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The Syriac and Arabic Lexicon of Hasan Bar Bahlul (set)

Beth Qaṭraye was an important cultural, linguistic and religious crossroads in the pre- and early Islamic periods. In this reissue of a facsimile edition of Duval’s edition of Bar Bahlul’s lexicon, Duval’s Latin introductory material has been translated into English by Samuel Barry.

The reissue of Duval’s edition of Bar Bahlul’s lexicon is part of a larger project that aims at producing resources for the study of Syriac, Aramaic and Arabic lexical and toponymical data of Beth Qaṭraye based on historical, archaeological and lexicographical evidence. The project provides an XML tagged version of the Bar Bahlul corpus.

This release differs from earlier reprints in that Duval's rich introductory material is translated into English by Samuel Barry, the Dr. Khalid and Mrs. Amira Dinno Fellow in Digital Humanities at Beth Mardutho for 2018.

The reissue of Duval’s edition of Bar Bahlul’s lexicon is part of a larger project that aims at producing resources for the study of Syriac, Aramaic and Arabic lexical and toponymical data of Beth Qaṭraye based on historical, archaeological and lexicographical evidence. The project provides an XML tagged version of the Bar Bahlul corpus.

This release differs from earlier reprints in that Duval's rich introductory material is translated into English by Samuel Barry, the Dr. Khalid and Mrs. Amira Dinno Fellow in Digital Humanities at Beth Mardutho for 2018.
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Contributor Biography

Mario Kozah

Mario Kozah is Assistant Professor of Syriac and Islamic Studies at the American University of Beirut. He holds a B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. in Oriental Studies from the University of Cambridge.

George Kiraz

George A. Kiraz is the founder and director of Beth Mardutho: The Syriac Institute, and the president of Gorgias Press. He earned an MSt in Syriac Studies from Oxford University, and an MPhil and PhD from Cambridge University. He has an extensive list of publications in Syriac studies.

Haya Al Thani

Abdulrahim Abu-Husayn

Saif Shaheen Al-Murikhi

Samuel Barry

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The Syriac and Arabic Lexicon of Hasan Bar Bahlul (Olaph-Dolath)
Beth Qaṭraye was an important cultural, linguistic and religious crossroads in the pre- and early Islamic periods. In this reissue of a facsimile edition of Duval’s edition of Bar Bahlul’s lexicon, Duval’s Latin introductory material has been translated into English by Samuel Barry.
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-4632-4101-8
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Picture of The Syriac and Arabic Lexicon of Hasan Bar Bahlul (He-Mim)
The Syriac and Arabic Lexicon of Hasan Bar Bahlul (He-Mim)
Beth Qaṭraye was an important cultural, linguistic and religious crossroads in the pre- and early Islamic periods. In this reissue of a facsimile edition of Duval’s edition of Bar Bahlul’s lexicon, Duval’s Latin introductory material has been translated into English by Samuel Barry.
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Picture of The Syriac and Arabic Lexicon of Hasan Bar Bahlul (Nun-Taw)
The Syriac and Arabic Lexicon of Hasan Bar Bahlul (Nun-Taw)
Beth Qaṭraye was an important cultural, linguistic and religious crossroads in the pre- and early Islamic periods. In this reissue of a facsimile edition of Duval’s edition of Bar Bahlul’s lexicon, Duval’s Latin introductory material has been translated into English by Samuel Barry.
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