Babylonisch-assyrische Lesestücke, Issues By Riekele Borger. About this book. Terms of Service · Gregorian Biblical BookShop. Pages displayed by. Babylonisch-assyrische Lesestücke. 1. Die Texte in Umschrift, Volume 1. Front Cover. Rykle Borger. Pontificium Inst. Biblicum, – pages. Published: (); Assyrisch-babylonische Zeichenliste / By: Borger, Rykle, Published: Babylonisch-assyrische Lesestücke / [di] Rykle Borger.

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See above, “Craftsmen o f the Sacred,” note Anchises the father of Aeneas, and Allchises suffered some strange fate as.

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It’s partly your leseestcke fault. In thenarrower and stricter sense, the term denotes the dialect of the Ponnm,the inhabitants of the region of Sidon-Tyre-Acco ancient Put ; this dialect,called Ponnm by its speakers, was used by all inhabitants of Lebanon-Palestine as a quasi national language. Farnell ; Farnell’s book seems to be the o n l y u n -prejudiced and careful discussion o f the p r o b l e m to date, even t h o u g h he seems not to have studied the eastern languages.

Phryg ian script seems to be i n evidence since about B. See Laminger-Pascher See note 8, above. T h e y attacked. B r o w n, ; Salonen ; Szeme-rnyi ; i d e mGnomon 53 ; idem, o-o-pe-ro-si: Goetze, Maduwattas, M i t t e i l u n g e n der Vorderasiatisch-gyptischen Gesellschaft 32 37; o n the date o f this text, see H. For the dependence o f the Phrygian babylonisch-assyyrische on the Greek, see Heubeck 78 against R.


Masson ; Niemeyer For a variety of reasons, speakers do not pronounce their language inexactly the same way as those from whom they learned it. See the discussion in thechapter, Hebrew Biblical and Epigraphic.

Although these marked changesare clearly due to the influence of Aramaic, it is curious that the actual wayof signifying relative subordination in PBH and PBEH is with the particle or prefix se that, which. Labat, Commentaires assyro-babyloniennes sur les prsages ; B.

La titulature royale hittite au IIe millnaire avant J. W i r t h ; see Chapter 3.

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See Chapter 2, “Cra f t smen o f the Sacred,” notes36; cf. To put it another way, determination is often implied babylonisch-assyrsche to the direct object, just as it is in some cases with respect to thesubject.

As the Phoenician and Punic inscriptions also make clear, babylonisch-assyricshe found-ing, building, maintenance, repair, and equipment of sanctuaries andtemples was the responsibility of city-government bureaus such asthose in charge of temples. Die Kasusendungen der luwischen Sprachen. Chapter 1, ” T h e Prob lem o f Loan-Words” at note 8.

Comparative linguistics is the study of the relationshipsamong related languages and between such languages and their commonancestor.


SzemernyiGnomon 43 andreferred to A k k a d i a n bel qati, ” L o r babylonisc-assyrische o f H a n d” w h i c hhowever, means “guarantor” ; AHw ; but i n H i t t i t e the same expression always w i t h Sumer ian-Akkadian spell ing, EN qati means “craf tsman” ; J.

The feminine ending of the noun in the singular is -ot but -at- untressed, before suffixal pronouns or -t.

Repertoiregographique des textes cuniformes 6. The characteris-tics of the cuneiform writing for each of these periods include 1 thespecific shapes of the individual signs, 2 the manner in which all thesigns were written, and 3 the manner of distributing the writing on thetablet.

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O f special importance is the “cup o f N e s t o r ” f r o m Ischia, dated to Schrank 16; cf. And for whatreason was it spoken in the full assembly of the people? Yet recent excavations y i e l d e d the result that i t belongs t o the t e m p l e b u i l t b y Croesus, about B. Among these earlier works is P. Castell ino Greek seers tend t o present themselves i n f a lesestcks i l y g r o u p s.

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