Introduction to Ibero-Caucasian Linguistics


Arnold Chikobava (Author)
Avtandil Arabuli (Editor)
Manana Rusieshvili (Translator)
Trevor Cartledge & Nana Kavtaradze (Translation Editors)

Series: Georgian Classics
BISAC: LAN006000; LAN009010; LAN011000

This book is the only theoretical guide characterizing the main features of the languages of the minority ethnic groups of the Caucasus and establishing their common origin (genesis) by comparing this data. The author of this book is the creator of the theory of kinship of the Iberian-Caucasian languages and the founder of the corresponding scientific school. This book aims at presenting a systematic analysis of the significant phenomena of phonetics, morphology and syntax of the Iberian- Caucasian languages. According to the author, the obtained results will be an important basis for forming the final picture of comparative phonetics. The book will be useful for those interested in acquiring more knowledge of the diverse linguistic world of the Caucasus and, if interested, in the further scientific study of these languages.

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Table of Contents




Chapter 1. Preliminary Notes

Chapter 2. General Issues of the Phonemic System and History of the Iberian-Caucasian Languages

Chapter 3. General Issues of the Morphological Systems and History of the Iberian-Caucasian Languages

Chapter 4. General Issues of the Syntactic System and the History of the Iberian-Caucasian Languages

Chapter 5. A General Conclusion




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