Semitica was founded in 1948 by the Institute of Semitic Studies, now at the College of France. Semitica covers all branches of Semitic studies: linguistics, philology, history, archaeology, epigraphy, and all areas of the Semitic world, ancient and modern, as well as related fields.

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Articles récents

Semitica 59

Semitica 59, édité par Michael Langlois sous la direction de Thomas Römer. Leuven, Peeters, 2017. 423 p.

  • Michaël Guichard. Le trône et le « char » processionnel de Dagan : de la philologie à l’histoire de l’art
  • Annunziata Rositani. Reconstructing the Organization of Old-Babylonian Agricultural Labour Through Dockets
  • Michaël Guichard. Chroniques de l’Ida-Maraṣ et autres pays des environs
  • Benjamin Sass. The Emergence of Monumental West Semitic Alphabetic Writing, with an Emphasis on Byblos
  • Jan Dušek. Crushing the Locust in Sefire I A, 24: A New Look at the Curse
  • Ryan Thomas. The Meaning of asherah in Hebrew Inscriptions
  • M. Richey. A Phoenician-Inscribed Bronze Basin, Allegedly from Cumae
  • Matthieu Richelle. D’une formule d’incantation ougaritique à un mystérieux geste prophétique israélite
  • Oded Lipschits, Thomas Römer & Hervé Gonzalez. The Pre-Priestly Abraham Narratives from Monarchic to Persian Times
  • Nissim Amzallag & Shamir Yona. Differentiation of the qayin Family of Roots in Biblical Hebrew
  • Matthieu Richelle. Quels furent les pires d’entre les rois d’Israël et de Juda selon la théologie deutéronomiste ? Une situation méconnue de divergence entre TM et LXX
  • Innocent Himbaza. La diversité des sources du manuscrit de Leningrad B19a
  • Marie-Jeanne Roche. Arabes et Judéo-chrétiens : à propos de Shayʿ al-Qawm et de Jean le Baptiste
  • Stefan Weninger. A Middle Sabaean Dedicatory Inscription from the Warsaw National Museum
  • Giancarlo Toloni. “Linguistica, Epigraphica et Philologica”. The Scientific Work of Giovanni Garbini
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