Rugendas, Moritz 1835

Rugendas, Moritz. 1835. Malerische Reise in Brasilien. (4 parties.) Paris: E. Engelmann.

  address    = {Paris},
  author     = {Rugendas, Moritz},
  publisher  = {E. Engelmann},
  title      = {Malerische Reise in Brasilien},
  volume     = {4 parties},
  year       = {1835},
  inlg       = {German [deu]},
  jfmnote    = {Includes several African word lists, all collected in Brasil, e.g. Masanja (Kikongo?), 'spoken in the interior of Congo, and to the north of Benguela' (Latham 1847:191), Tschoambo (Ecuwabo?), 'spoken in the interior of Mozambique, near the Makuas' (idem:192), Matibani (Copi?), 'spoken ... in Inhambane' (idem). Rugendas was 'a Bavarian artist who had travelled through eastern Brasil in the early nineteenth century and had taken down descriptions of West Africa and scraps of speech from negro slaves ... Rugendas dealt with the languages of Añgôla and Moçambique' (Johnston 1919:3). Reprinted 1986 by Daco-Verlag in Stuttgart (ISBN-10 3-87135-001-X).},
  keywords   = {;caf;eaf;saf;amr;ang;mzm;trv;lng;lxl;bnt;h.16;p.34;s.61;},
  lgcode     = {Chopi [cce], Chuwabu [chw] (autotranslated from Maho's coding system)},
  macro_area = {Africa},
  src        = {eballiso2009}


Name in source Glottolog languoid
Chuwabu (autotranslated from Maho's coding system)]