The Burgundian language and its phylogeny : a cladistical investigation

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HARTMANN, Frederik, Chiara RIEGGER, 2022. The Burgundian language and its phylogeny : a cladistical investigation. In: NOWELE : North-Western European Language Evolution. John Benjamins. 75(1), pp. 42-80. ISSN 0108-8416. eISSN 2212-9715. Available under: doi: 10.1075/nowele.00062.har

@article{Hartmann2022Burgu-58772, title={The Burgundian language and its phylogeny : a cladistical investigation}, year={2022}, doi={10.1075/nowele.00062.har}, number={1}, volume={75}, issn={0108-8416}, journal={NOWELE : North-Western European Language Evolution}, pages={42--80}, author={Hartmann, Frederik and Riegger, Chiara} }

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