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Les Dialectes Néo-Araméens de Salamas


Textes sur l’état actuel de la Perse et contes populaires


This specialized study by renowned linguist Rubens Duval brings together several grammatical studies between its covers. For the most part this intriguing volume is an exploration of the dialects of Neo-Aramaic of Salmas in the area of Azerbaijan and northwest Iran. Duval transcribed in handwritten, Roman characters, the aural information he received in the region from Syrian Christians and Jews. These are translated into French, making access to the linguistic information available to non-Semitic specialists. Duval concludes the book with an article on Syriac inscriptions of Salmas. This book is very rare in the used book market.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-59333-787-2
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Apr 2,2009
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 332
Languages: French, German
ISBN: 978-1-59333-787-2
$165.00
$115.50

This specialized study by renowned linguist Rubens Duval brings together several grammatical studies between its covers. For the most part this intriguing volume is an exploration of the dialects of Neo-Aramaic of Salmas in the area of Azerbaijan and northwest Iran. Duval transcribed in handwritten, Roman characters, the aural information he received in the region from Syrian Christians and Jews. The unscientific documents contain a wealth of information on these understudied dialects and cover a wide variety of life areas. These are translated into French, making access to the linguistic information available to non-Semitic specialists. Also included in this volume is an essay in German on the Arabic dialects of Mosul and Mardin written by A. Socin. Duval concludes the book with a small article on Syriac inscriptions of Salmas. This book is very rare in the used book market, and is now available as one of the gems of the Gorgias Historical Grammars series.

M. Rubens Duval (1839-1911) was the foremost French authority on Syriac literature of his day. A renowned lexicographer, he published widely in the field of Syriac studies, and his works remain indispensable today.

This specialized study by renowned linguist Rubens Duval brings together several grammatical studies between its covers. For the most part this intriguing volume is an exploration of the dialects of Neo-Aramaic of Salmas in the area of Azerbaijan and northwest Iran. Duval transcribed in handwritten, Roman characters, the aural information he received in the region from Syrian Christians and Jews. The unscientific documents contain a wealth of information on these understudied dialects and cover a wide variety of life areas. These are translated into French, making access to the linguistic information available to non-Semitic specialists. Also included in this volume is an essay in German on the Arabic dialects of Mosul and Mardin written by A. Socin. Duval concludes the book with a small article on Syriac inscriptions of Salmas. This book is very rare in the used book market, and is now available as one of the gems of the Gorgias Historical Grammars series.

M. Rubens Duval (1839-1911) was the foremost French authority on Syriac literature of his day. A renowned lexicographer, he published widely in the field of Syriac studies, and his works remain indispensable today.

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  • INTRODUCTION (page 5)
  • CONTRIBUTIONS AUX DIALECTES NEO-ARAMEENS (page 161)
  • a DIALECTE DES CHALDEENS DE CHOSRAVA (page 161)
  • b DIALECTE DES JUIFS DE SALAMAS (page 223)
  • Der arabische Dialekt von Mosul und Mardin Von A Socin (page 251)
  • a Der Dialekt von Mosul (page 254)
  • b Der Dialekt von Mardin (page 272)
  • INSCRIPTIONS SYRIAQUES DE SALAMAS EN PERSE PAR M RUBENS DUVAL (page 303)
  • NOUVELLES ET MELANGES MISCELLANEES CHINOIS PAN M CAMILLE IMBAULT-HUART (page 326)