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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Michael Langlois,
Scientific Editor.

Articles récents

Semitica 58

Semitica 58, édité par Michael Langlois sous la direction de Thomas Römer. Leuven, Peeters, 2016. 305 p.

  • Jean-Marie Durand. Un mauvais garde-chiourme
  • Michaël Guichard. Guerre et diplomatie : Lettres d’Iluni roi d’Ešnunna
  • Ndikho Mtshiselwa. Who Possessed the Promised Land? Scribal Scholarship in the Formation of Patriarchal Narrative(s) and the Holiness Code
  • Jaeyoung Jeon. A Source of P? The Priestly Exodus Account and the Book of Ezekiel
  • Esias E. Meyer. The Foreskinned Fruit in Leviticus 19
  • Innocent Himbaza. « Le lieu que YHWH aura choisi ». Une perspective narrative, historique et philologique
  • Matthieu Richelle. Intentional Omissions in the Textual History of the Books of Kings: In Search of Methodological Criteria
  • Till Magnus Steiner. Solomon’s Fall and the Law
  • Nadav Naʾaman. Queen Athaliah as a Literary- Historical Figure
  • Nissim Amzallag. The Serpent as a Symbol of Primeval Yahwism
  • André Lemaire. Notes d’épigraphie sémitique
  • Gaby Abousamra & André Lemaire. Bol magique avec inscription araméenne
  • Ahmad Al-Jallad. New evidence from a Safaitic inscription for a late velar/uvular realization of *ṣ ́ in Aramaic
  • Aharon Geva-Kleinberger. The mystery of the dance: the Semitic etymological derivation of the Maltese root √żfn [=√zfn] and its contribution to history
  • Paul Keyser. A Semitic Etymology for Greek αἷμα
  • Giancarlo Toloni. « Biblica et Semitica » : L’œuvre scientifique de Francesco Vattioni
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