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** Vol. 4. Jambhaladatta's Version of the Vetalaparicavinsati. By Murray B. Emeneau (transl. & text). 1934.

** Vol. 5. The Vocalization of the Egyptian Syllabic Orthography. By W. F. Albright. 1934.

Vol. 8. A Grammar of the Phoenician Language. By Zellig S. Harris. 1936. (ISBN 0-940490-08-0). Paper. $30.

** Vol. 9. The Kashmirian Atharva Veda, Books 16 & 17. By LeRoy C. Barret. 1936-40.

** Vol. 10. Movable Property in the Nuzi Documents. By Dorothy Cross. 1937.

** Vol. 11. The Study of Human Abilities: The Jen wu chih of Liu Shao. By John Shryock. 1938.

** Vol. 12. A Census of Indic Manuscripts in the United States & Canada. By Horace I. Poleman. 1938.

** Vol. 13. Wei Shih Er Shih Lun: The Treatise in Twenty Stanzas on Representation-only by Vasubandhu. Edited with introduction, translation & commentary by Clarence H. Hamilton. 1938.

** Vol. 14. The Hittite Ritual of Tunnawi. By Albrecht Goetze. 1938.

** Vol. 15. The Basis of Israelite Marriage. By Millar Burrows. 1938.

** Vol. 16. Development of the Canaanite Dialects. By Zellig S. Harris. 1939.

** Vol. 17. Statesman, Patriot, and General in Ancient China: Three Shih Chi biographies of the Ch'in Dynasty (255-206 B.C.). Translated & discussed by Derk Bodde. 1940.

** Vol. 18. The Kashmirian Atharva Veda, Books 19 & 20. By LeRoy C. Barret. 1940.

** Vol. 19. Al-Ibanah An Usul ad-Diyanah (The Elucidation of Islam's Foundation). A translation with introduction and notes. By Walter C. Klein. 1940.

** Vol. 22. Spiritual Authority & Temporal Power in the Indian Theory of Government. By Ananda K. Coomaraswamy. 1942.

** Vol. 23. Anthropological Biography of Negro Africa. By H. A. Wieschoff. 1948.

** Vol. 24. Palestinian Figurines in Relation to Certain Goddesses Known through Literature. By James B. Pritchard. 1943.

** Vol. 25. Nuzi Real Estate Transactions. By Francis R. Steele. 1943.

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** Vol. 27. Lu Hsiang-Shan. By Siu-Chi Huang. 1944.

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Vol. 29. Mathematical Cuneiform Texts. By 0. Neugebauer and A. Sachs. 1945. (ISBN 978-0-940490-29-1). Paper. $38.

Vol. 30. Roots, Verb Forms and Primary Derivatives of the Sanskrit Language. By William Dwight Whitney. 1945. (ISBN 0-940490-30-7). $20.

* Volumes in this series are hardbound unless otherwise indicated. Orders may be sent directly to Eisenbrauns, 600 North Bay Drive, Warsaw, IN 46580. Members of the Society are entitled to a 20% reduction on prices. Add $4.00 postage for first book, $1.50 for each additional book.

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** Vol. 32. Catalogue of the Cuneiform Tablets of the Wilberforce Barnes Babylonian Collection in the New York Public Library. By A. Leo Oppenheim. 1948.

Vol. 33. Old Persian Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. By Roland G. Kent. 2nd rev. ed. 1953. (ISBN 0-940490-33-1). $42.

Vol. 34. The Narrative of Bhoja (Bhojaprabandha). By Ballala of Benares and Louis H. Gray. 1950. (ISBN 0-940490-34-X). Paper. $5.

Vol. 35. Abu Jarar Muhammad B. Jarir al-Tabarr s The Reign of Al-Muctasim (833-842). Translated and annotated by Elma Martin. 1951. (ISBN 0-940490-35-8). $5.

Vol. 36. Early Hebrew Orthography: A Study of the Epigraphic Evidence. By Frank Moore Cross and David Noel Freedman. 1952. (ISBN 0-940490-36-6). Paper. $28.

** Vol. 37. Kassitenstudien I: Die Sprache der Kassiten. By Kemal Balkan. 1954.

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