Friday, April 10, 2015

Open Access Journal: Folia Orientalia

Folia Orientalia
 ISSN: 0015-5675

No LI / 2014

A r t i c l e s
  1. Federico CORRIENTE:
    Again on the “Yemenite connection” of Andalusi Arabic and other Western Arabic dialects
  2. Stefano MANFREDI:
    Demonstratives in a bedouin Arabic dialect of Western Sudan
  3. Ahmad AL-JALLAD:
    Aṣ-ṣādu llatī ka-s-sīn – evidence for an affricated Ṣād in Sibawayh?
  4. Elitzur A. BAR-Asher SIEGAL:
    From a Non-Argument-Dative to an Argument-Dative: The character and origin of the qṭīl lī construction in Syriac and Jewish Babylonian Aramaic
  5. Rivka SHEMESH-RAISKIN:
    The proleptic dative pronoun in Tannaitic Language
  6. Alexander ANDRASON:
    Qotel and its dynamics (part 2)
  7. Alexander ANDRASON & Juan-Pablo VITA:
    From glosses to the Linguistic Nature of Canaano-Akkadian
  8. Roswitha DEL FABBRO:
    A new archaeological look at Sefīre
  9. Massimiliano FRANCI:
    Egypto-Semitic Comparison: Some considerations on bilabials and dentals relationship
  10. Carsten PEUST:
    A morphological sketch of West Dangla (Chad)
  11. Marijn van PUTTEN:
    Some notes on the Historical Consonantism of Awjila
  12. Václav BLAŽEK:
    Phoenician/Punic loans in Berber languages and their their role in chronology of Berber
  13. Václav BLAŽEK:
    On classification of Agaw languages
  14. Václav BLAŽEK:
    Beja versus Nilo-Saharan: on the lexical witness of mutual contacts
  15. Tomasz POLAŃSKI:
    The looting and destruction of artworks and libraries in Pontus and Kommagene
  16. Robin SEIGNOBOS:
    Le médecin et le singe du calife l’ambassade du prince nubien Georgios d’après le K. aḫbār al-aṭibbāʾ de Yūsuf b. IBRĀHĪM b. al-Dāya († ca. 869)
  17. Piotr KOŁODZIEJCZYK:
    Early Egyptian abstract thinking – remarks on philosophical elements in the Egyptian formative period
N o t e s a n d D o c u m e n t s
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B i b l i o g r a p h i c a l N o t e s

No L / 2013

A r t i c l e s
  1. Vit BUBENIK, John HEWSON:
    Tense, Aspect and Aktionsart in Arabic
  2. Giuliano MION:
    Quelques remarques sur les verbes modaux et les pseudo-verbes de l’arabe parlé à Tunis
  3. David WILMSEN:
    More on the Arabic object marker iyyā: Implications for the origin of the Semitic notae accusativi
  4. Alexander ANDRASON:
    Qotel and its dynamics (Part one)
  5. Michal NEMETH:
    Ananiasz Zajączkowski’s Doctoral Thesis
  6. Václav BLAŽEK:
    On the classification of the Kartvelian Languages
  7. Václav BLAŽEK:
    On the Classification of Mongolian
  8. Joanna BOCHEŃSKA:
    What is the source of beauty? Ethic and aesthetic aspects of the Kurdish fairy tales from Jalils’ family collection
  9. Michał WOJCIECHOWSKI:
    To fight or not to fight? Various answers to the foreign political power in the Greek books of the Old Testament
  10. Tomasz HABRASZEWSKI:
    Kordofan in 1972, as described in the ‘Book of Travel’ (Seyahatname) by Evliya Çelebi
  11. Marcin MICHALSKI, Joachim STEPHAN:
    Noch einmal zum 34. Kapitel der Goldwiesen – al-Mas‘ūdī über die Slawen
  12. Krzysztof M. CIAŁOWICZ:
    Lower Egyptian culture in the light of the new researches
O b i t u a r y
  1. Andrzej PISOWICZ:
    Tomasz Habraszewski
N o t e s  a n d  D o c u m e n t s
  1. Alfredo CRISCUOLO:
    La polarizzazzione semantica della radice semitica QWL
  2. Grzegorz FIRST:
    The Horus cippus from the National Museum in Poznań
  3. Krzysztof BARDSKI:
    Holy Scripture through the eyes of the Church Father
  4. Andrzej PISOWICZ:
    Enigmatic Harandon
R e v i e w  A r t i c l e s
  1. Federico CORRIENTE:
    Some Comments on a New Manual of the Semitic Languages
  2. Vaclav BLAŽEK:
    Afroasiatic at a crossroad: forwards or back?
  3. Andrzej ZABORSKI:
    What Type of Typology of Afroasiatic?
R e v i e w s
  1. Kim DONG-HYUK:
    Early Biblical Hebrew, Late Biblical Hebrew, and Linguistic Variability – A Sociolinguistic Evaluation of the Linguistic Dating of Biblical Texts (by Krzysztof J. Baranowski)
  2. Gideon GOLDENBERG:
    Semitic Languages – Features, Structures, Relations, Processes (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  3. Rebecca HASSELBACH:
    Case in Semitic – Roles, Relations and Reconstruction (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  4. Peter BEHNSTEDT:
    Manfred Woidich, Wortatlas der arabischen Dialekte, Band II: Materielle Kultur (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  5. Pierre LARCHER:
    Le système verbal de l’arabe classique. 2e édition revue et augmentée (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  6. Warwick DANKS:
    The Arabic Verb – Form and Meaning in the Vowel-Lengthening Patterns (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  7. Gunvor MEJDELL:
    Lutz Edzard (eds.), High vs. Low and Mixed varieties – Status, Norms and Functions across Time and Languages (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  8. Abulḫayr Al-Išbīlī (s. V/XI):
    Kitābu ʻumdati ṭ-ṭabīb fī maʻrifati nnabāt likulli labīb (by Juan Pedro Monferrer-Sala)
  9. Anna KRASNOWOLSKA:
    Mythes, croyances populaires et symbolique animale dans la littérature persane (by Andrzej Pisowicz)
B i b l i o g r a p h i c a l  n o t e s
  1. Joseph M. BRINCAT:
    Maltese and Other Languages. A Linguistic History of Malta (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  2. Veronika RITT-BENMIMOUN:
    Texte im arabischen Beduinendialekt der Region Douz (Südtunesien) (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  3. Orhan ELMAZ:
    Studien zu den koranischen Hapaxlegomena unikaler Wurzeln (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  4. Nader AL-JALLAD:
    People from the Desert – Pre-Islamic Arabs in History and Culture. Selected Essays (by Andrzej Zaborski)
  5. M. CHŁODNICKI, K.M. CIAŁOWICZ, A. MĄCZYŃSKA:
    Tell El-Farkha (by Bartosz Adamski)
No XLIX / 2012



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