Comparative Semitic Philology in the Middle Ages: From Sa'Adiah Gaon to Ibn Barun (10th-12th C.)

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ABBREVIATIONS AND BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES

Abraham Habavli—see below: Neubauer (1863), pp. 195–216

Abramson (1954)—

50–49

Abramson (1963)—,

Abramson (1974)—

Abramson (1975)—1975

Abramson (1977)—

116-108

Abramson (1978-1979)—,

51-29

Abū Mashal—See Kitāb al-Nawādir

Abū-l-Faraj—See Hirschfeld (1892, 1922, 1923), Poznanski (1895, 1908) and Zislin (1962, 1965)

Al Hāwi—see Kitāb al-Hāwi Alfāsi—see Skoss

Allony (1949) ,

Allony (1952–1958)—see Saadia, Alfāẓ al-Mishna

Allony (1958)—see SabīFīn Laf"z

Allony (1962)—

54-21

Allony (1969)—see ha-Egron

Allony (1970a)—

Allony (1970b)—6719

Allony (1970)—

425-409 ,

Al-Munjid—1969

Al-Mushtamil—see Kitāb al-Mushtamil

Ankori (1959)—Z. Ankori, Karaites in Byzantium, New York-Jerusalem 1959

Arukh ha-Shalem—

Bacher (1882)—W. Bacher Wilhelm, “Notes sur Abou'l Walid,” RÉJ 4 (1882), 273–274

Bacher (ZDMG 1884)—W. Bacher, “Berichtungen zur Neubauer'schen Aufgabe des Kitāb al-ʾUṣūl,” ZDMG 38 (1884), 620–629

Bacher (1884)—W. Bacher, Die hebräisch-arabische Sprachvergleichung des Abūlwalid Merwan Ibn Ganah, Sitzungsber. Der Kais. Akad der Wissensch.; Phil. Hist. Classe 106 (1884), 96–119 (special reprint, with Bacher 1885, Amsterdam, Philo-Press 1970)

Bacher (1885)—W. Bacher, “Die hebräisch-neuhebräische und hebräisch-aramäische Sprachvergleichung des Abūlwalid Merwan Ibn Ganah” Sitzungsber. der kais. Akad. der Wissenschaft, Phil. Hist. Classe 110 (1885)

Bacher (1885)—W. Bacher, Leben u. Werke des Abūlwalid Merwan Ibn Ganah u. die Quellen seiner Schrifterklärung, Leipzig O. Schulze (jetzt Berlin, Felber) 1885

Bacher (1888)—W. Bacher, “Weitere Berichtungen zur Neubauer'schen Ausgabe des Kitāb al-ʾUṣūl,” ZDMG 42 (1888), 307–310

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