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Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 166 (2016) 1+2
volume: 166 (2016) 1+2
pages/dimensions: 528 Seiten, 40 Abb., 2 Schaubilder, 27 Tabellen
parts: 2 Hefte
language: deutsch, englisch
binding: broschiert
weight: 1027g
edition: halbjährlich
publishing date: 01.01.2016
prices: 128,00 Eur[D]
ISBN: 978-3-447-09947-9
128,00 Eur

The Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft is the main publication organ of German Oriental studies; its range also includes the Far East and Africa. The articles and reviews, mostly written in German, English and French, deal, among other topics, with the respective cultures, their languages and their histories. Topics regarding the present and the further development of the various traditions of the Orient are paid attention to as well.

From the contents:
Maarten Kossmann, On the Origin of the Negative Aspectual Stems in Berber
Wang Haili, Chinese Approaches to Egyptian Hieroglyphs: Liushu and Bushou
Uri Mor, Preliminary Thoughts on the Language of Sifre Zuta on Numbers
Hezy Mutzafi, Verbal Conjugations in the Neo-Mandaic Dialect of Ahvaz
Yehudit Dror, Yuḫriğu vs. Muḫriğ in Q 6:95: Does the Active Participle Have the Same Syntactic, Rhetorical and Aspectual Value as the Verb in Imperfect?