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xii, 411 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Biblical Hebrew linguistics : perspectives on data and method / Adina Moshavi and Tania Notarius
  • Linguistic change through the prism of textual transmission : the case of Exod 12:9 / Noam Mizrahi
  • All is not lost : linguistic periodization in the face of textual and literary pluriformity / Aaron Hornkohl
  • Aramaic influence and inner diachronic development in Hebrew inscriptions of the iron age / Yigal Bloch
  • The linguistics of writings systems and the gap in the Hebrew scribal tradition / William Schniedewind
  • The second-person non-negated jussive in biblical Hebrew and ancient northwest semitic / Tania Notarius
  • Participant tracking, positioning and the pragmatics of biblical narrative / Frank H. Polak
  • Nominal and verb-second clauses not introduced by waw : a text-linguistic classification / Gregor Geiger
  • Verticality in biblical Hebrew parallelism / David Toshio Tsumura
  • The infinitive absolute and topicalization of events in biblical Hebrew / Galia Hatav
  • Clause combining in the song of Moses (Deut. 32:1-43) : an example of archaic biblical Hebrew syntax / Bo Isaksson
  • The syntactic pattern : qtol [arrow]weyiqtol and the expression of indirect command in biblical Hebrew / Lina Petersson
  • The scope of negation inside and outside of the biblical Hebrew prepositional phrase / Cynthia L. Miller-Naudé and Jacobus A. Naudé
  • The locative alternation in biblical (and modern) Hebrew / Edit Doron & Keren Dubnov
  • Corpus-driven valence : give and the meaning of natan (ntn) in Genesis / Nicolai Winther-Nielsen.
"In recent decades, the study of biblical Hebrew has profited enormously from the application of methodologies derived from general linguistics. During the 16th World Congress of Jewish Studies, Adina Moshavi and Tania Notarius organized sessions devoted to exploring new developments in biblical Hebrew linguistics, bringing together many of the world's experts in the field. The papers in this volume are based on research presented at those sessions, along with additional articles specifically written for this volume. The essays included here address topics in philology, language contact, text-linguistics and linguistic pragmatics, syntax, and applied linguistics. The collection showcases biblical Hebrew linguistics as a dynamic and innovative endeavor that is making important contributions to the study of the Bible, Hebrew language, and modern linguistics"-- Provided by publisher.
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4. Aḳordim ptuḥim [2017]

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255 p. ; 21 cm
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166 pages ; 21 cm
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7. Almah u-Byorn [2017]

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422 pages ; 21 cm
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10. Anashim sheba-ḳir [2017]

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143 pages ; 20 cm
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12. ʻAtidah = Atida [2017]

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195 pages ; 21 cm
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248 pages ; 21 cm.
Sefer 1 be-sidrat śiʼe ha-shirah ha-yiśraʼelit.
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414 pages ; 21 cm
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15. Balshanut ʻAravit [2017]

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701 pages ; 24 cm.
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xxxiv, 605 pages ; 25 cm
  • Foreword Abbreviations Chapter 1 - Introduction Chapter 2 - The Hebrew Alphabet and Masoretic Signs Chapter 3 - Word, Clause and Text in Biblical Hebrew: A Survey Chapter 4 - The Verb Chapter 5 - The Noun Chapter 6 - The Other Word Classes Chapter 7 - Word Order Glossary Bibliography Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780567663337 20171121
This new and fully revised edition of the A Biblical Hebrew Reference Grammar serves as a user-friendly and up-to-date source of information on the morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics of Biblical Hebrew verbs, nouns and other word classes (prepositions, conjunctions, adverbs, modal words, negatives, focus particles, discourse markers, interrogatives and interjections). It also contains one of the most elaborate treatments of Biblical Hebrew word order yet published in a grammar. Compiled by authors with extensive experience in the teaching of Hebrew, the text is rendered both easily accessible and a fascinating examination of the language, building upon the initial publication by incorporating up-to-date developments in the study of the Hebrew Bible. This grammar will be of service both to students who have completed an introductory or intermediate course in Biblical Hebrew, and also to more advanced scholars seeking to take advantage of traditional and recent descriptions of the language that go beyond the basic morphology of Biblical Hebrew.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780567663337 20171121
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xvi, 227 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Vor- und Dankwort
  • Sigla und Abkürzungen
  • Tabellenverzeichnis
  • Einleitung
  • Höflichkeit
  • Der Begriff der Höflichkeit
  • Höflichkeit in der modernen Linguistik
  • Das Konzept von face und das Modell von Brown, Levinson
  • Unhöflichkeit : ein neu studiertes Phänomen
  • Partikeln und (Un)höflichkeit
  • Partikeln, Abtönung, Modalität
  • Höfliche oder freche Partikeln?
  • Die Sicht des Übersetzers
  • Die Übersetzbarkeit des Phänomens
  • Die antiken Bibelübersetzungen
  • Septuaginta
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Die Partikel ... in der Geschichte der hebraistischen Forschung
  • Polyfunktionale Deutung
  • Monofunktionale Deutung
  • Eine Logische Partikel : T. O. Lambdin (1973), S. Fassberg (1994)
  • Ein Höflichkeitsmarker : T. Wilt (1996), A. Shulman (1999), E. Jenni (2001-2005)
  • Eine propositive Partikel : B. Christiansen (2009)
  • Das Problem der Etymologie und die komparative Perspektive
  • Die Partikel ... und der sog. Adhortativ
  • Monofunktional vs. Polyfunktional?
  • Vorbemerkungen
  • Zum Verständnis der Emphase
  • Der Multi-Level-Zugang zu den Partikeln
  • Partikel ..., Diskursebenen und Nebeneffekte
  • Die Partikel ... in den narrativen Texten
  • Genesis
  • Problemstellen
  • Exkurs 1 : das Verhältnis zwischen ... und ... und dessen Verständnis in der LXX und in der Vulgata
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Exodus und Numeri
  • Problemstellen : Ex 10,11LXX.VG
  • ... : Stellen
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā : die Funktion von ...
  • Vulgata : der Fall von ergo und Verwandtem
  • Richter
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX : ... - eine neue Tendenz
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Samuelbücher
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX und Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Königsbücher
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā : ein sog. dativus commodi für ...?
  • Vulgata
  • Das Chronistische Geschichtswerk
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Exkurs 2 : Überschüsse der lateinischen Bittausdrücke in den narrativen Texten
  • Bemerkungen zur Funktionsdeutung der Partikel in den narrativen Texten
  • Die nicht-prophetischen poetischen Texte
  • Das Buch der Psalmen
  • LXX und ihre Tochterübersetzungen
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata und Psalterium iuxta Hebraeos
  • Das Buch Ijob
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā
  • Exkurs 3 : ... in der Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Bemerkungen zur Deutung der Partikel in Ps und Ijob
  • Die prophetischen Texte
  • Jesaja
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX und Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Bemerkungen zur Deutung der Partikel im Jesajabuch
  • Jeremia
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX
  • Pšītṭā
  • Vulgata
  • Bemerkungen zur Deutung der Partikel im Jeremiabuch
  • Die übrigen prophetischen Schriften
  • Problemstellen
  • LXX : ein Unterschied in der Vorlage?
  • Pšītṭā : Micha als Sonderfall
  • Vulgata
  • Bemerkungen zur Deutung der Partikel in Ez und Dodekapropheton
  • Konklusionen
  • Glossar ausgewählter Begriffe
  • Literaturverzeichnis
  • Autorenregister
  • Stellenregister.
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