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Folia Orientalia | 2017 | vol. LIV |

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Most of the people of coastal East Africa were ancestors of the modern Swahili. The
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Sergio Baldi
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Building on the argument of an earlier contribution of James K. Aitken (2000), this
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Vasile A. Condrea
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The present paper investigates agreement patterns with plural controllers in Fezzani
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D’Anna Luca
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This article is a presentation of the EtymArab© project, a start-up (“zero”) version of
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Stephan Guth
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East Dangla and West Dangla, two dialects of the Dangla language which belongs to
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Peust Carsten

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The scholarly journal Folia Orientalia (ISSN 0015-5675) was founded in 1959 by Professor Tadeusz Lewicki, a prominent Polish Arabist. It is published by the Orientalist Commission of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków. Professor Lewicki’s editorial work was continued by Professor Andrzej Zaborski, who specialized in the comparative linguistics of Semitic-African languages. Folia Orientalia focuses on Oriental studies (on the Near, Middle and Far East, and Africa). The periodical covers the research fields of linguistics, literature, history, archaeology, religious studies and anthropology.

 

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