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A Primer on Ugaritic: Language, Culture and Literature

@inproceedings{Schniedewind2007APO,
  title={A Primer on Ugaritic: Language, Culture and Literature},
  author={William M. Schniedewind and Joel H. Hunt},
  year={2007}
}
1. Ancient Ugarit 2. School texts: introducing the language and alphabet 3. Letters (KTU 2): an inductive introduction to Ugaritic 4. Administrative texts (KTU 4) 5. Legal texts (KTU 3) 6. Literary texts (KTU 1) 7. Grammatical precis. 

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