Folia Orientalia vol. XXX (30/1994)

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Folia Orientalia (FOr) is an international multi- and interdisciplinary journal published annually by the Commission of Oriental Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Kraków Branch). It represents a broad range of Oriental Studies, especially linguistic, literary, historical, archaeological, cultural, religious and art history issues, mainly from the Near and Middle East, South Asia, Central Asia and Africa.
The peer-reviewed journal Folia Orientalia was founded in 1959 by Tadeusz Lewicki, an eminent Polish Arabist, who noticed the desirability of creating a new yearbook with a broad spectrum of studies devoted to cultures and civilisations of Asia and Africa. Lewicki served as chairman of the editorial board (1959–1968, 1971–1976) and as editor (1980–1986). Earlier, in the years 1959–1979, the post of editor was held by Franciszek Machalski, Iranologist. Subsequent editors were Stanisław Stachowski, Turkologist (1987–2002) and Andrzej Zaborski, Arabist and specialist in comparative linguistics of Semitic-African languages (2003–2014).

FOLIA ORIENTALIA vol. XXX, 1994

Polska Akademia Nauk – Oddział w Krakowie
Komisja Orientalistyczna
The Enigma Press, Kraków 1994
ISSN 0015-5675
oprawa: miękka
liczba stron: 260
format: 15,0 x 21,0 cm
stan: nowy, bardzo dobry

Articles

P. Auffret, “Ne crains pas, même si s’enrichit un homme!” Étude structurelle du Psaume 49, 5-24;
L. S. Bayun, Hittito-Luwian Vocabulary as a Source on the Early Indo-European and Anatolian History, 25-26;
F. A. Dombrowski, Das Horn von Afrika – Eine Krisenregion, 27-37;
B. W. W. Dombrowski, Das System der eblaitischen Zahlen im Vergleich zu anderen, vernehmlich in den semitischen und hamitischen Sprachbereichen, 39-76;
I. Jaruzelska, People Pronouncing Sentences in Court: Amos 5, 7-12, 16-17. An Attempt at Sociological Identification, 77-94;
M. Kuś, On the Origin of the Name ‘Hausa’: A Slavic Analogy, 95-99;
B. Michalak, Life and Work of Layla al-‘Uthman – The Contemporary Kuwaiti Woman Writer, 101-112;
B. Michalak, The Magic Everyday World in ‘The Delusive Dawn’ Short Stories by Nagib Mahfuz, 113-117;
B. Ostafin, Yaqut – Geographer, Compiler or adib? According to the Preface to His Dictionary, 119-123;
A. E. Palumbo, Jr., 1QpHab 5:8 12. The ‘Pillars’ and Paul, 125-137;
T. Pobożniak, Confession of Mazdun Faith Y na 12, 139-142;
M. Pomorska, An Azeri Dialect of Tabriz – An Attempt at Phonological Description, 143-161;
D. Rudnicka, ‘Al-Farafir’ and ‘al-Mahzala al-Ardiyya’: The Life of an Egyptian Man, a Tragic Farce, 163-185;
J. Sławomirski, Une étymologie turque en ancien catalan: ‘carxena’, 187-192;
M. Stachowski, Einige Namen für ‘dach’ in den Türksprachen, 193-201;
M. Stachowski, Über zwei Namen für ‘knochen’ in den Türksprachen, 203-207;
M. Stachowski, Der g*h-Wechsel im dolganischen, 209-216;
G. Takacs, Some Notes on the History of Egyptian mg ‘Ten’, 217-218.

Chronicle

B. Michalak, XVII Congress of Union Européenne des arabisants et islamisants, Saint Petersburg, August 22-26 1994, 219-220;
K. Pilarczyk, Poles and ‘Jewish-Polish’ Topics in the Eleventh World Congress of Jewish Studies, 221-223;
K. T. Witczak, A Report on the Colloquium ‘Greek and Turkish: Linguistc Relations’ (Thessaloniki, 14 May 1994), 224-226;
A. Dubiński, Zygmunt Abrahamowicz 1923-1990, 227-229;
A. Sulimowicz, Bibliography of the Works of Zygmunt Abrahamowicz, 230-236.

Reviews (by S. Cinal, M. Galas, E. Lipiński, B. Ostafin, M. Pomorska, M. Stachowski), 237-260.
A Letter to the Editor (by P. Muchowski), p. 260.

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