The documentation of Modern South Arabian languages: Bathari


The documentation of Modern South Arabian languages: Bathari

Language: Bathari (ISO639-3:bhm)
Depositor: Miranda Morris
Location: Oman
Deposit Id: 0364
Level: Deposit

Summary of deposit
The documentation and ethnolinguistic analysis of Modern South Arabian, sponsored by the Leverhulme Trust, deals with five Modern South Arabian languages: Jibbali, Mahri, Hobyot, Bathari and Harsusi. This collections looks at Bathari recordings of Bathari-speaking communities living in central Oman.

Group represented
Bathari

Deposit contents
This collection contains audio recordings in WAV format of cultural tradition, personal narratives, poems and songs, folk tales, games, material culture, aspects of intangible culture. The list of topics is included with the sound files and metadata.

Acknowledgement

Acknowledgement to the Leverhulme Trust, and the Bathari language communities in Oman.



Status

Curated
Resources online and curated

Depositor

Miranda Morris
Affiliation: University of St Andrews

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