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general corpus / spoken / flk: folklore texts

INEL Kamas Corpus 0.1

Kamas is an extinct Samoyedic language (Uralic family). The INEL Kamas corpus comprises folklore texts collected by Kai Donner in 1912–1914, before the language shift, and transcribed audio recordings of the last speaker, Klavdiya Plotnikova made between 1964 and 1970. Each text in the corpus is provided with morphological glossing, translation into English, Russian and German, annotation of borrowings. Some texts also have annotations for syntactic structure, semantic roles and information status.

Language: Kamas

License: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 (public)

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general corpus / spoken / flk: folklore texts

INEL Selkup Corpus 0.1

Selkup is an endangered Southern Samoyedic language (Uralic family). The INEL Selkup corpus is composed of texts from the archive of Angelina Ivanovna Kuzmina (1924–2002), who gathered a large amount of material on Selkup in almost all regions where the Selkup people lived in 1962–1977. Most texts in the corpus originate from the handwritten part of the archive, the others come from sound recordings made by A.I. Kuzmina, transcribed and translated within the INEL project. Each text in the corpus is provided with morphological glossing, translation into English, Russian and German, annotation of borrowings. Some texts also have annotations for syntactic structure, semantic roles and information status.

Language: Selkup

License: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 (public)

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