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Part I, "Comparative Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic)," contains seven papers.
Tamashek is a division of Tuareg, the southern branch of Berber, which is part of the Afro-Asiatic or Hamito-Semitic family of languages.
Some of the main language families hypothesized by these scholars include the Sino-Tibetan family (usually subdivided into the Tibeto-Burman, Chinese, and Thai subfamilies); the Indo-European family (still represented today by dialects or branches such as Indic and Iranian, Greek, Armenian, Slavic, Baltic, Albanian, Celtic, Italic, and Germanic; and including two branches of now-dead languages, Hittite and Tocharlan); the Hamito-Semitic (or Afroasiatic) family; the Uralic and Altaic (or Ural-Altaic) family; the Finno-Ugric (a subdivision of the Uralic group of tongues); and others.
Stolbova, Hamito-Semitic Etymological Dictionary: Materials for a Reconstruction (Leiden: E.
Andrzej Zaborski's "Remarks on Derived Verbs in Hamito-Semitic" (pp.
This is yet another attempt to find for Dravidian a larger linguistic "hyper-family," this time the so-called "Nostratic," on the base of correspondences between Dravidian, Indo-European, Uralic, Altaic, and Hamito-Semitic.
I should expect a mention of the diagrams in my papers "Zum hamitosemitischen Charakter des Berberischen," Asien Afrika, Lateinamerika 21 (1988): 180-84; "Archaic Semitic in the Light of Hamito-Semitic," Zeitschrift fur Althe-brdistik 7 (1994): 234-44 (reproduced in E.