Grammatik des Biblisch-Aramäischen Mit einer Kritischen Erorterung der Aramaischen Worter Im Neuen Testament.

Kautzsch, Emil.

Book ID: 31495


8vo. viii, 181 pp., German text with some Aramaic, original wrappers, slightly worn round edges, professionally repaired with new spine, occasional spotting, otherwise copy in good condition, from the library of Dr GHA Juynboll, Verlag von F C Vogel, Leipzig, 1884.


A critical study of the Aramaic words in the New Testament by Emil Friedrich Kautzsch (1841 – 1910) was a German Hebrew scholar and biblical critic. He was educated at Leipzig, in whose theological faculty he was appointed privatdocent (1869) and professor (1871). Subsequently he held chairs at Basel (1872-80) and Tübingen (1880-88) and received a professorship at Halle in 1888.
Kautzsch traveled to Ottoman Palestine in 1876, and he became one of the founding members of the Palestine Exploration Society of Germany the following year. He was also one of the editors of the Theologische Studien und Kritiken, beginning in 1888.

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