Orel, Vladimir E. Hamito-Semitic etyrnological dictionary: materials for a reconstruction I by Vladimir E. Orel and Olga V. Stolbova. p. cm. – (Handbuch der . Hamito-Semitic etymological dictionary by Vladimir E. Orel; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Afroasiatic languages, Dictionaries. Title, Hamito-Semitic Etymological Dictionary: Materials for a Reconstruction Volume 18 of Handbuch der Orientalistik: Nahe und der Mittlere Osten. Authors.
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Handbook of Oriental Studies: All those interested in historical and general linguistics, ancient history and prehistory, archaeology and ethnology of Africa and the Near East. If you had a personal account on the old platform, click here. More Options Prices excl. Handbook of Oriental Studies. Orel and Olga V. We are indebted to both authors for their painstaking work.
Olga StolbovaPh. Reconstructed on the basis of Semitic, Ancient Egyptian, Berber, Chadic and Cushitic linguistic groups, the Dictionary plays an indispensable role in further etymolgical into the field of historical linguistics.
Watson, Studi Epigrafki e Linguistici An invaluable contribution to the field of Afro-Asiatic Studies, The Hamito-Semitic Etymological Dictionary will be used and discussed by scholars for years to come.
Terms and Conditions Privacy Statement. Biographical Note Vladimir OrelPh. The Hamito-Semitic Etymological Dictionarya project in the making sinceis the first dictionary to reflect the vocabulary of the extinct Proto-Hamito-Semitic Proto-Afro-Asiatic language.
Ancient Near East Online. Librarian administrators click here. At the same time it is the first etymological dictionary of this gigantic language family on the whole. Her interests are mainly in the field of Chadic languages.
Sign in to annotate. Millard, Society for Old Testament Study The Dictionary comprises more than 2, lexical items and includes an introduction providing valuable information on the historical phonology of Hamito-Semitic as well as an index of meanings, which supplies linguistics, archaeologists and scholars of ancient history with added insight into the culture of the ancient speakers of Proto-Hamito-Semitic.
It surpasses by far the only comparable work to date, M.
He has published extensively on Indo-European and Afro-Asiatic historical linguistics. Owen, Religious Studies Review Cohen’s Essai comparatif sur le vocabulaire et la phonetique du chamito-semitiquepublished inwhich contains much less material and is now outdated.