[Lingtyp] Verbal person-number indexing reconstructed for a family/deeper subfamily?

David Nash david.nash at anu.edu.au
Wed Jun 20 08:59:51 UTC 2018

Of partial relevance, my 1996 'Pronominal clitic variation in the Yapa 
languages: some historical speculations', pp.117-138 in /Studies in 
Kimberley Languages in Honour of Howard Coate/, ed. by William McGregor. 
(Lincom Europa) http://hdl.handle.net/1885/142540
which parallelled this study of the sister subgroup
McConvell, Patrick. 1980. Hierarchical variation in pronominal clitic 
attachment in the Eastern Ngumbin languages, pp.31-117 /Pacific 
Linguistics/ A.59. http://dx.doi.org/10.15144/PL-A59.31

On 20/6/18 05:22, Ilja Seržant wrote:
> Dear all,
> I am looking for families (or subfamilies with a larger time depth) 
> for which verbal person-number subject indexes / "agreement" affixes 
> (featuring the intransitive subject for ergative lgs.) are 
> reconstructed. (I already have data on Dravidian, Semitic, 
> Indo-European, Maya, Finno-Ugric and Turkic but I need more for my 
> study on the dynamics of these).
> I would be very grateful for any reference.
> Best,
> Ilja

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