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This is a stimulating description by an outstanding Hebraist and Semitist of some essential features characterising the syntax of Hebrew used in non-artistic prose during the 12th-15th centuries in Southern France and Spain. An essential reading for any Hebraist and Semitist interested in the ...
This first in-depth study of Arabic grammars of Turkic and the translation of Kitāb al-’Idrāk Li-Lisān al-’Atrāk provides important new insights in the application of the Arabic model to Turkic in phonetics, morpho(no)logy and syntax.
An analyses of the evolution of Arabic verse and its relation with Semitic verse, providing the largest so far statistical data of the metrical repertory of Classical Arabic poetry, and offering a new interpretation of the original Arabic metrical theory.
P. Marcel Kurpershoek
This volume presents and analyses the work of four contemporary Saudi Bedouin poets, based on taped records, with special emphasis on this poetry's reflection of the tribal society's evolving self-image at a time of rapid social, economic, and political transformation.
Edited by L.S. Filius
This first edition contains an elaborated version of Aristotle's Problemata Physica in Arabic translation by the famous ḥunain ibn Ishāq and in Hebrew translation by Moses ibn Tibbon, with an introduction and glossaries.
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