El ALPI en Cantabria: anotaciones prácticas

Lourdes Royano Gutiérrez

Resumen

The ALPI was the first complete study of all the peninsular diversities which were studied in linguistics geography. This Atlas was conceived in 1923, under the management of Tomás Navarro. It has a phonetical focussing. It includes 75 maps which analyse from the word «bee» to the word «axle». It was published in 1962. The volume I, the only one which has appeared, is a phonetical study about the reality observed by the researchers of the age, in spite of not being exhaustive. In this work we present a study of the seventy five ALPI maps and the information proposed, which will be analyse from the variants appreciated in Cantabria's area. The ALPI retakes four types of local speakings in Cantabria: pasiego, montañés, lebaniego y tudanco.

Palabras clave

Atlas Lingüístico de la Península Ibérica; Cantabria; Atlas lingüísticos; Pasiego; Montañés; Lebaniego; Tudanco

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/ELUA1994-1995.10.17





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