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African Studies: Lingustics & People of the Horn of Africa

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African Languages / Linguistics
Category Portal

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African Studies > Linguistics of African Languages
Portal

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Languages of Africa
There are an estimated 2,000 languages spoken in Africa.[1] They fall into four major linguistic families: Afro-Asiatic stretches from North Africa to the Horn of Africa and Southwest Asia.Nilo-Saharan is centered on Sudan and Chad. Niger-Congo covers West, Central, and Southeast Africa.Khoe is concentrated in the deserts of Namibia and Botswana.From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Category Weki website

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Genetics and linguistics in sub-Saharan Africa
Category Article

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Ancient African Writing Systems and Knowledge
Category Article

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Current Unreached Ethno-Linguistic Peoples with over 10,000 persons in the Horn of Africa
Category Research

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Africa-Asia relations: some historical, cultural and lingustic connections
Category Article

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Changes in Ancient Egyptian Language
Category Article

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A brief study of Somali Etymology and its historic-linguistic potential
Category Article

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African Language Materials Archive(ALMA)
Category ALMA website

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Basic documents on language policy in Africa
Category Portal

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The Asmara Declaration on African Languages and Literatures
Category Research

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Sociolingo's Africa
Category Portal

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Race and Ethnicity in the Horn of Africa
Category Article

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Ethnic Distinction Among the Oromo What Factors Make a People Group Distinct?
Category Article

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Afar, Ophir and the Mists of History
Category Article

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Tigre, Tigray, Tigrinya � Ethnicites, Languages and Politics
Category Ethnologue: Web

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Language Family Trees Afro-Asiatic, Semitic, South, Ethiopian
Category Wyatt Archaeological Research

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Afro-Asiatic languages
The Afro-Asiatic languages are a language family of about 240 languages and 250 million people widespread throughout North Africa and Southwest Asia. The following language subfamilies are included: * Berber languages,Chadic languages,Egyptian languages,Semitic languages,Cushitic languages,Beja languages,Omotic languages
Category Directory

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Colour, Race and Genetics in the Horn of Africa
Category Article

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People Profile The Somali People
Category Portal

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Hamitic Races And Languages
Category Article

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Somalia: origins, migrations and settlement
Category Research paper

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Ethnic groups in Sudan
Category Portal

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People Profile The Nuer of Sudan and Ethiopia
Category Article

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The Nuer People of Southern Sudan�Part 1
Category Article

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Dinka language resources
Category Portal

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Sudan Archaeology: Archaeological resources
Category Portal

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Case Marking Systems in Two Ethiopian Semitic Languages
Category Article

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Results in Evolutionary Phonology
Category Presentation

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Amarigna/Tigrigna: World's 1st Written Language of Commerce
Category Presentation

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