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·Altaic languages: The graphical models of relationship and the map of Turkic, Mongolian, Tungus, Korean and Japanese settlement areas in the time of forming of separate languages. The results were received by using Data base of An Internacional Etymological Database Project http://starling.rinet.ry
·An Overview of the Uralic Languages and Peoples: The origins and modern situation of the Uralic language family.
·A possible homeland of the Indo-European homeland: Consequences of separation level method on subgrouping of Indo-European and working hypothesis of migrations in agreement with that.
·Database of Romani Dialects: Comprehensive documentation of over 150 varieties of the language; Phrase exemplification of all data in transliteration, translation and sound; Browse, search, and query facilities; Dynamic map-generating function plots feature distribution; Extensive Help menu; Link to Romani Linguistics Page with background information on the Romani language, bibliographical database for Romani linguistics, downloadable DVD presentation in 17 languages on the historical development of Romani and more.
·Etymological Table Dictionaries of Indoeuropean from INDIN: Etymological dictionary of Indo-European languages in table form on-line.
·Finnisch-Ugrische Forschungen: Information about Finno-Ugric languages.
·Finno-Ugric links: Collection of links to Uralic (Finno-Ugric) languages and resources.
·Gur Languages Page: Information on the Gur Languages of the Niger-Congo language family privided by Dept. of Linguistics, University of Vienna.
·Independent Investigations: Restoration of developmental history of Nostratic (Indoeuropean, Altaic, Uralic) languages using lexical-statistical method. Material is illustrated with maps.
·Llengües del món: Classificació genètica de totes les llengües vives del món. Genetic classification of all living languages. Site in Catalan.
·Nuristani: Description of the Nuristani Languages
·Online Resource for Inuit Language Learning: An online resource for learning the Inuit Language.
·Orbis Latinus: Latin and Neo-Latin (Romance) languages: French, Italian, Portuguese, Rumanian, Spanish etc.
·Project for the Documentation of the Languages of Meso-america: Online dictionaries of Oluta Mijean (Mixean), San Miguel Chimalapa Soke (Zoque).
·Sino-Tibetan Language Relation: The Sino-Tibetan family consists of about 300 languages what arouses doubt on the possibility of ascertaining their relation by the graphical-analytical method without pre-classification by methods purely linguistic. This problem is still not fully resolved, but seven of these languages (Chinese, Tibetan, Burmese, Kachin, Lushai, Lepcha, and Kiranti) were singled out in the project
·TapaniSalminen: Information on Finno-Ugrian languages, within them Samoyed languages and the Forest Nenets and Tundra Nenets languages in particular; also information about endangered languages in Europe and Northeast Asia, with overall classifications of European and Northeast Asian languages.
·The Nilo-Saharan Language Family: Basic outline of languagae families in Africa, with some detail about Nilo-Saharan and Nilotic.
·The Turkic Languages in a Nutshell: A new classification of the Turkic languages based on the linguistic and historical research with maps and illustrations.
·World Language Phyla/Family Mapping: Dr. Stephen Huffman has classified the languages of the Ethnologue into broader groupings following Merritt Ruhlen’s A Guide to the World’s Languages (published 1987, 1991 by Stanford University Press), and has produced as series of maps of language phyla and families using this classified data and several versions of GMI's World Language Mapping System and Seamless Digital Chart of the World geographic data sets. PDF versions of the maps available for download, as are Dr. Huffman's data table and ArcGIS project files. Maps available for download on the website include: The World's Language Phyla Languages of Africa Languages of the Horn of Africa Languages of China The Eurasiatic Language Phylum Languages of the Indian Subcontinent Languages of Southeast Asia Languages of Sudan The IndoEuropean Language Family Maps, classification tables, and map GIS projects have been updated to correspond to the 15th Edition Ethnologue (World Language Mapping System version 3.2) as of 4 April 2006. The updated maps have been produced using a superior PDF compression technique for greater detail and smaller download size.