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Ugaritic Abounds!

November 10, 2009

Wonderful posts on Ugaritic abound.

Karyn Traphagen at Boulders 2 Bits has a nifty Ugaritic Transliteration Bookmark. She recommends keeping it handy when using the Inscriptifact database. I concure and suggest also using it with Pardee and Bordreuil’s  A Manuel of Ugaritic.

Hardy at Daily Hebrew has put forth a yeoman’s effort and posted a massive Ugaritic-Hebrew Bibliography. This is a wonderful resource and I highly recommend it.

Bibliographical Bonus: Along the lines of the last resource, here is a link to Chiara Peri’s bibliography for Poemi Ugaritici Della Regalità: I Poemi Di Keret E Di Aqhat.


  1. November 10, 2009 12:34 pm

    Thank you for the plug. I am glad the Ugaritic bookmark is useful. I am also grateful for the other resources you pointed out!

  2. November 11, 2009 11:53 am

    THANKS for the resources (the bookmarks will be very hand to have as well as the other links)! I’m actually in the middle of taking a directed study in Ugaratic under Gus Konkel (Providence Theological Seminary) and look forward to continuing to learn and study Ugaritic.


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