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Advances in Biblical Hebrew Linguistics
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Part I: Linguistics and PhilologyLinguistic Change through the Prism of Textual Transmission: The Case of Exod 12:9Noam MizrahiAll Is Not Lost: Linguistic Periodization in the Face of Textual and Literary PluriformityAaron HornkohlPart II: Historical Linguistics and Language ContactAramaic Influence and Inner Diachronic Development in Hebrew Inscriptions of the Iron AgeYigal BlochThe Linguistics of Writings Systems and the Gap in the Hebrew Scribal TraditionWilliam SchniedewindThe Second-Person Non-Negated Jussive in Biblical Hebrew and Ancient Northwest SemiticTania NotariusPart III: Text-Linguistics and Linguistic PragmaticsParticipant Tracking, Positioning and the Pragmatics of Biblical NarrativeFrank H. PolakNominal and Verb-Second Clauses Not Introduced by waw: A Text-Linguistic ClassificationGregor GeigerVerticality in Biblical Hebrew ParallelismDavid Toshio TsumuraThe Infinitive Absolute and Topicalization of Events in Biblical HebrewGalia HatavPart IV: Syntactic StudiesClause Combining in the Song of Moses (Deut. 32:1-43): An Example of Archaic Biblical Hebrew SyntaxBo IsakssonThe Syntactic Pattern: qtol -> weyiqtol and the Expression of Indirect Command in Biblical HebrewLina PeterssonThe Scope of Negation Inside and Outside of the Biblical Hebrew Prepositional PhraseCynthia L. Miller-Naude and Jacobus A. NaudeThe Locative Alternation in Biblical (and Modern) HebrewEdit Doron & Keren DubnovPart V: Applied LinguisticsCorpus-driven Valence: Give and the Meaning of natan (ntn) in GenesisNicolai Winther-Nielsen

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