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Suryoye l-Suryoye


Ausgewählte Beiträge zur aramäischen Sprache, Geschichte und Kultur


Edited by Shabo Talay
The present volume contains a collection of papers on different aspects of Aramaic linguistics, history and culture. These diverse papers are specifically intended for an informed Aramaic readership interested in raising awareness of their own culture. A fresh range of topics is therefore presented in this flagship volume of the series, offering a renewed vision of Aramaic and Syriac studies even for the specialists in the field.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-59333-667-7
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Feb 19,2009
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 237
Languages: English, German
ISBN: 978-1-59333-667-7
$142.00
$85.20

This first volume of the series Bibliotheca Nisibinensis reflects the broad scope of the series through a collection of papers on various aspects of Aramaic linguistics, history, and culture. The papers are drawn from the first three “Suryoye l-Suryoye” symposia held in Germany – Heidelberg (2002), Dingden/Duisburg (2004), and Königswinter/ Bonn (2006). These diverse papers are specifically intended for an informed Aramaic readership interested in raising awareness of their own culture. With an appeal to the specialist and layman alike, some of the papers are technical while others are of a more introductory nature, providing relevant information to a wide variety of readers. A fresh range of topics is therefore presented in this flagship volume of the series, offering a renewed vision of Aramaic and Syriac studies even for the specialists in the field.

This first volume of the series Bibliotheca Nisibinensis reflects the broad scope of the series through a collection of papers on various aspects of Aramaic linguistics, history, and culture. The papers are drawn from the first three “Suryoye l-Suryoye” symposia held in Germany – Heidelberg (2002), Dingden/Duisburg (2004), and Königswinter/ Bonn (2006). These diverse papers are specifically intended for an informed Aramaic readership interested in raising awareness of their own culture. With an appeal to the specialist and layman alike, some of the papers are technical while others are of a more introductory nature, providing relevant information to a wide variety of readers. A fresh range of topics is therefore presented in this flagship volume of the series, offering a renewed vision of Aramaic and Syriac studies even for the specialists in the field.

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Contributor Biography

Shabo Talay

Shabo Talay helds a Ph.D in Semitic Philology, Assyriology and Islamic Studies from the Universtity of Heidelberg/Germany (1997). He is currently Associate Professor for Semitic Philology and Islamic Studies at Erlangen-Nuremberg University. He has many publications in various fields of Arabic and Aramaic dialectology. Recently he published a grammatical comparative description of all Aramaic dialects of the Khabur-Assyrians in Syria under the Title: “Die neuaramäischen Dialekte der Khabur-Assyrer”.