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Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2012 16:23:24
From: Ulrich Lueders [lincom.europa at t-online.de]
Subject: Elementos de la Gramática de la Lengua Keshua: Berrios

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Title: Elementos de la Gramática de la Lengua Keshua 
Series Title: LINCOM Americana  

Publication Year: 2012 
Publisher: Lincom GmbH
	   http://www.lincom.eu
	

Book URL: www.lincom-shop.eu 


Author: José David Berrios

Paperback: ISBN:  9783862901500 Pages: 256 Price: Europe EURO 55.70


Abstract:

El idioma keshua, extendido, en otro tiempo, desde Quito hasta Copiapó i 
Tucumán, en el vasto Imperio de los Incas, soberanos de la región que los 
españoles denominaran Perú, divididos hoi en varias naciones de la América 
Meridional, fué conocido i apreciado por algunos sabios sacerdotes de la 
Península que lo estudiaron i aun publicaron algunos libros á él. No habiendo 
existido ningún documento escrito en este idioma, por cuanto los Incas i sus 
súbditos del poderoso Imperio de Tahuantinsuyu ignoraban el arte de la 
escritura, conservando sus anales sólo por medio de los K'ipus (especie de 
rapacejos de hilo de lana de diversos colores i atados en nudos diversos), se 
hace forzoso representar los varios i peculiares sonidos de la lengua keshua 
por medio de los caracteres de los idiomas europeos, creando nuevos para 
los sonidos especiales del idioma. 

Contenido: Signos o letras Keshuas (Sanampakuna), de las partes de la 
oración, del nombre (suti), del pronombre (sutij rantin), del verbo (rimai), de la 
construcción, de las oraciones, prosodia, ortografía (Re-edition; originally 
published 1919 in La Paz; written in Spanish). 



Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation
                     Native American languages


Written In: Spanish  (spa)
	
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