Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, Volume 56

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Page 650 - L, equitum mi, elephantorum mi in armis habet. Validior deinde gens Andarae, plurimis vicis, xxx oppidis quae muris turribusque muniuntur, regi praebet peditum e, equitum n, elephantos M.
Page 650 - P rasii surpass in power and glory every other people, not only in this quarter, but one may say in all India, their capital being Palibothra, a very large and wealthy city, after which some call the people itself the P a 1 ibothri, — nay, even the whole tract along the Ganges.
Page 650 - A nda r.se,ta still more powerful race, which possesses numerous villages, and thirty towns defended by walls and towers, and which supplies its king with an army of 100,000 infantry, 2000 cavalry, and 1000 elephants.
Page 556 - ... therefore, impossible to identify the non-vital act of exhalation with fire as Eggeling's translation would demand. This review of salient passages from the QB. may be thus summed up: 1. Prana is "in-breathing." 2. Uddna is
Page lx - THE PESHITTA, AND FROM A SYRIAC HYMN IN A SYROARABIC PALIMPSEST OF THE FIFTH AND OTHER CENTURIES EDITED AND TRANSLATED BY AGNES SMITH LEWIS MRAS j HON.
Page vi - Notulen van de algemeene en Bestuurs-Vergaderingen van het Bataviaasch Genootschap van Künsten en Wetenschappen. Deel XI.
Page viii - ... ist die typische: mit ihrer ausgedehnten Belesenheit ist die wenig selbständige Dichterin eine bezeichnende Erscheinung der Zeit, in der weibliche Gelehrsamkeit zum ersten Male im größeren Maße auftrat und Anerkennung fand — wie immer in Zeiten des Niedergangs. Georg Liebe. Georg Jacob, Das Schattentheater in seiner Wanderung vom Morgenland zum Abendland. Vortrag gehalten bei der Philologen-Versammlung zu Straßburg am 4. Oktober 1901. Berlin, Mayer & Müller, 1901 (22 S.).
Page 649 - The royal city of the Calingae is called Parthalis. Over their king 60,000 foot-soldiers, 1000 horsemen, 700 elephants keep watch and ward in 'procinct of war...
Page 124 - You have grieved for those who deserve no grief, and you talk words of wisdom. Learned men grieve not for the living nor the dead. Never did I not exist, nor you, nor these rulers of men; nor will any one of us ever hereafter cease to be.
Page 12 - ... motion-towards-sleep.* It will thus be seen that the processes of what we call declension and conjugation do not properly occur in Ahom, nor can we divide the vocabulary into parts of speech. The relations which, in Aryan languages, we indicate by these two processes of inflexion are in Ahom indicated, partly by the position of the various words in the sentence, and partly by compounding words together. We cannot, properly speaking, talk of nouns and verbs, we can only talk of words performing...

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