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STÜBER, K.: The Historical Morphology of n-Stems in Celtic

DOI https://doi.org/10.29091/KRATYLOS/2001/1/26

Joseph F. Eska


Stüber, Karin: The Historical Morphology of n-Stems in Celtic. Maynooth, Department of Old Irish, National University of Ireland, 1998, 8°, 237 S. (Maynooth Studies in Celtic Linguistics, 3.). Brosch. 18 IR £.

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