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LINGUIST List 18.645

Wed Feb 28 2007

Qs: Manner vs. Path Languages

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        1.    Jennifer Culbertson, Manner vs. Path Languages

Message 1: Manner vs. Path Languages
Date: 25-Feb-2007
From: Jennifer Culbertson <culbertsoncogsci.jhu.edu>
Subject: Manner vs. Path Languages

Dear Colleagues,

I am looking for information regarding the classification of languages as
path or manner languages. Specifically I'm interesting in Latin, Sanskrit,
Ancient Greek, Gothic, Old Norse, Old High German, Old Church Slavonic,
Avestan, Old Prussian, Akkadian. Information on other dead languages is

Thanks for your help,
Jenny Culbertson
Johns Hopkins University

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
                            Historical Linguistics

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