Series: Harvard Semitic Studies

Works (15)

West Semitic Vocabulary in the Akkadian Texts from Emar by Eugen J. Pentiuc
The development of the late Phoenician scripts by Brian PeckhamVolume 20
Syriac Manuscripts: A Catalog (Harvard Semitic Studies) by Moshe H. Goshen-GottsteinVolume 23
Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice: A Critical Edition by Carol Newsomvol. 27
Non-Canonical Psalms from Qumran: A Pseudepigraphic Collection by Eileen M. Schullervol. 28
The Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls by Elisha Qimronvol. 29
You Shall Have No Other Gods: Israelite Religion in the Light of Hebrew Inscriptions by Jeffrey H. Tigayvol. 31
Features of the Eschatology of IV Ezra (Harvard Semitic Studies) by Michael Edward StoneVolume 35
Studies in Neo Aramaic (Harvard Semitic Studies, Vol 36)Volume 36
The Origins and Development of the Waw-Consecutive: Northwest Semitic Evidence of Ugarit and Qumran by Mark S. SmithVolume 39
The Development of the Arabic Scripts: From the Nabatean Era to the First Islamic Century According to Dated Texts (Harv by Beatrice Gruendler43
A Grammar of Akkadian by John Huehnergardvol. 45
Key to a Grammar of Akkadian by John Huehnergardvol. 46
Akkadian Loanwords in Biblical Hebrew (Harvard Semitic Studies) by Paul V. MankowskiVolume 47
Adam in Myth and History: Ancient Israelite Perspectives on the Primal Human (Harvard Semitic Studies) by Dexter E. Callender48

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  1. A Concise Dictionary of Akkadian (English and German Edition) by Tina Breckwoldt (1999)
  2. An Akkadian Handbook: Paradigms, Helps, Logograms and Sign Lists by Douglas B. Miller (1996)
  3. Introduction to Akkadian (Studia Pohl) by Richard Caplice (2002)
  4. A Manual of Akkadian by David Marcus (1978)
  5. Akkadian Grammar by Arthur Ungnad (1979)
  6. The Law of the Temple in Ezekiel 40-48 by Steven Shawn Tuell (1992)
  7. A manual of Sumerian grammar and texts by John L. Hayes (1990)
  8. Sumerian Grammar by Dietz Otto Edzard (2003)
  9. A Primer on Ugaritic: Language, Culture and Literature by William M. Schniedewind (2007)
  10. Manuel d'epigraphie akkadienne: Signes, syllabaire, ideogrammes (Geuthner manuels) (French Edition) by Rene Labat (1988)
  11. Liturgical Works (Eerdmans Commentaries on the Dead Sea Scrolls) by James R. Davila (2001)
  12. Empires of the Plain: Henry Rawlinson and the Lost Languages of Babylon by Lesley Adkins (2003)
  13. An Introduction to the Complete Dead Sea Scrolls by G├ęza Vermes (1999)
  14. Lehrbuch des Akkadischen by Kaspar K. Riemschneider (1978)
  15. They Wrote on Clay: The Babylonian Tablets Speak Today by Edward Chiera (1956)

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