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Principles of Syntactic Reconstruction. Ed. by Gisella Ferraresi and Maria Goldbach.

DOI https://doi.org/10.29091/KRATYLOS/2010/1/1

Hans Henrich Hock


Principles of Syntactic Reconstruction. Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science, 302. Ed. by Gisella Ferraresi and Maria Goldbach. John Benjamins Publishing Company Amsterdam/Philadelphia, 2008. xvii, 219 Seiten. Gebunden, 105,00 EUR. ISBN: 978-90-272-4818-3.

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