Proceedings 1996

Historical and Linguistic Interaction between Inner-Asia and Europe. Proceedings of the 39th Permanent International Conference (PIAC). Edited by Árpád Berta. Studiauralo-altaica 39 (Szeged, 1997). 471 pp. ISBN 9630481-881-1.

Contents

Preface    IX
Klára Agyagási: The Theoretical Possibilities of the Chronological Interpretation of Cheremiss Loanwords in Chuvash    1–10
V. M. Alpatov: Americanization of Japanese and Japanization of English    11–17
Hakan Aydemir: Türkçede ilk seslemdeki yuvarlak ünlülerin nitelikleri üzerine    19–30
Imre Baski: Onomasticon Turcicum    31–42, 4 ill.
Armin Bassarak: Zu einigen Kombinationsbeschränkungen türkischer Verbsuffixe    43–56
Han-Woo Choi: Notes on Some Altaic Shamanistic Terms    57–63
Nurettin Demir: Die Vergangenheitsform auf -(y)ik in anatolischen Dialekten    65–79
Gerhard Doerfer: Čilger’s Self-Criticism and the Problem of Ethnic Cleansing    81–88
Jelena Dshambinowa: Der weiße Hase im kalmückischen Heldenmärchen    89–94
Bajir Dugarov: Das Epos Abaj Geser. Tradition und Gegenwart    95–98
Ildikó Ecsedy: Links Between China and Rome Through Byzantium and Persia: the Nomadic Mediation    99–106
Ahmet B. Ercilasun: Türk dilinde ek-ses ilişkisi    107–113
Stéphane Grivelet: The Latinization Attempt in Mongolia    115–120
Richard W. Howell: /r/Z N THE HOOD    121–125
Mária Ivanics: Das neugefundene Altan Debter?    127–137
Éva Kincses Nagy: Mongolian Loanwords in Chagatay    139–145
Gisaburo N. Kiyose: The Collapse of Palatal-Velar Harmony from Jurchen to Manchu    147–150
S. G. Kljashtornyj: The Polovcian Problem: the Central Asian Aspect (I)    151–153
Zeynep Korkmaz: Batı dilleri ve Türk dili grameri üzerindeki etkileri    155–161
Alibek Malayev: Pazyryk. A Method of Deciphering Ornament    163–172, 5 plates
Ruth I. Meserve: Western Medical Reports on Central Eurasia    179–193
Junko Miyawaki: The Khoyid Chief Amursana in the Fall of the Dzungars: The Importance of the Oyirad Family Trees Discovered in Kazan    195–204, 1 plate
Hans Nugteren: On the Classification of the “Peripheral” Mongolic Languages    207–216
Hidehiro Okada: Haslund’s “Toregut Rarelro” Deciphered    217–223
Bibijna Oryzbaeva: Kirghiz-Turkish Linguistic Contacts    225–227
Tibor Porció: Preliminary Notes on the Uigur and Tibetan Versions of the Sitātapatrādhāranī    229–241
András Róna-Tas: The Migration of the Hungarians and Their Settlement in the Carpathian Basin    243–253
Marti Roos: Recent Developments in Western Yugur    255–267
Volker Rybatzki: Einige Hilfsmittel zur Identifikation und Datierung mittelmongolischer ziviler Dokumente    269–293
Yoshio Saitō: Graphic Variation in the Mongolian Text of Muqaddimat al-Adab: What Word-Medial Final Allographs Imply    295–304
János Sipos: Similar Musical Structures in Turkish, Mongolian, Tungus and Hungarian folk music    305–316
Marek Stachowski: Bemerkungen zu Zahlwörtern sowie Datums- und Altersangaben im Dolganischen und Jakutischen    317–339
Giovanni Stary: Eine mandschurische Beschreibung der Ungarn und ihrer Nachbarn aus dem 18. Jahrhundert    341–346, 4 ill.
Erika Taube: Warum erzählen Erzähler manchmal nicht?    351–363
Edward Tryjarski: The Unity or Multiplicity of Runic Scripts. An Account of the Attempt to Isolate a South Yenisei Alphabet    365–374
Fikret Türkmen: Anadolu mizahında bazı İran ve Arap kökenli mizah tipleri    375–380
Käthe Uray-Kőhalmi: Die Sonne und ihre Familie in der Mythologie der tungusischen Völker    381–389
Emma Usmanova: Woman’s Headdress and Its Semiotic Status in Ancient Eurasian Cultures    391–395, 8 ill.
Hartmut Walravens: New Material on the Portraits of Meritorious Officers of the Qianlong Campaigns    401–420, 5 ill.
David C. Wright: The Death of Chinggis Khan in Mongolian, Chinese, Persian, and    European Sources    425–433
Peter Zieme: Alkoholische Getränke bei den alten Türken    435–445
Mariann Zilahi [Марианн Зилахи]: Языковое нововведение ли в татарском языке?    447–457
István Zimonyi: The Concept of Nomadic Polity in the Hungarian Chapter of Constantine Porphyrogenitus’ De administrando imperio    459–471