Notes on Egypto-Semitic Etymology. II

@article{AlbrightNotesOE,
  title={Notes on Egypto-Semitic Etymology. II},
  author={William Foxwell Albright},
  journal={The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures},
  volume={34},
  pages={215 - 255}
}
  • W. F. Albright
  • Published 1 July 1918
  • Linguistics
  • The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures
8 Citations
Serhiy Donich (1900–1958): the Fate of Egyptologist in Soviet Ukraine
  • M. Tarasenko
  • Preislamic Near East: History, Religion, Culture.
  • 2021
Ethnicity: Constructions of Self and Other in Ancient Egypt
The construction of ethnic self and other played a central role in ancient Egyptian ideology as well as at a more quotidian level. Ethnic groups are usually seen as self-defined, distinctive
Agaw Lexicon and Its Cushitic and Afro-Asiatic Background
The ideas of this paper were originally presented at the 5th International Conference on Cushitic and Omotic Languages (Paris, 16–18 April 2008), but the text is not going to be published in its
Angas-Sura Etymologies VII
Abstract The paper as part of a long-running series is devoted to the etymological analysis of a new segment (namely that with initial dental *d-) of the Angas-Sura root stock, a small group of
Recent problems of Semitic-Egyptian and Semito-Cushitic and -Chadic consonant correspondences
Below I examine two aspects of the external comparison of Proto-Semitic, which represent at the same time two key areas of the Afro-Asiatic (Semito-Hamitic) consonantal reconstruction. Unfortunately,
Towards the Afro-Asiatic etymology of Egyptian zš ‘to write’
  • G. Takács
  • Linguistics
    Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
  • 2000
It is not necessary to emphasize the importance of writing in the culture of Ancient Egypt. The ancient Nile Valley dwellers' cult of writing is famous, while the Egyptian language has the longest