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The only detailed study of the diacritical and vocalization system of Syriac. Segal examines the history and usage of the diacritical point, from before the seventh century, up to the thirteenth century, taking into account both the East and West Syriac traditions.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 1-59333-125-8
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Jan 1,2004
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 194
ISBN: 1-59333-125-8
$132.00
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Segal examines the history and usage of the diacritical point, from before the seventh century, up to the thirteenth century, taking into account both the East and West Syriac traditions. Segal bases his studies both on analysis of manuscripts at the British Museum, as well as the grammatical works of Syriac authors.
Segal examines the history and usage of the diacritical point, from before the seventh century, up to the thirteenth century, taking into account both the East and West Syriac traditions. Segal bases his studies both on analysis of manuscripts at the British Museum, as well as the grammatical works of Syriac authors.
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J. Segal

  • Preface
  • Transliteration of Syriac Characters
  • General Introduction
  • The Diacritical Point before the Seventh Century
  • The Diacritical Point and the Vowels Signs in the Seventh to Twelfth Centuries: East Syria
  • The Diacritical Point and the Vowels Signs in the Seventh to Twelfth Centuries: West Syria
  • The Diacritical Point and the Vowel Signs in the Thirteenth Century
  • The Accents before the Seventh Century
  • The Accents in the Seventh to Tenth Centuries: East Syria
  • The Accents in the Seventh to Tenth Centuries: West Syria
  • The Accents in the Eleventh to Thirteenth Centuries
  • Plates
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