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Black Doves Speak: Herodotus and the Languages of Barbarians, In Greek thought, barbaroi are utterers of unintelligible or inarticulate.
The Ethnographer and Foreign Languages 3. The Meaning of Language Difference Bibliography. To cite this work: Munson, Rosaria Vignolo. Hellenic Studies Series 9.
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Forgot your password? Please enter the Email address that you used to register for CHS.From his travels H. Since language is "a particularly unproblematic area of difference [ This narrated experience of language helps him to teach his central ethnographic lesson: differing cultural practices are comparable, with both Greeks and barbarians who, incidentally, are people, too answering to the same fundamental Nomos "from which This particular linguistic version of H. This short, sharp book is a welcome, easily-digested addition to the growing stable of recent works on language and other symbolic systems in H..
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