LINGUIST List 14.1810

Sun Jun 29 2003

Qs: Palenquero Language; Coptic Phonology

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  1. Yvonne Mingram, searching for new information about the palenquero
  2. linglike, Coptic phonology

Message 1: searching for new information about the palenquero

Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2003 16:23:12 +0000
From: Yvonne Mingram <yvonnemingramhotmail.com>
Subject: searching for new information about the palenquero


Dear Linguists,

I'm studying spanisch philologie in Mainz/Germany and I have to write
an scientifical essay about the creole language palenquero. I'm
searching for new publications or informations about the palenquero.
I visited your page but I didn`'t find a new publication If it is
possible for anyone to inform me about the internet-adress or send me
some new informations, it would be very nice.

Thanks in advance
Salutations

Yvonne Mingram
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Message 2: Coptic phonology

Date: 27 Jun 2003 19:06:48 -0000
From: linglike <linglikelinguistlist.org>
Subject: Coptic phonology

Hello all, 
	
I am wondering if anyone may know of any resources for Coptic
phonology,specifically for the so-called Old Bohairic variation. Old
Bohairic represents the traditional pronunciation and is used to
differentiate between the so-called Greco-Bohairic, an artificial,
more Greek based pronunciation introduced in the Coptic Christian
Church in the mid 1800's.
	
Specifically what I'm hoping to find is a phonemic inventory for the
Old Bohairic variation of Coptic as well as the orthographic
representations of these phonemes.
	
Any assistance or direction would be most appreciated!!
	
Thanks very much, 
	
Mike Szelog
Manchester, NH - USA

	
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