Arnhem Land languages
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Not to be confused with Arnhem languages.
|Linguistic classification:||recently proposed family of Australian languages.|
(The name "Arnhem languages" is used by Green (2003) for what Evans calls "Ginwinyguan", and is only tangentially related to this proposal.)
The established language families included in this proposal are,
- McConvell, Patrick and Nicholas Evans. (eds.) 1997. Archaeology and Linguistics: Global Perspectives on Ancient Australia. Melbourne: Oxford University Press
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