Publication year: 2000
A large section from a hitherto unknown Hebrew grammatical text, written in the tenth century by the Karaite scholar ’Abū Ya‘qūb Yūsuf ibn Nūḥ of Jerusalem, is analysed in detail. The volume includes an annotated English translation.
A retrospective lexico-semantic study of symbiotic mainstream Jerusalem Arabic, spoken by mixed and contiguous communities, shattered by existential, religious, political, and cultural clashes leading to aloofness and armed conflict resulting in Arabic-Hebrew split.
Pieter L. Schoonheim
Aristotle's Meteorology is - after the theoretical works Physics and De Generatione et Corruptione - the first practical application on the evidence of the elements and their properties. The texts of the Arabic and Latin versions, the last of which is printed here for the first time, are ...
Edited by W.L. Holladay
Elfde gecorrigeerde editie door T. Muraoka, met medewerking van W.Th. van Peursen
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