Recent studies in Neo-Aramaic dialects

@article{Macuch1990RecentSI,
  title={Recent studies in Neo-Aramaic dialects},
  author={Rudolf Macuch},
  journal={Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies},
  year={1990},
  volume={53},
  pages={214 - 223}
}
  • R. Macuch
  • Published 1 June 1990
  • Linguistics
  • Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
Since the beginnings of Neo-Aramaic studies in the second half of the last century, with the work of pioneers such as Stoddard (1855), Sachau (1865) and Noldeke (1868) in East-Neo-Syriac, Prym and Socin (1883) in West-Neo-Syriac (Tur ‘Abdln) and Parisot (1898–9) in West-Aramaic of Ma'lūla and related dialects, research in the field of Neo-Aramaic dialectology has never known such an intensive upsurge as there has been in the second half of this century. Although harsh religious persecution by… 
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