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A Handbook and Reader of Ottoman Arabic

Written forms of Arabic composed during the era of the Ottoman Empire present an immensely fruitful linguistic topic. Extant texts display a proximity to the vernacular that cannot be encountered in any other surviving historical Arabic material, and thus provide unprecedented access to Arabic language history.

This rich material remains very little explored. Traditionally, scholarship on Arabic has focussed overwhelmingly on the literature of the various Golden Ages between the 8th an...

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  • Éditeur : Open Book Publishers, University of Cambridge
  • Collection : Cambridge Semitic Languages and Cultures Series | 10
  • Lieu d’édition : Cambridge
  • Année d’édition : 2021
  • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 27 janvier 2022
  • EAN (Édition imprimée) : 9781783749416
  • EAN électronique : 9791036529672
  • Nombre de pages : xx-463 p.

II. Reader

Humphrey Taman Davies
5. Kitāb Hazz al-quḥūf (1600s)
Boris Liebrenz et Kristina Richardson
6. A weaver’s notebook from Aleppo (10th/16th century)
Geoffrey Khan et Esther-Miriam Wagner
27. T-s ns 99.38 (1809)
Esther-Miriam Wagner et Mohamed Ahmed
28. Rylands Genizah collection a 803 (1825)
Esther-Miriam Wagner
34. Ora ve-Simḥa (1917)
Tania María García-Arévalo
36. An anecdote about Juḥā (1920s)


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