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Maronite bishop Yusuf Daryan’s (d. 1920) detailed and lengthy work covers Syriac orthography and morphology, discussed with numerous vocalized examples, which are also generally translated into Arabic.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-164-0
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Mar 27,2012
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 464
Language: Arabic
ISBN: 978-1-61719-164-0
$220.00
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Maronite bishop Yusuf Daryan’s (d. 1920) detailed and lengthy work covers Syriac orthography and morphology, including, for example, diacritical marks and lines, noun patterns and derivation (including foreign words), verbs in their various changes, and prepositional and adverbial forms, all discussed with numerous vocalized examples, which are also generally translated into Arabic. The sheer length of the work shows the great detail into which the author delves when discussing these and related issues. The grammar is divided into section numbers for easy reference. Serious students of Syriac will find this volume a significant reference work.

Maronite bishop Yusuf Daryan’s (d. 1920) detailed and lengthy work covers Syriac orthography and morphology, including, for example, diacritical marks and lines, noun patterns and derivation (including foreign words), verbs in their various changes, and prepositional and adverbial forms, all discussed with numerous vocalized examples, which are also generally translated into Arabic. The sheer length of the work shows the great detail into which the author delves when discussing these and related issues. The grammar is divided into section numbers for easy reference. Serious students of Syriac will find this volume a significant reference work.

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