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Fragments from Babel

Prince, John Dyneley, 1868-1945.

New York, Columbia University Press 1939

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  • Title:
    Fragments from Babel
  • Author/Creator: Prince, John Dyneley, 1868-1945.
  • Publisher: New York, Columbia University Press
  • Creation Date: 1939
  • Language: English
  • Physical Description: x p., 1 ℓ., 222 p. front. (port.) 24 cm.
  • Subjects: Philology
  • Contents: Foreword by Nicholas Murray Butler.
    Vita, John Dyneley Prince.
    The hymm to Bêlit.
    Sumerian as a language.
    The verbal prefixes and infixes in Sumerian.
    An Akkadian cruciform monument.
    Tatar material in Old Russian.
    Slav and Cely.
    A note on Kalmuks in Belgrade.
    The Gottacbee Germans of Slovenia.
    The Danish dialect of Bornholm.
    A text in Jersey Dutch.
    A Brasilian Gypsey dialect.
    Notes on the language of the eastern Algonkin tribes.
    Some forgotten Indian place names in the Adirondacks.
    A tale in the Hudson river Indian language.
    An ancient New Jersey Indian jargon.
    Sermo populi.
    Congratulatory letters: fron Charles Evans Hughes, Henry L. Stimson, and Joseph S. Frellinghuysen.
    The works of John Dyneley Prince (p. [215]-222)
  • Identifier: LCCN39013100