Languages of the Ancient Near East

 

 

About this Series

Languages of the Ancient Near East is a series that encompasses a wide variety of titles pertaining to the Semitic and non-Semitic languages of ancient Western Asia. Books in the series publish research on individual languages or language groups and include reference grammars, teaching grammars, and descriptive grammars as well as studies in historical grammar and linguistics, paleography, and other relevant linguistic topics. While LANE’s primary emphasis is on ancient languages, books in the series may also examine languages or dialects of later periods, especially in the context of language history.

Editor:
Gonzalo Rubio

Advisory Board:
James Allen
Gene B. Gragg
Manfred Krebernik
Antonio Loprieno
H. Craig Melchert
Piotr Michalowski
P. Oktor Skjærvø
Michael Streck
Christopher Woods

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