Historical linguistics and Biblical Hebrew : steps toward an integrated approach / Robert Rezetko, Ian Young.

By: Rezetko, Robert [author.]
Contributor(s): Young, Ian, 1962- [author.]
Material type: TextTextSeries: Ancient Near East monographs: v. 9.Publisher: Atlanta [Georgia] : SBL Press, 2014Copyright date: ©2014Description: 1 online resource (721 pages). PDF 11mbContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781628370461; 1628370467Subject(s): Hebrew language -- Grammar, Historical | Historical linguistics -- Methodology | Hebrew language -- Grammar, Historical | FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY -- Ancient Languages | Hebrew language -- Grammar, Historical | Historical linguistics -- MethodologyAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Historical linguistics and Biblical Hebrew : steps toward an integrated approach.DDC classification: 492.4/5 LOC classification: PJ4564 | .R49 2014ebOnline resources: Ancient Near East Monographs (Society of Biblical Literature)
Contents:
Historical linguistics: key issues for Biblical Hebrew -- Textual criticism: prelude to cross-textual variable analysis of Biblical Hebrew -- Cross-textual variable analysis: theory and method -- Cross-textual variable analysis: parallel passages -- Cross-textual variable analysis: Samuel manuscripts -- Variationist analysis: theory and method -- Variationist analysis: lexical studies -- Variationist analysis: grammatical studies.
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Historical linguistics: key issues for Biblical Hebrew -- Textual criticism: prelude to cross-textual variable analysis of Biblical Hebrew -- Cross-textual variable analysis: theory and method -- Cross-textual variable analysis: parallel passages -- Cross-textual variable analysis: Samuel manuscripts -- Variationist analysis: theory and method -- Variationist analysis: lexical studies -- Variationist analysis: grammatical studies.

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