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Title Canaanite in Cuneiform
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Canaanite in Cuneiform
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1 && !$last)}" aria-hidden="false">Cuneiform texts written by Canaanite scribes exhibit, besides the outright substitution of Canaanite words for Akkadian ones, a variety of features that blend Canaanite and Akkadian morphology and grammar. Von Dassow explains how the Canaanite scribes' use of cuneiform might have worked. He also explores the question of how the Canaano-Akkadian writing system might have developed, based on the evidence of cuneiform texts found in Canaan, in particular those that may reflect writing instruction.
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1 && !$last)}" aria-hidden="false">#Pidgins
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1 && !$last)}" aria-hidden="false">#cuneiform writing
1 && !$last)}" aria-hidden="false">#Akkadian language
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1 && !$last)}" aria-hidden="false">#Northwest Semitic languages
1 && !$last)}" aria-hidden="false">#Ancient civilizations of the near east
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