The languages and races of Dardistan
NamesLeitner, G. W. (Gottlieb William), 1840-1899 (Author)Ravenstein, Ernst Georg, 1834-1913 (Cartographer)
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1877Place: LahorePublisher: Government Central DepôtIssuance: monographic
Table of ContentsRough outline of text.--Preface.--Pt.I. A comparative vocabulary and grammar of the Dard languages.--Pt.II. A vocabulary (linguistic, geographical, and ethnographical) and dialogues in the Shina dialects.--Pt.III. Introduction.--Legends, riddles, proverbs, fables, customs, songs, religion, government, etc. of the Shina race, and the history of the encroachments of Kashmir on Dardistan.--Appendix.
Library locationsRare Book DivisionShelf locator: *OHP+ (Leitner, G. W. Languages and races of Dardistan) (Locked cage) [Text]Shelf locator: *OHP+++ (Leitner, G. W. Languages and races of Dardistan) [Maps]
TopicsDardistan (Pakistan)Dardic languages -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc
NotesStatement of responsibility: by G.W. Leitner ... with maps by E.G. Ravenstein ...Reproduction: A reprint of part II and III of "Results of tour in Dardistan ..." -73; with an additional preliminary sketch.Bibliography: "Dr. Leitner's past publications": p.-
Physical DescriptionExtent:  p. illus.(geneal. tables) plates, mounted photos., port., 5 fold. maps. 32x25 cm.Various pagings.
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IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 28463947NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b14216027Photo Order: 55451Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 67e1ce10-63c1-0133-b8d3-00505686d14e
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