... Most of the Semitic languages"or dialects if we like so to call them"are now
dead, swallowed up by the Arabic of Mohammed and the Qoran. ...
/.../sayce/early israel and the surrounding nations/chapter i the israelites.htm
Bunsen's Biblical Researches.
... again, we have traced our Gaelic and our Sanskrit to their inferential pre-Hellenic
stem, and when reason has convinced us that the Semitic languages which had ...
/.../essays and reviews the education of the world/bunsens biblical researches.htm
The Helvetic Consensus Formula. AD 1675.
... coins, on the Phoenician and Punic monuments, on the inscription of the Moabite
stone (discovered 1868), and by the analogy of the other Semitic languages. ...
/.../ 61 the helvetic consensus.htm
... Version in. Parallel Columns. by. DM Kay, B.Sc., BD,. Assistant to the Professor
of Semitic Languages in the University of Edinburgh. ...
/...//christianbookshelf.org/kay/the apology of aristides the philosopher/format.htm
Jesus at Capernaum.
... to judge the world, and to govern it for eternity. Son of Man, in the Semitic
languages, especially in the Aramean dialects, is a simple synonym of man. ...
/.../renan/the life of jesus/chapter viii jesus at capernaum.htm
The Nile and Egypt
... The Egyptian name for the tamarisk, asari, asri, is identical with that
given to it in Semitic languages, both ancient and modern. ...
/.../chapter i the nile and egypt.htm
... solve. He then devoted himself to the comparative study of the Semitic
languages, for which he endeavored to do what Prof. Bopp ...
//christianbookshelf.org/schaff/the person of christ/critical notes.htm
From the Flood to Abraham
... The Bible alone states clearly what that cause was. All existing languages belong
to three great families: the Aryan, the Semitic, and the Turanian. ...
/.../tidwell/the bible period by period/chapter iii from the flood.htm
Place of Jesus in the History of the World.
... [Footnote 1: I remind the reader that this word means here simply the people
who speak or have spoken one of the languages called Semitic. ...
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Babylonia and Assyria
... Baal stood his colourless reflection, the goddess Baalath, who owed her existence
partly to the feminine gender possessed by the Semitic languages, partly to ...
/.../early israel and the surrounding nations/chapter vi babylonia and assyria.htm
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