By Takamitsu Muraoka, Bezalel Porten
This is often the 1st up to date, and entire grammar of Egyptian Aramaic as provided in texts of Egyptian provenance courting from the center of the 1st millennium B.C.E. and as edited through B. Porten and A. Yardeni of their Textbook of Aramaic records from historic Egypt (Jerusalem, 1986). The grammar covers not just the phonology and morphology, yet encompasses a massive part on morphosyntax and syntax. it's a descriptive grammar enriched with the professional wisdom and familiary of 1 of the co-authors with the contents and heritage of the texts in query. it's intended to interchange P. Leander's Laut- und Formenlehre des Agyptisch-Aramaischen (1928), yet additionally vitamins it considerably, since it had no syntax. The grammar can be a vade mecum for each Aramaist, Semitist and people attracted to a research of those historical texts of maximum significance and curiosity.
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