The Persian Cuneiform Inscription at Behistun, Decyphered and Translated; with a Memoir on Persian Cuneiform Inscriptions in General, and on that of Behistun in Particular: By Major Henry Creswicke Rawlinson. Chapter 1 - 5, Volume 1
Parker, 1846 - 372 pages
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according adam admit adopted alphabet answers appears application aspiration Assyria awam Babylonian Behistun believe brought certainly character clause column combination compound conjecture connected consider construction copy correspondent Cuneiform Darius the King dental derived distinct doubtful employed employment entirely evidently examined examples explained expression further give given grace Greek guttural hand identical imperfect inscriptions instance khsháyathiya language letter maná marked means Median Memoir noun observe occurs original Ormazd orthography paragraph particle passage Pehlevi perhaps pers Persepolis Persian preceding present probably Professor pronoun published question reading refer remark replaces represent require respective restoration root Sans Sanskrit Says Darius Semitic sentence sibilant signifying sing Society sonant substitution sufficient suppose surd tablet term termination Thátiya third translation usual utá verb vowel writing written Zend