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Studies in Egyptology and linguistics in honour of H.J. Polotsky.
|Contributions||Polotskyy, Hans Jakob, 1905-, Rosenrauch, Haiim Heinz Erich.|
|LC Classifications||PJ1026 P6 S7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 189 p. :|
|Number of Pages||189|
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Grundlagen des koptischen Satzbaus, zweite Halfte, by H.J. Polotsky. HJ Polotsky's volume is a reference work on the syntax of ancient Coptic. Michigan Papyri XVI, A Greek Love Charm from Egypt ( ), ed. and comm. by David G. Martinez. Atlanta (= XVI.). Egyptology, Oriental Studies. Research interests. Egyptian and Oriental Papyri and Manuscripts. Egyptian literature (particularly genre issues and methods) Relations between Egypt and the Near East. Jews in Egypt (the Persian era) Elephantine. Religion of the Amarna period. Egyptian art history. Museum work. History of Egyptology.
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This book fills an important niche as a textbook introducing students to the study of phonology and to phonological analysis and its applica-tions. It is intended primarily for an audience working in such fields as education, as well as for students of other branches of linguistics rela.
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A Leahy, and J. Ray. Lingua Sapientissima: A Seminar in Honour of H.J. Polotsky Organised by the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge and the Faculty of Oriental Studies in Glanville Lecture ; Biography.
Polotsky was born in Zürich, Switzerland, as the son of a Russian Jewish couple. He grew up in Berlin and studied Egyptology and Semitics at the universities of Berlin and to he was a co-worker of the Septuaginta-Unternehmen of the Academy of Sciences at Göttingen.
In he received his Ph.D. degree for the dissertation Zu den Inschriften der A bibliography of his writings appeared in H.B. Rosén (ed.), Studies in Egyptology and Linguistics in Honour of H.J.
Polotsky (), ix–xi. Quite a few languages never dealt with by Polotsky in his articles are even more familiar to him than those mentioned, e.g., Latin (Classical and Middle) and, of course, Hebrew, biblical, mishnaic, that of the prayer book and of Israeli Hebrew.
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This book, the first of its kind, examines how the phonology and grammar of the ancient Egyptian language changed over more than three thousand years of its history, from the first appearance of written documents, c BC, to the Coptic dialects of the second century AD and later.
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Polotsky Jerusalem Israel Exploration Society Blanc Haim Rosen H. “Israeli Hebrew Texts.” Studies in Egyptology and Linguistics: In Honor of H. Polotsky Cited by: 1. The Department of Linguistics was established in by Prof.
Hans Jakob Polotsky (), a renowned Semiticist and Egyptologist, was dean of humanities between The guiding principle driven by its founder and embraced by the Department was that linguistic generalizations can only be derived from empirically-based research and description of individual languages in their own.
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Israeli Hebrew texts. In Studies in Egyptology and linguistics in honour of H. Polotsky. Jerusalem: The Israel Exploration Society. –Cited by: This introductory chapter presents general information about Modern Hebrew (MH), as the topic of the present volume.
It delineates major features of MH in order to contextualize the language in space – in terms of its community of speakers; in time – in relation to its diachronic background and its status as a Semitic language; and in culture – as reflected in various strands of research.
In Studies in Egyptology and linguistics in honour of H. Polotsky (pp. Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society. Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society. Google ScholarAuthor: Shlomo Izre’el. Egyptian, Semitic and General Grammar: Studies in Memory of H.
J. Polotsky. Edited by GIDEON GOLDENBERG and ARIEI SHISHA-HALEVY. Jerusalem: THE ISRAEL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES, Pp.
xix + A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.Egyptology, Coptic Studies and the Egyptian Language (Stephen Glanville Memorial Lecture ) (in: John D.
Ray (ed.), Lingua Sapientissima: A Seminar in Honour of H.J. Polotsky Organised by the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge and the Faculty of Oriental Studies inCambridge Faculty of Oriental Studies, 5–21).