The IOS Annual Volume 24: "Let the Tabarna, the King, Be Dear to the Gods"

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

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Volume 24 of the Israel Oriental Studies Annual includes eight articles. The Ancient Near Eastern section consists of five articles. Four deal with Hittite and Anatolian subjects (Burgin, Gilan, Cohen and Hawkins); one discusses the “Laws of Hazor” text fragment and its relationship to other cuneiform law collections (Darabi). The Semitic section includes three articles. The first is the second instalment of Etymogical Investigations on Jibbali/Śḥerέt Anthroponyms (Castagna and Al-'amri). The second article is a discussion of the relationship between Ethiopian Semitic languages and ancient Egyptian (Cerqueglini). Sealing the Semitic section and volume 24 is a study of spoken Ashkenazic Hebrew among Hassidic communities (Yampolskaya et al.).
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages234
JournalThe IOS Annual
Issue number1st
StatePublished - 2024

ULI Keywords

  • uli
  • Middle Eastern philology
  • Middle East -- History -- To 622
  • Middle East -- Languages -- Grammar, Comparative
  • Near Eastern philology
  • Arab countries -- History -- To 622


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