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A Manual of Ugaritic

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Pierre Bordreuil and Dennis Pardee are two of the best-known scholars doing research on the language and texts of the ancient city of Ugarit (modern Tell Ras Shamra). A Manual of Ugaritic includes a historical introduction to the texts and language, a sketch of the grammar of Ugaritic, a bibliography, hand-copies of many texts, and a glossary and text concordance—everything a student needs to study this fascinating language.

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  • Presents research from top linguistic scholars
  • Provides everything a student needs to study Ugaritic
  • Includes a historical introduction to the texts and language
Anyone who teaches or studies Ugaritic will want to take a serious look at adding this book to his or her collection of resources. I had high hopes for this book and I was not disappointed.

—Karyn Traphagen

. . . I am able to recommend enthusiastically the use of this manual in graduate classrooms and its presence on the shelf of anyone heavily involved in reflection on the alphabetic texts from Ugarit. This is a well-produced volume from beginning to end. The diligent labor of two senior scholars over nearly three decades has produced an extremely useful grammar and chrestomathy of Ugaritic, now available in English at a competitive price.

—Jeremy Hutton, assistant professor of Old Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary

Pierre Bordreuil is chair in Ugaritic at the Écoles des Langues et Civilisations Orientales at the Institut Catholique de Paris.

Dennis Pardee teaches in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.