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Maloletko, A. M
Drevnie Narody Sibiri: Etnicheskii Sostav po Dannym Toponimiki
Tom I: Predystoriia Cheloveka i Iazyka: Ural`tsy. Tom II: Kety
[ Ancient peoples of Siberia: Ethnic structure based on toponymic data : Volume one. Prehistory of man and language: Uralians. Volume 2" Kety]

Tomsk:  Izd-vo Tomskogo Universiteta, 1999-2000
282 + 311 ppImages
Hardcover. 14 x 20 cm
ISBN: 5751110269 (v. 1)
Language: Russian
Volume one presents the author`s theory of the first human settlement on the planet, the creation of human populations and their languages and covers the history of the formation of the peoples of the Finno-Ugrik language group and their languages. Volume two includes the history of one of Siberial people - Kety. The book continues his previous Paleotoponimika (010745). Extensive bibliography.
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