Chapel Hill: North Carolina Studies in the Romance Languages and Literatures [Distributed by University of North Carolina Press], 1978. First edition. Octavo, original printed wrappers. 171 pp, Bibliography. Slight browning, a very good copy.
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Leiden / Koln. E.J. Brill. 1963. First edition. Octavo, original printed wrappers. 272 pp. Issued as Handbuch der Orientalistik. Erste Abteilung: Der Nahe und der Mittlere Osten. Siebenter Band. Light tanning to wrappers, a couple of small creases. Very good to fine copy.
Nörten-Hardenberg bei Göttingen : F. Ellermeier. 1979-1980. Two volumes. Quarto, original green boards, gilt titles. In total, 732 pp. Lfg. 1. Liste der Lautwerte -- Lfg. 2. Nach "Zeichennamen" und Keilschriftzeichen geordnete Lautwertlisten. Inner front hinges cracked, a very good set.
Leipzig: Otto Harrassowitz. 1956. Second edition. Large octavo, original green cloth. 986 pp. From the library of mystical philosopher Charles Muses, with his notes on the rear endpapers. Very good copy.
Leipzig : F.C.W. Vogel. 1817. First edition. Octavo, contemporary marbled boards, leather spine, gilt titles. 908 pp. Three parts in One. Complete. Spine panel repaired at edges, but solid and holding nicely, corner of front flyleaf torn, some foxing. A complete and attractive c opy of a very rare book.
Leipzeig: J.C. Hinrichs. 1902. First edition. Octavo, bound in marbled paper boards with cloth spine, gilt titles. 140 pp. Knudtzon, Norwegian linguist and historian, who in this book recognizes the Hittite language as Indo-European on the basis of two letters (The zwei Arzawa-Br iefe) found in Egypt. he later published...
Wien & Peking, Siebenberg-verlag. 1941. First edition.Octavo, original purple paper-covered boards. 135 pp. Mongolian Dictionary, a rare book printed in Vienna and Peking (Beijing) in the early years of the Second World War. Slight fading to covers at spine, else a fine copy.