Dropsie College Theses
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Meir M. Bravmann
...We note that this considerable outpouring of research in Amarna has not as yet resulted in a revised edition of the tablets themselves. It was primarily with this fact in mind that the present essay was originally undertaken. In addition, I have attempted to show that the Canaanite Vorlage of the Byblian Amarna dialect was all-pervasive, reaching not only into grammar and syntax (as Moran has already capably demonstrated) but also into phraseology and mode of expression.
Youngblood, Ronald F., "The Amarna Correspondence of Rib-Haddi, Prince of Byblos (EA 68 — 96)" (1961). Dropsie College Theses. 7.
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