Series: Handbuch der Orientalistik

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The Uralic Languages: Description, History and Foreign Influences (Handbuch Der Orientalistik Achte Abteilung Handbook of Uralic Studies Vol 1) by Denis Sinor1
Wordatlas der arabischen Dialekte. Band I: Mensch, Natur, Fauna, Flora by Woidich Behnstedt100/I
Wortatlas der arabischen Dialekte by Peter Behnstedt100/II
Handbook of Ugaritic studies by Wilfred G. E. Watson39
A History of Ancient Near Eastern Law (Handbook of Oriental Studies) by Raymond WestbrookI.72,1
Iranistik. Erste Abschnitt. Linguistik by Karl HoffmannI.4,1
Geschichte der islamischen Länder by Bertold SpulerI.6
A History of Zoroastrianism: Volume 1, The Early Period by Mary BoyceI.8,1
A History of Zoroastrianism: Volume 2, Zoroastrianism under the Achaemenians by Mary BoyceI.8,2
A History of Zoroastrianism: Volume 3, Zoroastrianism under Macedonian and Roman Rule by Mary BoyceI.8,3
The Legacy of Muslim Spain by Salma Khadra JayyusiI.12
Canaanite in the Amarna Tablets: A Linguistic Analysis of the Mixed Dialect Used by Scribes from Canaan (Handbuch Der Orientalistik. Erste Abteilung, Nahe Und Der Mittlere Osten, 25. Bd.) by Anson F. RaineyI.25
Dictionary of Andalusi Arabic by F. CorrienteI.29
Bibliography of Islamic Philosophy. Vol. 1 by Hans DaiberI.43,1
Bibliography of Islamic Philosophy: 002 (Handbuch Der Orientalistik. Erste Abteilung, Nahe Und Der Mittlere Osten, 43. Bd.), Vol. 2 by Hans DaiberI.43,2
A Phoenician-Punic Grammar (Handbook of Oriental Studies/Handbuch Der Orientalistik) (Handbook of Oriental Studies/Handbuch Der Orientalistik) (Handbook of Oriental Studies/Handbuch Der Orientalistik) by Charles R. KrahmalkovI.54
A Dictionary of the Ugaritic Language in the Alphabetic Tradition by Gregorio Del Olmo LeteI.57
A Dictionary of the Ugaritic Language in the Alphabetic Tradition: Part One [a/i/u–k] by Gregorio Del Olmo LeteI.57,1
A Dictionary of the Ugaritic Language in the Alphabetic Tradition: Part Two [l-z] by Gregorio Del Olmo LeteI.57,2
Classical Arabic Philology and Poetry: A Bibliographical Handbook of Important Editions from 1960 to 2000 (Handbook of Oriental Studies/Handbuch Der Orientalistik) by Reinhard WeipertI.63
The Luwians by H. Craig MelchertI.68
Sumerian Grammar by Dietz Otto EdzardI.71
The Carian Language by Ignacio-Javier Adiego LajaraI.86
Bibliography of Islamic Philosophy. Supplement by 1942- DaiberI.89
Arabic Manuscripts (Handbook of Oriental Studies) by Adam GacekI.98
Languages of the Himalayas: An Ethnolinguistic Handbook of the Greater Himalayan Region (Handbook of Oriental Studies / by George van DriemII.10
The Buddhist Architecture of Gandhara by Kurt A. BehrendtII.17
Chinese Popular Prints (Handbuch Der Orientalistik. Vierte Abteilung, China, 4. Bd. 11.) by John LustIV.11
Daoism Handbook by Livia KohnIV.14
Diplomacy And Trade In The Chinese World, 589-1276 (Handbuch Der Orientalistik. Vierte Abteilung, China.) (Handbook of Oriental Studies) by Hans BielensteinIV.18
Early Chinese Religion: Part One: Shang through Han (1250 BC-220 AD) by John LagerweyIV.21,1
Ancient Jewish Art and Archaeology in the Land of Israel (Handbuch Der Orientalistik 7) by Rachel HachliliVII.1,2 B4
The King's Dictionary. The Rasūlid Hexaglot: Fourteenth Century Vocabularies in Arabic, Persian, Turkic, Greek, Armenian and Mongol by Peter B. GoldenVIII.4
Manchu Grammar by Liliya M. GorelovaVIII.7
Altgeorgisch-Deutsches Wörterbuch by Surab SardshweladseVIII.12
The World of the Khazars : New Perspectives : Selected Papers from the Jerusalem 1999 International Khazar Colloquium hosted by the Ben Zvi Institute by Peter B. GoldenVIII.17

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The well-known Brill series of works on oriental research. The newer alternative name is Handbook of Oriental Studies. As the numbering system does not correctly order, please put the single digit Abteilung/Section number followed by the Band/Volume number in three digits followed by the single digit Abschnitt/Part number (or 0 if the Volume consists of a single part). Thus: (40211|IV.21,1)


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