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In fact, it would be practical to begin a discussion of the syntactic char-acter of PBH as a whole by using the particle se as a probe, because itsfunctions and utilization are so far babylonisch-assyrishce. Neesen, Demiurgoi und Artifices. The hitpael remains operative in participial,imperfect, and imperative forms, where it often has virtually transitiveforce.

New qal forms are gazel robbery and haneqstrangulation. Unlikesound change, analogical change including leveling is not regular andpredictable; the mere availability of an analogy does not always trigger anew development. Farnell ; Farnell’s book seems to be the o n l y u n -prejudiced and careful discussion o f the p r o b l e m to date, even t h o u g h he seems not to have studied the eastern languages. Early History of the Alphabet.

For the older discussion, see P. Bibliothque archologique ethistorique de linstitut franais darchologie dIstanbul 6.


On this account, you have leasedthem to me for silver in the sum of zuz,9. See above, “Craftsmen o f the Sacred,” note To a considerable degree, the syntax is dominated by relativeclauses introduced by prefixed se.

Cultic procedures are known from the massive body of Hittite rituals andfestival texts, as well as from an extremely valuable text called the Instruc-tions for Lesestck and Temple Officials, also available in a relatively recentcritical edition and English translation.

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Usener, Die Sintfluthsagen 4 ff. Christel Rster assisted HeinrichOtten for many years in producing excellent hand copies for the KBoseries. Wachter, Kadmos 30 lesestc,e 9 – 8 0.

The indefinitepronoun one was expressed by adom or s. Ellipsis isfurther expressed by the periphrastic tenses.

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babylonisch-zssyrische Is i t the corpse o f the suicide w h i c h “is seated”? Finally, the nomen agentis of the qal comes into its ownin PBH in such forms as laqah purchaser. Cognates are forms, such as Hebrew kesep and Akkadian kaspum seeabovethat exhibit a similar form and meaning and that can be shownto share a common ancestor.

O n the inscr ip t ion o n the Tyskiewicz b o w lsee note 10, above. Masson ; Niemeyer To r e t u r n to the archaic epoch: Dif-ferent systems are more successful in noting some features, less successfulin others. Ni l sson, Homer and Mycenae ; see esp.


B r lessstcke w n ; the harpe is specially used by or ienta l iz ing Perseus; see Jameson T h e “place” mazzazuthe ” p a t h ” padanuthe ” s t r e n g t h ” dananuthe “gate o f the palace” bah ekallithe lulmu unclear babylonjsch-assyrische, the ” g a l l ” martuthe ” left path o f the ga l l ” padan sumel martithe ” f i n g e r ” ubanuthe ” y o k e ” niruthe “appendix” p r o -cessus papillaris sibtu ; seejeyes DBSup Dictionaire de la Bible: Early Greek Cult Practice.

The rite itself was called molk or,more fully, molk adom human sacrifice or molk Baal a sacrifice toBaal, the Baal here being the god Baalhammon.

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H e r e dogs and dog-leaders are seen i n effigy. A p s u and T i a m a t equal Oceanus and Tethys as the o r i g i n a l parental couple.

Letus now consider Hebrew patah and Akkadian pete, both of which areimperatives meaning open! Over the course of time, the language lost the Semitic laryngeals Hebrew h, ht, and ayinthough reflections of these lost laryngeals arevisible in the later language. Tod und Leben nach den Vorstellungen der Babylonia: