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One of the main sources from which the famous Bar Hebraeus might have drawn his knowledge of Syriac grammar to write his semhe. This book is not only important for the history of Syriac grammars, but can be used to learn grammar itself.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 1-59333-019-7
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Mar 13,2003
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 184
ISBN: 1-59333-019-7
$129.00
$77.40
One of the main sources from which the famous Bar Hebraeus might have drawn his knowledge of Syriac grammar to write his semhe. This book is not only important for the history of Syriac grammars, but can be used to learn grammar itself.
One of the main sources from which the famous Bar Hebraeus might have drawn his knowledge of Syriac grammar to write his semhe. This book is not only important for the history of Syriac grammars, but can be used to learn grammar itself.
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Contributor Biography

Richard Gottheil

1862-1936

  • Preface
  • The Manuscripts
  • Translation
  • Introduction by Rabbi Allen Darnov
  • The Letters of the alphabet
  • Letters in motion and at rest
  • Radical and servile letters
  • On the letters which are called case-letters
  • On Rukkaha and Kussaya
  • Rukkaha and Kussaya with pe
  • On the letters which are absorbed
  • On the letters which are assimilated
  • On the letters which interchange with each other
  • On the Seyame points
  • On the pronunciation of the Syriac letters
  • On the general points of pronunciation
  • List of nouns, together with the inflection of verbs