A Phoenician-Punic Grammar

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BRILL, 28 nov. 2000 - 309 pages
This classical descriptive grammar of the Phoenician-Punic language of the period. ca. 1200 BCE to 350 CE, will prove of particular interest to Hebraists and Semitists. The work is copiously illustrated with examples from texts of all periods and dialects. Much of the material is presented here for the first time.
 

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THE PHOENICIAN LANGUAGE
1
THE ALPHABET ORTHOGRAPHY AND PHONOLOGY
16
THE INDEPENDENT PERSONAL PRONOUNS
38
THE SUFFIXAL PRONOUNS
50
THE DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS AND THE DEFINITE ARTICLE
75
THE RELATIVE AND DETERMINATIVE PRONOUNS
93
THE INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS INDEPENDENT POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS INDEPENDENT OBJECT PRONOUNS AND OTHER PRONOU...
108
THE NOUN AND ADJECTIVE
120
THE VERB THE IMPERATIVE PARTICIPLES AND INFINITIVES
195
THE NUMERALS
215
THE PREPOSITIONS
227
THE ADVERBS AND CONJUNCTIONS
259
THE PARTICLES
276
CLOSING OBSERVATIONS ON SYNTAX
290
Selective General Index
299
HANDBUCH DER ORIENTALISTIK
310

THE VERB INTRODUCTION AND THE SUFFIXING FORM
151
THE VERB THE PREFIXING FORMS
180

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À propos de l'auteur (2000)

Charles R. Krahmalkov, Ph.D. (1965) in Oriental Languages, is Professor of Ancient and Biblical Languages in the Department of Near Eastern Studies at the University of Michigan.

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