Hoffner and Melchert’s long-awaited work is sure to become both the standard reference grammar and the main teaching tool for the Hittite language. This volume includes a thorough description of Hittite grammar, grounded in an abundance of textual examples. Moreover, the authors take into account a vast array of studies on all aspects of the Hittite language.
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Harry A. Hoffner Jr. is professor of Hittitology and codirector of the Chicago Hittite Dictionary at the University of Chicago. He is the author of The Laws of the Hittites.
H. Craig Melchert received a PhD in linguistics from Harvard University and is currently a professor of linguistics and the A. Richard Diebold Professor of Indoeuropean Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. He has written several scholarly articles on ancient languages, as well as A Dictionary of the Lycian Language.