The IOS Annual Volume 21: “Carrying a Torch to Distant Mountains”

Yoram Cohen (Editor), Amir Gilan (Editor), Letizia Cerqueglini (Editor), Beata Sheyhatovitch (Editor)

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The IOS Annual Volume 21: “Carrying a Torch to Distant Mountains”, brings forth cutting-edge studies devoted to a wide array of fields and disciplines of the Middle East. The three sections—the Ancient Near East, Semitic Languages and Linguistics, and Arabic Language and Literature—include sixteen articles. In the Ancient Near East section are studies devoted to Babylonian literature (Gabbay and Wasserman; Ayali-Darshan), history (Cohen and Torrecilla), and language (Zadok). The Semitic Languages and Linguistics section contains discussions about comparative Semitics—Egyptian and Modern South Arabic (Borg; Cerqueglini), Aramaic dialects (Khan; Stadel), Palestinian Arabic (Arnold; Procházka), and Tigre and Ethiosemitic languages (Voigt). The final section of Arabic Language and Literature is devoted to ʿArabiyya and its grammarians (Dror, Versteegh, Sheyhatovitch, Kasher, and Sadan).
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages473
JournalThe IOS Annual
StatePublished - 2022

ULI Keywords

  • uli
  • Middle East -- History -- Periodicals


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