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Texte und Untersuchungen zur vormasoretischen Grammatik des Hebräischen. Herausgegeben von Paul Kahle:IV: Masoreten des Westen. II. Das Palästinensische Pentateuchtargum. Die Palästinensische Punktation. Der Bibeltext des Ben Naftali. Mit einem Beitrag von R. Edelmann und 16 Lichtdrucktafeln. (Beiträge zur Wissenschaft vom Alten und Neuen Testament. Herausgegeben von Rudolf Kittel. Dritte Folge, Heft 14)

Kahle, Paul

Published by W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, 1930
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Inscribed in Hebrew with pen at title page: "Rez. Ba'alei Masoret she be-Ma'arav: H. Yalon. (Lashoneinu, I. Tarpa"t [=1929]. 186 [pp]." [Appears to be an article in Hebrew that was used for the book: H. Yalon was a scholar of Hebrew grammar.] 4to. xii. 95pp. Original wrappers. Pages unopened. Premasoretic grammar of Hebrew, compiled by acclaimed German Orientalist and scholar, Paul E. Kahle (see below). Text part is complete, but plates at end are missing, as is rear wrapper. Parts of spine missing. Very small bookseller-plate at front wrapper, not affecting text. Binding loose, but all text pages present. Inside clean. In German and Hebrew. Binding in poor, book in fair condition. On the author (from public domain encyclopedia): "Paul E. Kahle (January 21, 1875, Hohenstein - September 24, 1964, Düsseldorf) was a German orientalist and scholar. He was born in East Prussia and studied orientalism and theology in Marburg. He attained his doctorate in 1898. He was a Lutheran pastor. He studied semitic philology in Cairo between 1908 and 1918. In 1918 he returned to Bonn University as a professor, where he developed the Eastern Studies curriculum. He migrated to England and the University of Oxford in 1939, having been dismissed from his University post in Bonn, owing at least in great part to the fact that he had a Polish rabbi (Yechiel Yaakov Weinberg) as an assistant. At Oxford he gained two further doctorates. During this period in Oxford he suffered the personal tragedy of his son Paul's untimely death. Kahle returned to Germany after the war, where he pursued his research as Professor Emeritus. His principal academic renown is as editor of the Hebrew Bible.". Bookseller Inventory # 18390

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Title: Texte und Untersuchungen zur ...

Publisher: W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart

Publication Date: 1930

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: poor

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