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The Physical Processes of Writing in the Early Orient and Their Relation to the Origin of the Alphabet

James Henry Breasted
The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures
Vol. 32, No. 4 (Jul., 1916), pp. 230-249
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    This discussion was presented at the New York meeting of the American Oriental Society in April, 1915.
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Alan H. Gardiner, "The Egyptian Origin of the Semitic Alphabet," Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, III, Part I (January, 1916)
    • A. E. Cowley, "The Origin of the Semitic Alphabet."
  • 3
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • H. Schaefer, "Die Vokallosigkeit des phoenicischen Alphabets," Zeitschrift für aegyptische Sprache, LII (1915), 95-98.
    • A. Reinach, Revue Epigraph., N.S., II (1914), 130-55.
  • 1
    G. Moeller, Hieratische Palaeographie, I, 4-7.
  • 1
    See Clay, Documents from the Temple Archives of Nippur, Philadelphia, 1906, pp. 17-20.
  • 2
    L. Messerschmidt, in the Orientalistische Literatur-Zeitung
  • 3
    Geographical Magazine, April, 1916
  • 1
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • See Furtwaengler, Mittheilungen des Archäologischen Instituts, VI (1881), 174f.
    • Studniczka, ibid., XI (1886), 359 f.
    • Tafel IX, 5
    • Eckhard Unger, Zum Bronzetor von Balawat, Leipzig, 1912, p. 51
  • 1
    Breasted, Ancient Records of Egypt, IV, par. 582.
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Maximilian Streck, Klio, VI (1906), 185-225
    • especially p. 221.
  • 1
    This reference contains 23 citations:
    • Botta, II, pl. 146
    • Monuments de Ninive, P1. 141
    • Tiglath- pileser IV
    • Layard, Monuments of Nineveh, I, 58
    • Patterson-Kleinmann, Photo- graphs 88-89
    • Layard, II, 19
    • Patterson, Palace of Sinacherib, 60/ 61
    • Layard, II, 29
    • Layard, II, 26
    • Patterson, Palace, 52, upper row
    • ibid., lower row
    • Layard, II, P1. 35
    • Patterson, Palace, 53/54
    • Layard, II, 36
    • Layard, II, 37 =Patterson, Palace, 17/18;
    • Layard, II, 30
    • Layard, II, 49
    • Layard, II, 50 =Patterson, Palace, 38
    • Patterson, Palace, 40/41
    • Patterson, Palace, 71/73
    • Patterson, Palace, 94/95
    • Patterson, Palace, 98, No. 28
    • Unger, Zum Bronzetor von Balawat, p. 51, and Tafel, III, 7
  • 1
    W. M. Müller in the Orientalistische Literatur-Zeitung, III, 49 if., 328.
  • 2
    This reference contains 10 citations:
    • Sayce, Transactions of the Society of Biblical Archaeology, I [1872], 343-45)
    • Nat. Hist. xiii. 22
    • Hebräische Arch⨧laologie 2, p. 184
    • Jer. 32:10 f.
    • Jer. 43:1 f.
    • Levy, Semit. Fremdw. im Griech., p. 172
    • Muss-Arnolt, Trans. Amer. Phil. Assn., XXIII, 125
    • Boisacq, Dic- tionnaire Etymol., p. 119
    • Wiesner, "Über die ältesten bis jetzt, aufgefundenen Hadernpapiere," Sitzungsber. der Kais. Akad. der Wiss. in Wien, CLXVIII
    • 5. Abh., vorgelegt 10. Mai, 1911