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In this study on relative pronouns and relative sentences in Assyrian, Kraetzschmar begins with the origin and demonstrative use of relative pronouns, noting the primary position of ša as a genitive and a preposition. Kraetzschmar also addresses relative sentences without ša. He also addresses the conjunctive relative sentence in Akkadian, considering subjective, objective, and sentences with time and syllogistic elements. Although a technical study, this exploration into a key form of expression in the burgeoning era of Akkadian studies will still find a place in libraries of specialists in Mesopotamian languages.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-013-6
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Series: Analecta Gorgiana 94
Publication Date: Jan 22,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 64
Language: German
ISBN: 978-1-60724-013-6
$45.00

In this study on relative pronouns and relative sentences in Assyrian, Kraetzschmar begins with the origin and demonstrative use of relative pronouns, noting the primary position of ša as a genitive and a preposition. Moving on to the relative sentence, he begins with the simple relative sentence and the relationship of cases with such sentences. He deals with pronunciation of relative sentence verbs and the normal Assyrian verb. Relative sentences with ša in place of a regular nomen are also considered along with relative sentences with substantive use of the same pronoun. Kraetzschmar also addresses relative sentences without ša. This concludes the main body of his discussion. He also addresses the conjunctive relative sentence in Akkadian, considering subjective, objective, and sentences with time and syllogistic elements. Although a technical study, this exploration into a key form of expression in the burgeoning era of Akkadian studies will still find a place in libraries of specialists in Mesopotamian languages.

Richard Kraetzschmar (1867-1902) was professor of Old Testament Exegesis at the University of Marburg. He was noted as the author of a commentary on Ezekiel.

In this study on relative pronouns and relative sentences in Assyrian, Kraetzschmar begins with the origin and demonstrative use of relative pronouns, noting the primary position of ša as a genitive and a preposition. Moving on to the relative sentence, he begins with the simple relative sentence and the relationship of cases with such sentences. He deals with pronunciation of relative sentence verbs and the normal Assyrian verb. Relative sentences with ša in place of a regular nomen are also considered along with relative sentences with substantive use of the same pronoun. Kraetzschmar also addresses relative sentences without ša. This concludes the main body of his discussion. He also addresses the conjunctive relative sentence in Akkadian, considering subjective, objective, and sentences with time and syllogistic elements. Although a technical study, this exploration into a key form of expression in the burgeoning era of Akkadian studies will still find a place in libraries of specialists in Mesopotamian languages.

Richard Kraetzschmar (1867-1902) was professor of Old Testament Exegesis at the University of Marburg. He was noted as the author of a commentary on Ezekiel.

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