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The Babylonian and Oriental Record, Vol. 1 free pdf Excerpt from The Babylonian and Oriental Record, Vol. 1 The population speaking the Akkado-Sumerian dialects may have been of Turanian origin, through the monumental evidences, far from being conclusive in favour of a mongoloid type, suggests more an hybrid type than any other of a pure race. So that would not prelude the possibility, when coming down to the vicinity of the Persian Gulf, of their having adopted a language different from their phonesis, vocabulary and morphology. 4. Therefore the interesting problems, historical and linguistic, of the genealogy of Akkadian and Sumerian, still remain unsolved, and must so continue, as long as the important grammatical question which their solution implies is left unanswered and open. And it cannot be answered but by a special study of Comparative Ideology, in the department of which is the point at issue. 5. This new branch of the science of language is concerned with the world-order in the sentence- it proves that languages are respectively built according to a few different plans of thought, and the grammar, though with greater difficulty than any other part of a language, does evolve, mix and change under the pressure or intermingling of another language having a different ideology. In a special work I have ventured to show that it is a most important factor for ethnological research, genealogical classification of languages, and the history of the human mind. In order to reduce its difficult management to a minimum and make it practical, I make use of the following formulae of Arabic and Roman figures which, with five figures. (four Arabic for the separate points of word-order, and one Roman for the sentence arrangements), permit the ideology of any language to be notated in its main lines: - 1, genitive noun - 2, noun genitive-- 3, adjective noun - 4, noun adjective-- 5, object verb - 6, verb object-- 7, verb subject - 8, subject verb-- I, object subject verb - II, obj. verb subject-III, verb obj. subj. - IV, verb subj. obj.V, subj. obj. verb - VI, subj. verb obj. 6. The Ideology Indices of the Akkadian, 5, 8, I, are rather complex, and those of Sumerian dialect, supposed to be of later date, 2, 4, 5, 8, V, show, in comparison with the other, an ongoing or regressive evolution of the language which it is important to examine carefully. Both are hybrid formulae, and suggest an intermingled influence of languages of different linguistic formations. 7. The first two points of ideology in Akkadian, 3, for the positions, postpositive and prepositive, of the genitive and adjective, require to be explained away. The four positions, noun adjective, adjective noun, genitive noun, and noun genitive, do not appear equally in the ancient texts. The preposition of the genitive to the noun is found in group - characters which have remained undisturbed when the indirect ideology, in accordance with which their composition had been framed, was no longer in use. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully- any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works."

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Author : Unknown Author
Publisher : Forgotten Books
Data Published : 27 September 2015
ISBN : 133093959X
EAN : 9781330939598
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Number of Pages : 246 pages
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    . Excerpt from The Babylonian and Oriental Record, Vol. 1 The population speaking the Akkado-Sumerian dialects may have been of Turanian origin, through the monumental evidences, far from being conclu