0 thoughts on “Encyclopedia of the Languages of Europe

  1. This authoritative reference manual focuses on the languages of Europe, but I especially appreciate the fact that it also includes now extinct languages (languages known to have been spoken in Europe in the past). Detailed and extensive information on the origins and historical development of each language is presented (while for the living languages, the contemporary position and state of the same are also considered); an added bonus is that each of the chapters also lists bibliographical infor

  2. Super interesting if you are a super nerd.

    I am, so I liked it. This book gives a linguistic overview of European languaues, language groups, language families. If you can’t speak languages as well as you would like, after reading this book, you will at least be able to speak about languages.

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