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Die neu-aramaeischen Dialekte von Urmia bis Mosul


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Edited and Translated by Albert Socin
This volume contains Neo-Aramaic texts, with German translation, from various regions between Urmia and Mosul, a collection of 27 narratives (including proverbs and songs) that offer a wealth of cultural information.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-177-0
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Sep 7,2012
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 7 x 10
Page Count: 240
Language: German
ISBN: 978-1-61719-177-0
$177.00
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Albert Socin (1844-1899) traveled widely in the middle east and published several works on inscriptions, Arabic, Neo-Aramaic, and Kurdish. This volume contains texts from various regions between Urmia and Mosul, a collection of 27 narratives (including proverbs and songs) that offer a wealth of cultural information. The introduction orients this publication to previous work in modern Aramaic dialects and gives information on the regions and people from whom the texts come. The original text is given in east Syriac script (with vowels) and facing transcription; the German translation, with explanatory notes, occupies the second half of the book. The book will be of interest to linguists, historians, and anthropologists.

Albert Socin (1844-1899) traveled widely in the middle east and published several works on inscriptions, Arabic, Neo-Aramaic, and Kurdish. This volume contains texts from various regions between Urmia and Mosul, a collection of 27 narratives (including proverbs and songs) that offer a wealth of cultural information. The introduction orients this publication to previous work in modern Aramaic dialects and gives information on the regions and people from whom the texts come. The original text is given in east Syriac script (with vowels) and facing transcription; the German translation, with explanatory notes, occupies the second half of the book. The book will be of interest to linguists, historians, and anthropologists.

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  • SERIES FOREWORD (page 5)
  • INHALT (page 7)
  • A. DER DIALEKT VON URMIA I-XXII (page 15)
  • B. DER DIALEKT VON SUPURGAN UND CHUSRAWA XXIII (page 134)
  • C. DER DIALEKT VON DSCHELU XXIV (page 136)
  • D. FELLIHI-DIALEKT XXV (page 141)
  • E. DER DIALCHIT DER JUDEN XXVII (page 173)
  • UBERSETZUNG. (page 185)
    • UBER DIE CHAMORNAL (page 185)
    • DIE STADT IM MEERE (page 186)
    • DIE ANDERE WELT (page 187)
    • HEILIGE STEINE (page 188)
    • UBER HEILIGE BAUME (page 190)
    • UBER VOGEL (page 191)
    • VERSCHIEDENARTIGER ABERGLAUBE (page 192)
    • ZAUBERMITTEI (page 193)
    • UBER DIE HEILIGE SCHACHANI (page 194)
    • GESPENSTER UND DAMONEN (page 196)
    • BARENGESCHICHTEN (page 199)
    • UBER DAS LAND ADHERBEIDSCHAN (page 201)
    • UBER DIE BLUTRACHE (page 206)
    • ERZAHLUNG VON CHNANISCHU, EINEM GRINDKOPF (page 208)
    • DER FRAUEN TODTENGESANG UBER EINEN VERSTORBENEN (page 210)
    • DER HOBARBAN-TANZ (page 212)
    • VERSCHIEDENE GEBRAUCHE (page 213)
    • SPRICHWORTER UND REDENSARTEN (page 220)
    • VERWUNSCHUNGEN (page 220)
    • FELLIHILIEDER (page 223)
    • GEISTLICHES LIED VON TOMA ES-SINDSCHARI (page 230)
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