The IOS Annual Volume 22: “Telling of Olden Kings”

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

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The IOS Annual volume 22: “Telling of Olden Kings” brings forth studies devoted to a wide array fields and disciplines of the Middle East. The Ancient Near East section is devoted to Neo-Babylonian Mesopotamia and the Achaemenid Empire (Da Riva and Novotny; Levavi; Tavernier and Azzoni; Zadok). The Semitic section includes three articles dealing with contact between various languages of the Semitic language group and between Semitic languages and dialects and other language groups (Castagna; Cerqueglini; Klimiuk and Lipnicka). The Arabic section contains two articles two articles about Modern Iraqi and Egyptian Poetry (Khoury) and the image of Rahav the harlot in early Muslim traditions (Yavor).
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages237
JournalThe IOS Annual
StatePublished - 2022

ULI Keywords

  • uli
  • Middle Eastern literature -- History and criticism
  • Middle Eastern philology
  • Middle East -- Languages -- Grammar, Comparative
  • Near Eastern philology


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