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Re: ACEL Resources

Posted: 2013-02-14, 15:12
by Limagne

Re: ACEL Resources

Posted: 2013-02-15, 11:07
by Limagne

Re: ACEL Resources

Posted: 2013-03-11, 17:37
by Vaureniathel
OMG. I LOVE THIS. THANK YOU SO MUCH!

Re: ACEL Resources

Posted: 2013-07-16, 1:56
by księżycowy
Aramaic
*An Introduction to Biblical Aramaic by Andreas Schuele [link]

Egyptian, Middle
*Hieroglyphic Egyptian: An Introduction to the Language and Literature of the Middle Kingdom by Dan Selden [link]

Hebrew, Biblical
Biblical Hebrew, An Introductory Grammar by Page Kelly [link]
[An excellent early reference book, but not the best textbook I have seen]

Ugaritic
An Introduction to Ugaritic by John Huehnergard [link]
[If it's anything like Huehnergard's Akkadian textbook, buy it! Now! I'll be getting a copy with in the next few days, so I'll be able to know soon enough]

* = texts I don't have yet, but am interested in. If you have them, or have at least seen/used them and can give us an idea of what they are like, please do so!

Re: ACEL Resources

Posted: 2013-09-28, 16:34
by Lur
księżycowy wrote:Ugaritic
An Introduction to Ugaritic by John Huehnergard [link]
[If it's anything like Huehnergard's Akkadian textbook, buy it! Now! I'll be getting a copy with in the next few days, so I'll be able to know soon enough]

I want this. But I can't pay for it and it says "Designed for students already familiar with Biblical Hebrew" :| What if I want to start with Ugaritic because I like the texts? I'm screwed.

I'm currently wondering what's there for Middle Irish.

Re: ACEL Resources

Posted: 2014-02-04, 17:02
by Itikar
Aquí hay un curso de idioma elamita que me parece muy interesante: http://www.um.es/cepoat/cuneiforme/elamita/

¡Que lo disfrutéis! :D