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" Benan, accustomed to the rigid forms and limited scope of alphabets of the Phoenician type, were bewildered at the laxity of cuneiform expression, where phonetic and ideographic elements were commingled ; and refused to admit the possibility of such a... "
Beiträge zur Assyriologie und Semitischen Sprachwissenschaft - Page 525
1894
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Report of the Proceedings of the Second International Congress of ...

Oriental philology - 1874 - 67 pages
...indeed, did the study make much progress for a long time afterwards. Semitic scholars, like M. Kenan, accustomed to the rigid forms and limited scope of alphabets of the Phaenician type, were bewildered at the laxity of cuneiform expression, where phonetic and ideographic...
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Bibliotheca Sacra, Volume 32

Bible - 1875
...indeed, did the study make much progress for a long time afterwards. Semitic scholars like M. Renan, accustomed to the rigid forms and limited scope of alphabets of the Phoenician type, were bewildered at the laxity of cuneiform expression, where phonetic and ideographic elements were commingled ; and...
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Transactions of the Second Session Held at London, in September, 1874

Sir Robert Kennaway Douglas - Asia - 1876 - 456 pages
...indeed, did the study make much progress for a long time afterwards. Semitic scholars, like M. Benan, accustomed to the rigid forms and limited scope of alphabets of the Phoenician type, were bewildered at the laxity of cuneiform expression, where phonetic and ideographic elements were commingled ; and...
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Transactions of the Second Session of the International Congress of ...

Sir Robert Kennaway Douglas - Asia - 1876 - 456 pages
...indeed, did the study make much progress for a long time afterwards. Semitic scholars, like M. Renan, accustomed to the rigid forms and limited scope of alphabets of the Phoenician type, were bewildered at the laxity of cuneiform expression, where phonetic and ideographic elements were commingled ; and...
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Transactions of the Second Session of the International Congress of ...

Sir Robert Kennaway Douglas - Asia - 1876 - 456 pages
...indeed, did the study make much progress for a long time afterwards. Semitic scholars, like M. Renan, accustomed to the rigid forms and limited scope of alphabets of the Pho3nician type, were bewildered at the laxity of cuneiform expression, where phonetic and ideographic...
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Linguistic and Oriental Essays: Written from the Year 1870 to 1901

Robert Needham Cust - Oriental philology - 1880
...except Hincks, Norris, and Bunsen, were satisfied of the soundness of the basis of inquiry. Scholars, accustomed to the rigid forms and limited scope of Alphabets of the Phenician type, were bewildered at the laxity of Cuneiform expression, where Phonetic and Ideographic...
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