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He attended local schools and university, studying to be a doctor. Career[ edit ] Trained as a physician, in he took part in the Second French Geodesic Mission for survey measurements of the length of a meridian arc to Ecuador.
While in Ecuador he collected specimens of amphibians and reptiles. They intended it as a collaboration among the fields of philosophy, ethnology and sociology. He taught many French ethnologists, including George Devereux. He continued to develop institutions for the study of mankind. Returning to Paris in , he continued teaching while carrying on his research.
His linguistic research introduced several new perspectives on the Aymara and Quechua languages of South America. Politics[ edit ] Rivet also became involved in politics, alarmed at the rise of Fascism in Europe during the s. Further information: Classification schemes for indigenous languages of the Americas Rivet is well known for his classification of South American languages. He proposed 77 language families and about languages and dialects.
However, he also suggested that migrations to South America were made from Australia some 6, years before, and from Melanesia somewhat later. Honors[ edit ] Rivet is commemorated in the scientific name of a species of South American snake, Leptophis riveti. Ancient Ethnography of Ecuador. Los origenes del hombre Americano. Maya cities: Ancient cities and temples. London: Elek Books. The Eponym Dictionary of Reptiles. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. In: Antoine Meillet and Marcel Cohen ed.
Paris: Collection Linguistique. The Indigenous Languages of South America. The World of Linguistics. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.
EL ORIGEN DEL HOMBRE AMERICANO PAUL RIVET PDF
Kagakus He graduated with his doctorate degree in Rivet took part in the Second French Geodesic Mission to Ecuador inin the role of a physician. No trivia or quizzes yet. Regardless of the actual paths of the migrations that settled all the lands of the earth, Rivet was clear that all humanity was connected, originally one family. This page was last edited on 30 Decemberat Lists with This Book.
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