Seven Reprints of Scholarly Articles on Bactrian and Sogdian languages by Nicholas Sims-Williams, 1973 and 1981-84
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Sims-Williams is a professor of the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London, where he is the Research Professor of Iranian and Central Asian Studies at the Department of the Languages and Cultures of Near and Middle East. He specializes in Central Asian history, particularly the study of Sogdian and Bactrian languages.
A Note on Bactrian Syntax, Indogermanische Forschungen, 1973, pages 95-99 /// The Sogdian Sound-System and the Origins of the Uyghur Script, Journal Asiatique, 1981, pages 347 to 360 /// Sogdian Manuscript Collections: A Brief Report, Journal Asiatique, 1981, pages 31-33 /// Syro-Sogdica I: An Anonymous Homily on the Three Periods of the Solitary Life, Orientalia Christiana Periodica, 1981, pages 441-446 /// Syro-Sogdica II: A metrical Homily by Baby bar Nsibnaye "On the final evil hour," Orientalia Christiana Periodica, 1982, pages 171-176 // Some Sogdian Denominal Abstract Suffixes, Acta Orientalia 42 (1981), pages 11-19 /// The Sodgian "Rhythmic Law," Middle Iranian Studies, 1982, page 203-215
Syro-Sogdica II inscribed "With many thanks NSW (BL fragments now epuises regrettably)"
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