The Languages of the Ancient Near East Series provides students and scholars alike with resources for studying the Hittite language, Akkadian, and Old Babylonian. These volumes include descriptions of grammar, textual examples, explanations of linguistic development, and practice exercises. This collection is a valuable addition to the library of anyone interested in ancient languages and their history.
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- Analyzes the Hittite language, Akkadian, and Old Babylonian
- Reconstructs the prehistory of Akkadian and describes its verbal system
- Discusses various verbal and conditional forms of Old Babylonian
- A Grammar of the Hittite Language, Part 1: Reference Grammar by Harry A. Hoffner Jr. and H. Craig Melchert
- A Grammar of the Hittite Language, Part 2: Tutorial by Harry A. Hoffner Jr. and H. Craig Melchert
- The Akkadian Verb and Its Semitic Background by N. J. C. Kouwenberg
- Most Probably: Epistemic Modality in Old Babylonian by Nathan Wasserman
- Conditional Structures in Mesopotamian Old Babylonian by Eran Cohen
- Title: Languages of the Ancient Near East Series
- Publisher: Eisenbrauns
- Volumes: 5
- Pages: 1,726