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Persian Origins - Early Judaeo-Persian and the Emergence of New Persian
Collected Papers of the Symposium, Göttingen 1999
editor(s): Paul, Ludwig
volume: 6
pages/dimensions: VIII, 283 pages
language: English
binding: Book (Hardback)
dimensions: 17.00 × 24.00 cm
weight: 700g
edition: 1. Auflage
publishing date: 01.01.2003
prices: 66,00 Eur[D] / 67,90 Eur[A]
ISBN: 978-3-447-04731-9
66,00 Eur

D. Durkin-Meisterernst, Late Features in Middle Persian Texts from Turfan,
T.E. Gindin, The Tafs-r of Ezekiel: Four Copyists or Four Authors?,
J. Gippert, Early New Persian as a Medium of Spreading Islam,
É.M. Jeremiás, The Formation of Early New Persian Poetry,
A. de Jong, Pa-zand and “retranscribed” Pahlavi: On the Philology and History of Late Zoroastrian Literature,
J. Josephson, Nominal Sentences and Copula in Middle and Early New Persian,
G. Lazard, Du pehlevi au persan: diachronie ou diatopie?,
D.N. MacKenzie, The Missing Link,
M. Maggi, New Persian Glosses in East Syriac Texts of the Eighth to Tenth Centuries,
P. Orsatti, SyroPersian Formulas in Poetic Form in Baptism Liturgy,
L. Paul, Early JudaeoPersian in a Historical Perspective: The Case of the Prepositions be, u, pa(d), and the Suffix ra,
S. Shaked, Early JudaeoPersian Texts. With Notes on a Commentary to Genesis,
D. Shapira, JudaeoPersian Translations of Old Persian Lexica: A Case of Linguistic Discontinuity,
W. Sundermann, Ein manichäischer Lehrtext in neupersischer Sprache,
D. Weber, Die PahlaviOstraca von Ca-l Tarxa-nEšqabad