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4953Re: Akkadian Textbooks

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  • Christopher Conlan
    May 3, 2007
      Ideally you would want to use "A Grammar of Akkadian" by John
      Huehnergard, however, this volume can be rather expensive. A good
      substitute would be Richard Caplice "Introduction to Akkadian",
      published by the Pontifical Biblical Institute.

      Both books are available on Amazon.com.

      Christopher Conlan

      --- In ANE-2@yahoogroups.com, "carl_ehrlich" <ehrlich@...> wrote:
      > Dear Colleagues,
      > One of my students would like to learn some Akkadian in an independent
      > study course under my tutelage. Since, however, it has been a couple
      > of decades since I learned my Akkadian (using Riemschneider and
      > Borger), I am wondering what my more up-to-date colleagues would
      > recommend as an introductory textbook (preferably relatively
      > inexpensive and in English or French).
      > With thanks in advance,
      > Carl Ehrlich
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