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Etruscan

Addenda etrusco-turco-ugrici

Mario Alinei

In questo articolo discuto i recenti risultati della ricerca genetica sugli Etruschi - che come mi attendevo corrispondono abbastanza da vicino a quanto la mia tesi etrusco-ungherese predice -, e ritengo utile illustrare anche quelli delle ricerche linguistiche da me terminate fra il 2003, quando è uscito il mio libro (Alinei 2003), ed oggi.







Magyar-Etruscan Affiliations from a Magyar Point of View

Susan Tomory

Professor Mario Alinei is a linguist, who has been a member and President of the International Society for Dialectology and Geolinguistics for seven years. He is also a member of seven - linguistics related - academies and societies and the founder of Societa Linguistica Italiana. He has written several books and over 200 articles within his chosen field. Among these the Origini delle lingue d'Europe (two volumes) and the Etrusco: Una forma arcaica di ungherese, (the Magyar title: Ősi kapocs, A magyar-etruszk nyelvrokonság) are of great significance to the above subject and they also help broaden the present frontiers of linguistics.

Etruscans, Huns and Hungarians

Prof. Dr. Alfréd Tóth

Already in 1874, the British priest Isaac Taylor brought up the idea of a genetic relationship between Etruscan and Hungarian (Taylor 1874). Since the very influential linguist August Friedrich Pott accepted this affiliation in the first number of his jou

An answer to Dr. Szilágyi’s criticism of my book on Etruscan

Mario Alinei

Could it be that Dr. Szilágyii has just not read my book yet? That he has merely leafed through it, found the cover ridiculous and the presence of an Hungarian poet who dares to criticize the Academy outrageous, and then has assumed the theory as impossible and turned thumbs down? It would be human. But not scientific.

Etruscan: an archaic form of Hungarian

Mario Alinei

The Hungarian translation of my book Etrusco: una forma arcaica di ungherese, il Mulino, Bologna, 2003, has been published by ALL PRINT Kiadó, Budapest, 2005, with the title: Ancient link: the Magyar-Etruscan linguistic relationship.

A magyar-etruszk rokonság kérdése

Tomory Zsuzsa

Mario Alinei nyelvész kilenc tudományos intézet tisztelt tagja, számos könyv és több, mint 200 nyelvészeti cikk szerzője. Az Origini delle lingue d’Europe két kötetben megjelent könyve és a tárgyunkat képező Etrusco: Uno forma archaica di ungherese, magyar kiadásban Ősi kapocs, A magyar-etruszk nyelvrokonság című műve az eddig elfogadott nyelvészeti keretek újraértékelését segíti elő.




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