Chaldean Grammar

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Chaldean Grammar

Author : Mar Sarhad Y. Jammo
ISBN : 1496194926
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This is a comprehensive Grammar of the Chaldean "Neo-Aramaic" Language. The rationale of this book is a combination of a “pure grammar” and a “pedagogical” one, where as much as possible grammatical forms are presented completely (for example, that of the Adjective or the Present Tense Verb), but with the progressive learning of a student in mind, especially in the selection of Vocabulary and Exercises. The 2000-Word Dictionaries at the end of the book, as well as the selections of Literature in the Chaldean language, are intended to be useful for one learning, though not in any sense comprehensive.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines


Author : Johns Hopkins University
ISBN : OSU:32435057724247
Genre : Science
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The Spanish Disquiet

Author : María M. Portuondo
ISBN : 9780226592268
Genre : History
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In this book, historian María M. Portuondo takes us to sixteenth-century Spain, where she identifies a community of natural philosophers and biblical scholars. They shared what she calls the "Spanish Disquiet"--a preoccupation with the perceived shortcomings of prevailing natural philosophies and empirical approaches when it came to explaining the natural world. Foremost among them was Benito Arias Montano--Spain's most prominent biblical scholar and exegete of the sixteenth century. He was also a widely read member of the European intellectual community, and his motivation to reform natural philosophy shows that the Spanish Disquiet was a local manifestation of greater concerns about Aristotelian natural philosophy that were overtaking Europe on the eve of the Scientific Revolution. His approach to the study of nature framed the natural world as unfolding from a series of events described in the Book of Genesis, ultimately resulting in a new metaphysics, cosmology, physics, and even a natural history of the world. By bringing Arias Montano's intellectual and personal biography into conversation with broader themes that inform histories of science of the era, The Spanish Disquiet ensures an appreciation of the variety and richness of Arias Montano's thought and his influence on early modern science.
Category: History

The Grammar Of The Lotus

Author : William Henry Goodyear
ISBN : UOM:39015008176995
Genre : Art, Prehistoric
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The Chaldean Account Of Genesis

Author : George Smith
ISBN : OXFORD:600081431
Genre : Assyro-Babylonian literature
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Author : Edmund Fry
ISBN : ONB:+Z162855602
Genre : Alphabet
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A Description Of Modern Chaldean

Author : Solomon I. Sara
ISBN : 9783110812022
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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2000 2999 Language And Literature

Author : Princeton University. Library
ISBN : UIUC:30112117958667
Genre : Classified catalogs
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ISBN : NYPL:33433076015068
Genre : Science
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