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Sifting the Evidence for the Reconstruction of Pannonian Slavic *

@inproceedings{Richards2011SiftingTE,
  title={Sifting the Evidence for the Reconstruction of Pannonian Slavic *},
  author={Ronald O. Richards},
  year={2011}
}
Ronald O. Richards' The Pannonian Slavic Dialect ofthe Common Slavic ProtoLanguage, a revision ofhis UCLA Ph.D. dissertation, takes on the challenging task of wringing from the Hungarian-language evidence information on the Slavic dialect(s) that over time disappeared after the entrance ofthe Hungarians into the Carpathian basin in the ninth century AD. The difficulties Richards faces, as ha ve others before him, are formidable. Although the corpus ofbouowed Slavic material in Hungarian is not… Expand
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