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Hans Jakob Polotsky (Hebrew: הנס יעקב פולוצקי; also Hans Jacob Polotsky, Hans Jakob Polotzky; 13 September 1905 – 10 August 1991) was an Israeli orientalist, linguist.
Polotsky was born in Zürich, Switzerland, as the son of a Russian Jewish couple. He grew up in Berlin and studied Egyptology and Semitics at the universities of Berlin and Göttingen.
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Items related to Studies Presented to Hans Jakob Polotsky. Book Description Eisenbrauns, 1981. Condition: Used: Acceptable. ISBN 13: 9780960560806.
Polotsky now The reception of Polotskyian theories today. East Gloucester, Mass: Pirtle & Polson.
Hans Jakob Polotsky (Hebrew: הנס יעקב פולוצקי ; also Hans Jacob Polotsky, Hans Jakob Polotzky; 13 September 1905 – 10 August 1991) was an Israeli orientalist, linguist, and . Last updated April 06, 2019
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Pirtle & Polson, pp. 1–20. Summary: There is much talk in Modern Greek Grammar about a subjunctive because forms like χάσω, when preceded by νά, have functions reminiscent of the subjunctive in Ancient Greek. By extrapolation, χάνω is said to serve as subjunctive too, beside its indicative function, because with νά it too behaves like a subjunctive.
Polotsky, Festschrift (ed. Young, D., Studies presented to . East Gloucester, Mass. Israel Academy, Studies in the footsteps of Polotsky's work (on the occasion of his 80th birthday), with contributions by Goldenberg, Groll and Rosén, Jerusalem, 1985–1987 (in Hebrew). Shisha-Halevy, . In Memoriam Hans Jakob Polotsky, Orientalia, 1992/1993. Ullendorff, Edward, The Two Zions (esp. pp. 81–6 and index), Oxford, 1988. Obituaries in The Times (Ullendorff, ) of 14/8/91; The Independent (.
Born in Zurich to Russian parents, Polotsky attended the universities of Berlin and Goettingen, studying Egyptology and Semitics. Source for information on Apolotsky, Hans Jacob: Encyclopaedia Judaica dictionary. While at Goettingen he was employed at the "Septuaginta Unternehmen," in connection with Greek, Coptic, Syriac, and Arabic material. These texts brought him into contact with Turkish (and Iranian) dialects.
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Publisher: Eisenbrauns; Limited first edition edition (April 1, 1981)
Pages: 571 pages