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Ugarit Bibliographie. In German, English and French. In near fine condition.
Bibliographical Orientation. Specialized Periodicals. History of Ugaritology. Comprehensive Bibliographies. Its ruins are found on the tell of Ras Shamra, located some ten kilometers north of the modern port city of Latakia.
Bibliography, as a discipline, is traditionally the academic study of books as physical, cultural objects; in this sense, it is also known as bibliology (from Ancient Greek: -λογῐ́ᾱ, romanized: -logíā). Carter and Barker (2010) describe bibliography. Carter and Barker (2010) describe bibliography as a twofold scholarly discipline-the organized listing of books (enumerative bibliography) and the systematic description of books as objects (descriptive bibliography).
The book makes good use of black and white photographs, has a useful appendix on methodology and an. .In addition to the text, the book has some useful maps, some colour photos, a brief bibliography, and a useful index.
The book makes good use of black and white photographs, has a useful appendix on methodology and an excellent bibliography. From Cambridge English Corpus. These examples are from the Cambridge English Corpus and from sources on the web.
Wisdom, Ras Shamra Parallels, 2 (Loran E. Fisher (e. Wisdom in Ugarit and in the Ancient Near East with particular emphasis on Old Testament Wisdom Literature (PhD dissertation, Claremont Graduate School, 1974). ; Rome: Pontifical Biblical Institute, 1975). -. 4. Comparative ANE Literature-4D. Levant 118 Loewenstamm, . The Expanded Colon in Ugaritic and Biblical Verse, Journal of Semitic Studies 14 (1969) 176-96. Text und Neudeutung in Spr 8:22-31, Ugarit-Forschungen 7 (1975) 577-79. ’js Mgn in Proverbia 6, 11 und 24, 34, Ugarit-Forschungen 6 (1974) 476-77
This book examines all of the ancient texts written in the ancient city of Ugarit that the author is aware o. The book contains a list of the texts considered and where they are published
This book examines all of the ancient texts written in the ancient city of Ugarit that the author is aware o. The book contains a list of the texts considered and where they are published. The bibliography lists more than a hundred books and journal articles that are relevent and is almost worth the cost of the book by itself. In short, this is an excellent, if very scholarly, work. It is clearly written for specialists in the field rather than a general reader.
Bibliographies of Ugaritic Studies.
Bibliography was manageable when books were still manuscripts copied out in the scriptoria of medieval European monasteries.
Descriptive bibliography. Bibliography was manageable when books were still manuscripts copied out in the scriptoria of medieval European monasteries. After the invention of printing in the 15th century, however, books proliferated, and organizing information about them became both more necessary and more practical.
Ugarit was an important sea port city in the Northern Levant. The Ugaritic King list (CTU . 13) and various Ugaritic epics attest to the arrival of a semi-nomadic people from Mesopotamia known as the Amorites around this time. While Ugarit was not a major military or political power, it was an important economic center serving as a bridge between Egypt, Asia Minor, and Mesopotamia. Its success was tied to larger powers in the Ancient Near East. First, the Mari, then Egypt, and finally the Hittite kingdom.