The Semitic languages / edited by Robert Hetzron. Other Authors. Hetzron, Robert. Published. New York: Routledge, Content Types. text. Carrier Types. : The Semitic Languages (Routledge Language Family Series) ( ): Robert Hetzron: Books. THE NEAR AND MIDDLE EAST. ROBERT HETZRON (ed.): The Semitic languages. xx, pp. London: Routledge, ? Nildeke to Goldziher (7/8/ ).
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The Semitic Languages presents a unique, comprehensive survey of individual languages or language clusters from their origins in antiquity to their present-day forms.
The book is divided into three parts and each chapter presents a self-contained article, written by a recognized expert in the field. These individual descriptions of each language or cluster hetron phonology, morphology, syntax, lexis and dialects.
Suggestions are made for the most useful sources of further reading and the work is comprehensively indexed. Selected pages Title Page.
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Contents Genetic Subgrouping of the Semitic Languages. Scripts of Semitic Languages. The Arabic Grammatical Tradition.
The Hebrew Grammatical Tradition. Arabic Dialects and Maltese.
The Modern South Arabian Languages. The Silte Group East Gurage.
Phoenician and the Eastern Canaanite Languages. Sayhadic Epigraphic South Arabian. References to this book Syntactic Change in Akkadian: Verb classes and transitivity in Amharic Mengistu Amberber Snippet view – Genetic Subgrouping of the Semitic Languages.
Syntactic Change in Akkadian: