[b-hebrew] Ugaritic; textbooks
kwrandolph at email.com
Thu Dec 15 15:22:18 EST 2005
I can't help but be curious, why do you think you must learn
Ugaritic to learn Hebrew? If it is a requirement from a professor
for class, that makes sense, and the various resources from such
as Yitzhak are a good place to start.
Yitzhak has some strong beliefs that are not shared by all
members of this list, and for that reason is a strong proponent
for learning Ugaritic. What is your excuse?
Karl W. Randolph.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Herman Meester" <crazymulgogi at gmail.com>
> Hi everyone,
> It seems I have to learn Ugaritic for something I want to study in
> Hebrew. What would the experts here say are good textbooks? Is there a
> nice collection of transcribed texts, or is it all scattered over
> various journals? I just want to get a good impression of how its
> syntax and morphology works, I'm not going to study Ugarit culture or
> anything. Sorry for bothering you, and thanks a lot.
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