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    Perhaps this is already known, but I made extensive use of it recently and found it quite useful.

    Mark S. Smith has a 175 page bibliography of Ugaritic and Biblical Hebrew Grammar, organized in a very detailed and useful fashion.

    It's available in .doc, .rtf, and .pdf format on
    http://oi.uchicago.edu/OI/DEPT/RA/bibs/BH-Ugaritic.html

    Ben

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    Ben:

    Yes that is a great resource, one which I've also had bound at Kinko's along with Pardee's review of Tropper. Do you have any idea when Cohen's Ugaritic lexicon is going to be published? DOL is so full of mistakes and it sure doesn't tip its hand to NW Semitic. Also, do you have any idea when Pardee is supposed to publish the most recent cache of tablets?

    Any new news on BW7 except that Tov's database and LSJ will be included?

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    Do you have any idea when Cohen's Ugaritic lexicon is going to be published?
    None.

    Also, do you have any idea when Pardee is supposed to publish the most recent cache of tablets?
    No, but he goes to France several times a year to work on them. He did just publish a new 2-volume handbook with Pierre Bordreuil, but I believe most of the texts contained therein are already published. It comes with a CD-rom of text photos and hand-copies. We used it last year to read out of. It's quite handy, provided that you read French.
    https://www.eisenbrauns.com/ECOM/_1OE167SXD.HTM
    https://www.eisenbrauns.com/ECOM/_1OE1697GT.HTM

    I guess it's not cheap, either.

    Any new news on BW7 except that Tov's database and LSJ will be included?
    Here's your latest on BW7 from Mike himself.
    http://bibleworks.com/forums/showthr...?t=1109&page=2
    Ben

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