Dropsie College Theses
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Meir M. Bravmannn
One purpose of this study has been to investigate the various, sometimes conflicting, theories about Ugaritic grammar. This refers to theories about both the general nature (e.g., classification within the Semitic languages) of the language and specific phenomena in the grammar itself.
Another purpose here has been to penetrate some of the unexplored or enigmatic areas; some areas of Ugaritic grammar have never been systematically investigated. Some features of the grammar have been only superficially treated and I have made a systematic analysis of some such areas, utilizing what information we now possess.
Walker, Larry L., "Studies in Ugaritic Grammar" (1966). Dropsie College Theses. 15.
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