Kong component of the International
Corpus of English. The site includes sound files, bibliography and an
overview of current research. 

http://www.hku.hk/english/research/icehk/index.htm 


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Dr Gerald Nelson,
Research Assistant Professor,
Department of English,
University of Hong Kong,
Pokfulam Road, 
Hong Kong.

Email: ganelsonhkucc.hku.hk
Phone: (852) 2241-5141
Fax: (852) 2559- 7139
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Message 2: Proto-Slavonic Info

Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 10:35:51 +0300
From: Sergei V. Rjabchikov <srjabchikovhotmail.com>
Subject: Proto-Slavonic Info

2 new articles - The Proto-Slavonic Record on the Fragment 
of a Vessel from the Taman' Archaeological Museum; The 
Preliminary Report on the Decipherment of the Proto-Slavonic 
Writing System - by Sergei V. Rjabchikov have been added 
to "THE SLAVONIC ANTIQUITY" Home Page:

http://public.kubsu.ru/~usr02898/slavonic.htm

Contents of the homepage (journal):

The First Russian Cyrillic Inscription 

The Scythians, Sarmatians, Meotians, Russians and Circassians: 
Interpretation of the Ancient Cultures 

The Proto-Palestinian, Proto-Sinaian and Proto-Byblian Inscriptions: 
A Slavonic Key 

The Interpretation of the Western Slavonic Inscriptions 

The Scythian Model of the Universe 

A Saka (Scythian) Record Reads in Slavonic 

The Interpretation of the Ancient Slavonic Records 

The Interpretation of the Rivers' Names Laba and Kuban 

The Interpretation of the Several Graffiti on the Coins of the 
Petershof Treasure 

The Interpretation of a Text from Polotsk 

The Scythian Calendar on a Panticapean Coin 

The Interpretation of the Etruscan Calendar 

On the Slavonic Origin of Greek Kentauros 

The Interpretation of Three Ancient Russian Texts 

The Interpretation of the Scythian Name Oktamasados 

On Two Sindian-Etruscan Parallels 

On the Slavonic Origin of Greek Gorgon Medusa and Minotauros 

The Interpretation of an Ancient Tmutarakan' Text 

The Sarmatian-Russian Quasi-Bilingual Source 

The Interpretation of a Sarmatian Text 

On a Coin from the Ancient Russian Town Tomi (Tamatarha) 

On the Inscription on the Tmutarakan' Amphora in the Krasnodar 
Historical-Archaeological Museum 

The Interpretation of the Signs Inscribed on the Fragment of a 
Tmutarakan' (Tamatarha) Vessel 

On the Semantics of Some Sarmatian and Scythian Artifacts 

The Interpretation of a Scythian Motif: The Fairytale Character 
Koshchei Bessmertny 

The Proto-Slavonic Record on the Fragment of a Vessel from the 
Taman' Archaeological Museum 

The Preliminary Report on the Decipherment of the Proto-Slavonic 
Writing System 


New articles will be added soon!

My best wishes,

Sergei V. Rjabchikov
srjabchikovhotmail.com
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