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By Harry A. Hoffner

Hoffner and Melchert's long-awaited paintings is certain to turn into either the traditional reference grammar and the most instructing software for the Hittite language. the 1st quantity features a thorough description of Hittite grammar, grounded in an abundance of textual examples. additionally, the authors keep in mind an unlimited array of experiences on all elements of the Hittite language. within the 5 a long time because the book of the second one variation of Johannes Friedrich's Hethitisches Elementarbuch (1960), our wisdom of Hittite grammar has turn into extra specified and nuanced, particularly as a result variety of new texts to be had and the growing to be physique of secondary literature. this primary quantity within the LANE sequence fills a major hole and provides a entire reference for many years to come back.

the second one quantity, on hand here, is an instructional that includes a sequence of graded classes with illustrative sentences for the scholar to translate. the academic is keyed to the reference grammar and gives broad notes.

the broadcast grammar quantity is followed by means of a CD-ROM that comprises the complete textual content of the grammar and educational in searchable, cross-referenced, and hyperlinked shape.

buy modafinil in india Errata: Minor corrections, that have been integrated into the second one printings of either the Grammar and the educational (December, 2008 â€" January, 2009), can be found here for download.

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Acc. neut. of /te:bu-/ ‘little’). Nevertheless, we should be extremely cautious in appealing to this possibility in questionable cases. 36 obv. 34 ii 19 (OH/NS) is a form of tiye- (‘stepped [to Aškaliya, saying]’), not of te- (‘said’). What used to be considered a pronominal stem ši-(i)-e- but now is correctly recognized as the number ‘one’ (see Goedegebuure 2006) should not be read as /se:-/ (see already Neu 1997: 147). 34. Many signs in the Hittite cuneiform syllabary are multivalent. That is, they have logographic as well as syllabic (or phonetic) values.

Throne’, etc. For discussion of the broader subject of “Fehlertypologie” with examples see Rüster 1988. The auditory error (“Hörfehler”) is not mentioned in her article. It would be a subcategory of her section 2 (“Zeichenvertauschung”), which however she describes only as “eine Verwechslung ähnlich aussehender Keilschriftzeichen” (p. 295, italics ours), although in her list of examples (pp. 299–303) there are cases clearly due to auditory (not visual) similarity:  for ,  for 8,  for ,  for .

26. The vowel of each CV-type sign is usually specific. But some CV signs whose vowel is i often have a second reading with e: û H G & O ’ J        pí pé gi ge ḫi ḫe ki ke li le ni né ri re 28. túḫ-uḫ-ša might have the same function as wa-al-aḫ-ta (/walhta/), to indicate /tuhhsa/. 29. ,  ‘ox’) is repeated when followed by suffixes beginning with a vowel: -da (read gu4-da for /guda/) ‘of the ox’, although this is not to be understood as gemination. 27. For some of the above /Ce/ sequences, a second sign with value restricted to  + e is equally or even more common: ḫé (º ) is more common than ḫe ( / ) for /he/; ne (/ ) is more common than né () for /ne/.

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