LINGUIST List 12.397

Wed Feb 14 2001

Qs: Greek Lang in Libya, Trans/Interpretation Texts

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  1. Phoevos Panagiotidis, A language of Greek origin in Eastern Libya?
  2. Eddy Gayt�n, Translation-Interpretation Literature

Message 1: A language of Greek origin in Eastern Libya?

Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2001 18:26:38 -0000
From: Phoevos Panagiotidis <epanagessex.ac.uk>
Subject: A language of Greek origin in Eastern Libya?

I recently heard from two Libyans that a language of Greek origin is still
spoken by bilinguals around the town of Susah (ancient Apollonia), on the
Mediterranean coast opposite to Crete. Given that no information whatsoever
about such a language is available on the Ethnologue, I was wondering whether
any colleague has any information on it.

Kind regards

Phoevos Panagiotidis
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Message 2: Translation-Interpretation Literature

Date: Sat, 10 Feb 2001 19:45:46 -0800
From: Eddy Gayt�n <edsiguamyexcel.com>
Subject: Translation-Interpretation Literature



Dear Colleagues,

Our Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at Chicago State
University is designing several courses in translation and
interpretation for English, French and Spanish both as source and
target languages. We would appreciate any information regarding
textbooks and other relevant literature. Particularly, we are
interested in methods that deal in business, legal and technical
translation. Thank you in advance,

Gaytan
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