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Edited by Jacob Neusner and Alan J. Avery-Peck
In these volumes we pays tribute to George W.E. Nickelsburg through acts of engaged, critical scholarship, in which specialists reread articles reproduced in these pages and respond to them, with Nickelsburg then joining issue—a protracted engagement, spanning an entire intellectual career and ...
Edited by Raymond Westbrook
A comprehensive survey of the Law of the Ancient Near East by a team of specialist scholars, this volume allows non-specialists access to the world's earliest known legal systems.
Gregorio del Olmo Lete and Joaquín Sanmartín. Translated by Wilfred G.E. Watson
R.H. van Gulik, with introductions by James Cahill, Wilt Idema and Sören Edgren
“Unqualified readers” have now at last become qualified with this offical edition of Van Gulik’s famous Erotic Colour Prints. With indispensable introductions to its art historical, literary, biographical, and book technical background.
Richard B. Mather
The full original texts, Professor Richard Mather’s full annotated translations, and brief biographies of these three classical poets, who had such a profound impact upon the immediately succeeding centuries.
Geoffrey Khan, María Ángeles Gallego and Judith Olszowy-Schlanger
The book presents a critical edition and an annotated English translation of the work on Hebrew grammar al-al-Kitb al-Kfī fī al-Luġa al-'Ibrniyya by the medieval Karaite grammarian 'Abū al-Faraj Hārūn Ibn Faraj. This was one of the most important works on Hebrew grammar that was written in the ...
J. Hoftijzer and K. Jongeling. With Appendices by R.C. Steiner, A.M. Moshavi and B. Porten
Sergei Starostin, Anna Dybo, Oleg Mudrak. With assistance of Ilya Gruntov and Vladimir Glumov
The most comprehensive, systematic treatment of the etymology of the more than fifty languages classified as Altaic.
International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia / Tribunal Pénal International pour l'ex-Yougoslavie
Shmuel N. Eisenstadt
These essays illuminate the processes of world history, modern civlizations and modes globalization from a comparative sociological point of view.
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