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Ignacio J. Adiego with an Appendix by Koray Konuk
This handbook presents a complete and updated view of our current knowledge about Carian, one of the Indo-European languages spoken in ancient Anatolia.
Rami van der Molen
The present volume is the long-awaited concordance to A. de Buck's 1961 seven-volume corpus Egyptian Coffin Texts, of vital importance for our understanding of classical Egyptian magic, grammar and literature.
Dietz Otto Edzard
The Sumerian Grammar by Professor D.O. Edzard will become a classic. An up-to-date, reliable guide to the language of the Sumerians, the inventors of cuneiform writing in the late 4th millennium B.C.
Edited by H. Craig Melchert
A state-of-the-art appraisal of the history, language, religion, and material culture of the Luwians, a people as important in Anatolia and Syria in the second and first millennia BCE as the better-known Hittites.
This is the third volume of the Etymological Dictionary of Egyptian. It comprises the Egyptian words with initial m-. The amount of material offered, the extensive treatment of scholarly discussions on each item, and the insights into the connections of Egyptian and the related Afro-Asiatic ...
The multi-volume Etymological Dictionary of Egyptian by Gábor Takács "promises to open a new chapter in Egyptian and Afro-Asiatic comparative lingustics" (A. Dolgopolsky, in Israel Oriental Studies). This second volume is in fact the first volume of the very etymological dictionary. It comprises ...
This is the introductory volume to the first dictionary on etymological relations between ancient Egyptian and other Afro-Asian languages, providing the users with a comprehensive analysis of the Afro-Asiatic background of the Egyptian consonant system, a critical appraisal of linguistic ...
Hermann Hunger and David Pingree
The first comprehensive and up-to-date account of the origins of the astral sciences in the Ancient Near East, offering a comprehensive reference work on all of the Mesopotamian cuneiform documents concerning astronomy.
Ugaritic, discovered in 1929, is a North-West Semitic language, documented on clay tablets and dated between the 14th and the 12th centuries B.C.E. The documents are of various types: literary, administrative, lexicological. The administrative documents shed light on the organization of Ugarit, ...
Heinz Fähnrich and Surab Sardshweladse
The dictionary offers a complete compilation and a historical-comparative reflection of the hereditary lexis of the Kartvelian (South Caucasian) language family. It represents the latest stage of etymological research, contains a wealth of new lexical entries, corrections of earlier attempts and ...
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