2 edition of Studies in ancient languages of the Sudan found in the catalog.
Studies in ancient languages of the Sudan
International Conference on Language and Literature in the Sudan (2nd 1970 University of Khartoum)
Bibliography: p. 123-129.
|Statement||edited with an introd. by Abdelgadir Mahmoud Abdalla.|
|Series||Sudanese studies library ;, 3|
|Contributions||Abdalla, Abdelgadir Mahmoud., University of Khartoum. Sudan Research Unit.|
|LC Classifications||PL8021.S8 I5 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 129 p. :|
|Number of Pages||129|
|LC Control Number||74980124|
The one which is used in Sudan is the colloquial one. There are more than one hundred different indigenous languages spoken in Sudan, including Ta Bedawie, Nubian and dialects of Nilo-Hamitic and Nilotic languages. Arabic is the official language in Sudan, spoken by more than half of the population. Item #Mc Rare. Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilizat University of Chicago Press, Chicago, First edition. Large in-8, xiv & pages, 6 plates. Modern hardcover, smudged, ex-library with usual markings, inside in fine condition. A good copy. Language: English. THIS BOOK SHIPS FROM THE USA, SHIPPING COSTS WILL BE UPDATED ACCORDINGLY TXR.
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