Folia Orientalia vol. XXXV (35/1999)


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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).


Polska Akademia Nauk – Oddział w Krakowie
Komisja Orientalistyczna
The Enigma Press, Kraków 1999
ISSN 0015-5675
oprawa: miękka
liczba stron: 276
format: 15,0 x 21,0 cm
stan: nowy, bardzo dobry


A. Bieniek, Claudius Ptolemaeus in the Eyes of the Arabs in the Example of al-Qazwini, 5-21;
R. Czekalska, Nirala (On the 100th Anniversary of the Poet’s Birth), 23-34;
T. Gacek, Diacritics in the Analysis of the Middle Persian Book Script, 35-40;
J.-P. Hartung, A Contribution of Islamic ‘Revivalists’ to Modernity: The Gama’at-i islami as a Practical Approach for the Realization of an Islamic Concept of History, 41-54;
A. Krasnowolska, Sab-e Celle, 55-74;
A. Kuczkiewicz – Fraś, About the Suffix -ci in Hindi, 75-83;
E. Lupieri, Sex and Blood: Some New Approaches to the Apocalypse of John, 85-92;
B. Michalak – Pikulska, Gibran Khalil Gibran’s Significance and Role in Arabic and World Literature and His Creative Reception in the World, 93-100;
B. Michalak – Pikulska, Looking at the Problem of Iraqi Agresion on Kuwait on the Basis of “Mudakkirat gundi Iraqi”, 101-106;
B. Prochwicz-Studnicka, The Mystical Dimension od Sakah ‘abd-Sabur’s Poetry, 107-117;
D. Rozmus, Al-Baranis, 119-127, I map;
Y. Sh’hadeh, To Live in Exile in the World of Illusions (The Alienated Hero in the Early Stories of Ghassan Kanafani), 129-135;
E. Stala, The Possible Origins of Spanish ‘Camiz’, 137-139;
D. Stanulewicz, Multi-Category Morphemes and Relational Elements in Chinese, 141-145;
D. Steigerwald, La mystique de Jalal al-Din Rumi (m. 672/1273) par la danse cosmique des dervisches tourneurs, 147-156;
G. Takacs, History of Pero k in Afro-Asiatic Perspective, 157-174;
G. Takacs, Marginal Remarks on the Classification on Ancient Egyptian within Afro-Asiatic and Its Position Among African Languages, 175-196;
G. Takacs, An Additional Note to the Discussion on the Obscure Words of Papyrus Ebers 99,10-12, 197-198;

Review Essays

B. W. W. Dombrowski, The Most Important Trait of the Seleucid Kingdom’s History?, 199-205;
B. W. W. Dombrowski, Qumranologica VIII, 207-223;
E. Sławiński, The Newest Handbook on Uralic Languages, 225-250.

Reviews (by E. Dilmaç, Z. J. Kapera, E. Siemieniec-Gołaś, M. Stachowski, G. Zając), 251-263.


B. Michalak – Pikulska, 35th International Congress of Asian and North African Studies, Budapest, 7-12 July 1997, 264-265;
B. Michalak – Pikulska, XIX Congress of Union Europeenne des Arabisants and Islamisants, Halle – Germany, August 30 – September 3, 1998, 265-267;
F. Sen, First Egyptological Meeting at the Autonomous University of Madrid, 267-268;
F. Sen, XXXV Annual Assembly of the Spanish Orientalist Association and IV Symposium on Oriental Cultures, 268;
J. Rydzewski, Exposition “Toutankhamon des steppes de l’Ukraine” dans le Musée Archéologique de Cracovie, 269-272, IV plates.



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