Les écritures anciennes de la Méditerranée

Guide critique des ressources électroniques



  1. L. Costaz (1986) Dictionnaire syriaque-français/Syriac-English Dictionary Dar el-Machreq, Beirut (fra)
  2. L. Van Rompay (1994) Some Preliminary remarks on the Origins of Classical Syriac as a Standard Language - The Syriac Version of Eusebius of Caesarea's Ecclesiastical History in G. Goldenberg, S. Raz (edd.), Semitic and Cushitic Studies Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden pp. 70-89 (eng)
  3. S. E. Fox (1994) The Relationships of the Eastern Neo-Aramaic Dialects in Journal of the American Oriental Society Vol. 114 pp. 154-162 (eng)
  4. R. Contini (1995) Hypothèses sur l'araméen manichéen in Annali di Ca' Foscari Vol. 34 N. 3 pp. 65-107 (ita)
  5. C. Brockelmann (1995) Lexicon Syriacum Georg Olms, Hildesheim (lat)
  6. T. Muraoka (1997) Classical Syriac. A Basic Grammar with a Crestomathy, with a Select Bibliography Compiled by S. P. Brock Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden (eng)
  7. T. Noeldeke (2001) Compendious Syriac Grammar. With a table of characters by Julius Euting. Translated from the second and improved German edition by James A. Crichton. And with an Appendix: The handwritten additions in Theodor Nöldeke's personal copy, edited by Anton Scha Eisenbrauns, Winnona Lake Indiana (eng)
  8. D.G.K. Taylor (2002) Bilingualism and Diglossia in Syria and Mesopotamia in J. N. Adams, M. Janse, S. Swain (edd.) Bilingualism in Ancient Society. Language Contact and the Written Text Oxford University Press, Oxford pp. 289-331 (eng)
  9. L. Costaz (2003) Grammaire syriaque Dar el-Machreq, Beirut (fra)
  10. J. Healey (2005) Leshono Suryoyo. First Studies in Syriac Gorgias Press, Piscataway NJ (eng)
  11. R. Payne-Smith (2007) Thesaurus syriacus, 3 voll. Gorgias Press, Piscataway NJ (eng)