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cover: The Lost Notebooks of Robert Burkitt, Maya Linguist: A Record of Languages of Ancient Guatemala The Lost Notebooks of Robert Burkitt, Maya Linguist: A Record of Languages of Ancient Guatemala
Edited by John M. Weeks & Elin C. Danien
This work makes accessible rare, collected linguistic data from the late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth centuries. The study presents the earliest reliable records of a number of Mayan languages, as opposed to previous materials written primarily by colonial sources.
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