Abkhaz Language and Literature Resources

Abkhaz language (From Wikipedia)
Abkhaz is a Northwest Caucasian language spoken mainly by the Abkhaz people in Georgia, Turkey, and in Abkhazia, the breakaway republic that is generally accepted as part of Georgia, but that is recognized as independent by Russia and Nicaragua.
The Abkhazian Language
The Abkhazian language and its place in the Caucasian family of languages. Dr. Philol. Khibla Amichba.
Spoken by over 100,000 people in Abkhazia, an area on the northeastern Black Sea coast.
The name the Abkhaz call themselves is apsua and their ancient territory they call Ashvy (the land of the Abkhaz). Neighbouring peoples refer to them by different names like aigba and ...

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