From Glossing Ancient Languages
Glossing Ancient Languages
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- General glossing rules and recommendations (alignment, punctuation)
- Recommended glossing abbreviations
Specific recommendations for different languages
- Glossing Akkadian: Form examples and hints.
- Ancient Egyptian
- Glossing Ancient Greek: Form examples (in preparation) and hints.
- Glossing Hittite: Form examples and hints.
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- Examples of glossed Akkadian texts
- Examples of glossed Ancient Egyptian texts
- Examples of glossed Ancient Greek texts
- Examples of glossed Hittite texts
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