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GULYA, János.

Title Eastern Ostyak (Khanty) Chrestomathy: Indiana University Uralic and Altaic Series, Vol. 51.
Publisher Bloomington, The Hague Indiana University Publications, Mouton
Date 1968
Book ID 38355
First Edition  


8vo., p/b, viii+207pp.. Edges rubbed, very light signs of wear. A good, clean tight copy. The Khanty language, also known as Hanty, Khant, Xanty, or Ostyak, is a Uralic language with about 9,500 native speakers. Ostyak is a name formerly used to refer to several Indigenous peoples and languages in Siberia, Russia. Both the Khanty people and the Ket people were formerly called Ostyaks, whereas the Selkup people were referred to as Ostyak-Samoyed.
Price: £45.00

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