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The Journal of Byelorussian Studies, Vol. IV, No. 3-4 - Years XV-XVI

The Journal of Byelorussian Studies

Vol. IV, No. 3-4 - Years XV-XVI

Месца выхаду: London

Дата выхаду: 1980

Рэдактар: Mayo Peter

Рэдакцыйная калегія: Arnold B. McMillin, Fr Alexander Nadson, Guy de Picarda

Выдавец: The Anglo-Byelorussian Society

Памеры: 192c., 24см

Кнігазбор: KAMUNIKAT — гэты сайт (электронны варыянт); BTH — бібліятэка Беларускага Гістарычнага Таварыства, ul. Proletariacka 11, Białystok (папяровы асобнік)

Інвэнтарныя нумары: BTH — [296]

During the ll-14th centuries, no less than four Kipcak Turkic speaking groups settled in Eastern Europe: (a) the Tatars and Karaites settled in Byelorussian- and Ukrainian-speaking territories of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the 14th century; (b) Kipcak-speaking members of the Armenian Church settled in Galicia and Podolia beginning with the 11th century; (c) the Cumans settled in Hungary in the 11th century. Of these four groups, only the Karaites, descended from a Jewish sect founded in the 8th century in Iraq which rejects the authority of the oral law, have preserved their speech up to the present — though assimilation to Russian and other Soviet languages is now proceeding apace. The Tatars and Arme­nians apparently assimilated by the 16th century to Byelorussian and Ukrainian, while the Cumans became absorbed into the Hungarian speech community by the 18th century. The Byelorussian Tatars have long been the object of scholarly investigation. While their language disappeared without any significant written documentation, the Byelorussian Tatars are important to Byelorussian linguistics because they wrote Byelorussian in an Arabic-derived script from the 17th century up to the early 20th century, which allows us to reconstruct many features of the spoken language not systematically reflected in the traditional Cyrillic and Latin orthographies.

Каталёг: Kamunikat.org | BTH

Пэрыёдыка: The Journal of Byelorussian Studies

Толькі ў бібліятэцы Беларускага Гістарычнага Таварыства (папяровы асобнік)


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Editor's note. The first three articles in this issue were given as papers at a conference on 'Francis Skaryna and the Renaissance in Byelorussia, held jointly by the Anglo-Byelorussian Society and the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London on 28-29 September 1985. The fourth article, by Professor U.V. Anicenka, was also due to be given as a paper at that conference, but unfortunately Professor Aničenka was i... Болей »