Archaeology and Language in the Andes: Some General Models of Change

In Archaeology and Language in the Andes. pp. 43 (2012)
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This chapter discusses the role of general models for language change and considers four such classes of model. The farming/language dispersal model is a frequent case for language replacement. But problems of chronology frequently obscure the relationships between archaeological and linguistic data.



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