Historical linguistics

Raymond de Hoop rdehoop at keyaccess.nl
Mon Jun 11 08:56:00 EDT 2001


Shalom,

Ian Young's book is: I. Young, Diversity in Pre-Exilic Hebrew (FAT, 5),
Tübingen 1993. Though very good, it is just concerned with one era of the
language. 

The following two books are concerned with the whole history of Hebrew:
E.Y. Kutscher, A History of the Hebrew Language, edited  by R. Kutscher,
Jerusalem, Leiden 1982.
A. Sáenz-Badillos, A History of the Hebrew Language, Cambridge 1993.

Regards,
Raymond

Van: "George Athas" <gathas at goconnect.net>
Beantwoord: "George Athas" <gathas at goconnect.net>
Datum: Mon, 11 Jun 2001 20:37:15 +1000
Aan: Biblical Hebrew <b-hebrew at franklin.oit.unc.edu>
Onderwerp: Re: Historical linguistics


Hayyim,

Ian Young has written on this very topic. I'm unsure of his book's title,
but I know it
has "Hebrew" in it. It should be fairly easy to track down. He has good
bibliographic
references, too. The author to pursue would be Gary Rendsburg.

Best regards,

GEORGE ATHAS
(Sydney, Australia)
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