One paper concerns Berber word order, while the others, on Egyptian or Egyptian and Berber, offer important comparisons with Semitic
. Helmut Satzinger, "Anmerkungen zur semitischen Suffixkonjugation" (pp.
When we turn to the world of greater Canaan, we note that Egyptian transcriptions of Semitic
words demonstrate beyond doubt that "/g/ is a phoneme distinct from 'ayin, as it is consistently transcribed by Egyptian q and g in roots containing Proto-Semitic */g/.
Phoenico-Punic is defined within the volume as a Northwest Semitic
language of the Canaanite branch.
THE controversial film portraying the crucifixion of Jesus Christ is not anti- Semitic
, a Liverpool Anglican spokesman said last night.
The Morpho-Syntactic and Lexical Encoding of Tense and Aspect in Semitic
: Proceedings of the Erlangen Workshop
This book, based on a bibliographically rich course given by the author at the College de France in May-June 2001, deals with some of the thorniest problems in Semitic
and Afroasiatic linguistics: the nature of the Semitic
root (biliteralism vs.
In March 2003, when the Iraq war began, 48 anti- Semitic
incidents were recorded, compared with 26 incidents in the same month in 2002.
Linguists present essays on Semitic
linguistics, Arabic grammatical tradition, Arabic and Semitic
lexicology, and Arabic and Semitic
Pruzsinszky discusses the classification of Emar's local dialect among other Semitic
languages, especially the earlier dialects called "Amorite." Unfortunately, she does not define in concrete terms her arguments for identifying specific personal names as "Akkadian" or "West Semitic
," her two Semitic
The languages are the Semitic
Tigrinya, the Cushitic Oromo, and Amharic, a Semitic
language that is considered to have undergone significant Cushitic influence and thus is often assumed to be structurally intermediate between the Semitic
and Cushitic language families.
Cooke's A Text-Book of North-Semitic Inscriptions (Oxford, 1903) were the most useful and authoritative handbooks of Northwest Semitic
inscriptions, with fine selections of texts and accompanying philological and historical comments.
Clause Combining in Semitic
: The Circumstantial Clause and Beyond