Title: Akkadian Dialect of Egyptian . AOAT 374
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This study is focused on the dialect of two groups of letters written by Egyptian Scribes in the Amarna Age: Those found in Amarna originate from the 14th cent. and those discovered in Hattussa were written in the 13th cent. Even though the letters basically are written in Akkadian, several elements of the the scribes' native language, Egyptian, might be detected in phonology, morphology, syntax and the lexicon used in the texts. The philological overview and analysis is supplemented by excurses on two letters and a vocabulary of Egyptian words used in the texts. Bookseller Inventory # COCAKKADI
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