Kennen Sie schon … das Glottolog?

Das Glot­tolog sam­melt „com­pre­hen­sive ref­er­ence infor­ma­tion for the world’s lan­guages, espe­cial­ly the less­er known lan­guages“:

Cat­a­logue of lan­guages and fam­i­lies
Glot­tolog pro­vides a com­pre­hen­sive cat­a­logue of the world’s lan­guages, lan­guage fam­i­lies and dialects. It assigns a unique and sta­ble iden­ti­fi­er (the Glot­tocode) to (in prin­ci­ple) all lan­guoids, i.e. all fam­i­lies, lan­guages, and dialects. Any vari­ety that a lin­guist works on should even­tu­al­ly get its own entry. The lan­guoids are orga­nized via a genealog­i­cal clas­si­fi­ca­tion (the Glot­tolog tree) that is based on avail­able his­tor­i­cal-com­par­a­tive research (see also the Lan­guoids infor­ma­tion sec­tion).

The Ref­er­ences sec­tion (‚lang­doc‘) pro­vides a com­pre­hen­sive col­lec­tion of bib­li­o­graph­i­cal data for the world’s less­er known lan­guages. It pro­vides access to 344,601 ref­er­ences of descrip­tive works such as gram­mars, dic­tio­nar­ies, word lists, texts etc. Search cri­te­ria include author, year, title, coun­try, and genealog­i­cal affil­i­a­tion. Ref­er­ences can be down­loaded as txt, bib, html, or with the Zotero Fire­fox plu­g­in.

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