Egyptian and Its Hebraic Affinities

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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
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Dropsie College Theses
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African Languages and Societies
Anthropological Linguistics and Sociolinguistics
Comparative and Historical Linguistics
Jewish Studies
Language Interpretation and Translation
Linguistic Anthropology
Near Eastern Languages and Societies
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Lin, Timothy Tao-liang
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The purpose of this monograph is to describe classical Egyptian for Hebraists, who need Egyptian in their Biblical studies. Accordingly, Hebraic parallels and cognates figure prominently in the following pages. More specifically these pages have been written with a view to a Chinese edition to be used as a textbook at Southeast Asia College, Bandung, Indonesia, where the writer looks forward to the privilege of introducting Egyptology to the Far East in the very near future.

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Cyrus H. Gordon
Joseph Reider
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1954-04-05
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<p>Library at the Katz Center - Archives Room Manuscript. PJ1121 .L56 1954.</p>
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