By Theodor Nöldeke, James A. Crichton
Description: This translation of Noldeke's 'Kurzgefasste syrische Grammatik, ' a lucid description of Syriac orthography and phonology (I), morphology (II), and syntax (III), is undeniably one of many significant achievements of Syriac reports within the 19th century. due to the fact that then, the publication has admirably served generations of scholars
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