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TW Th, 4. Prerequisite:

Junior

3 hrs., throughout the year.

standing.

4. Hebrew. (G.E.)

Associate Professor MARGOLIS. Second Course: Continued reading of selected portions of the Old

Testament. Text-book: Gesenius-Kautzsch, Hebrew Grammar,

Clarendon Press. 3 hrs., throughout the year. Th, 9–12. Prerequisite: Course 3. *6B. Hebrew.

Associate Professor MARGOLIS. Third Course: A thorough study of certain paragraphs of Gesenius

Kautzsch; exercises in reading unpointed texts and in transla

tion from English into Hebrew. 2 hrs., first half-year. Tu, 10–12. Primarily for Graduates. *6c. Exegetical Course.

Associate Professor MARGOLIS. Philological interpretation of Genesis. Text-book: Gunkel's

Genesis, 1901. 2 hrs., throughout the year. M, 3-5. Primarily for Graduates. 7a. Biblical Archaeology. (G.E.) Professor VOORSANGER. Lectures on the languages, customs, civil institutions, religions,

etc., of the nations and peoples of the Old Testament, with especial reference to the historical development of the religious

and political institutions of the Jewish people. 2 hrs., throughout the year. Tu, 1-3. Open to all students of the

University.

Dr. VAN KIRK.

Early Hebrew History: Genesis to Joshua.

[See History 105.] Early Hebrew History: Judges to Kings.

[See History 106.]

Dr. VAN KIRK.

COURSES IN ARAMAIC AND SYRIAC.

*10. Biblical and Targumic Aramaic.

Associate Professor MARGOLIS. Selections from the Aramaic portions of the Old Testament and

from the Targumim. Text-books: Marti's Grammatik der

bibl.-aram. Sprache; Merx, Chrestomathia Targumica. 3 hrs., second half-year. M, 11; W Th, 8. Primarily for Grad

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uates.

* Not to be given in 1903-04.

*11. Syriac.

Associate Professor MARGOLIS. Text-book: Brockelmann's Syrische Grammatik. 2 hrs., throughout the year. Tu, 11-1. Primarily for Graduates.

*12. Syriac.

Associate Professor MARGOLIS. Rapid reading of the New Testament and the Psalms, with references

to Nöldeke's Syrische Grammatik. 2 hrs., throughout the year. M, 11-1. Primarily for Graduates.

*12A. The Semitic Original of the Gospels.

Associate Professor MARGOLIS. On the basis of the works of Meyer, Lietzmann, Wellhausen,

Dalman. 2 hrs., throughout the year. Tu, 11-1. Primarily for Graduates.

COURSES IN ARABIC AND ETHIOPIC.

*13. Arabic.

Associate Professor MARGOLIS. Grammatical interpretation of selected suras, preceded by an out

line of Arabic accidence; translation from English. Text

books: Socin's Arabic Grammar; Nallino's chrestomathia corani. 2 hrs., throughout the year. Tu, 2-4. Primarily for Graduates.

*14. Arabic.

Associate Professor MARGOLIS. Rapid reading of the Koran, with references to Wright's Arabic

Grammar; unpointed texts in Brünnow's Chrestomathy. 2 hrs., throughout the year. M, 9-11. Primarily for Graduates.

*15. Arabic.

Associate Professor MARGOLIS. First half-year. Interpretation of selected portions of Baidhawi's

Commentary on the Koran. Second half-year: Interpretation

of the Maullakat (ed. Abel). 2 hrs., throughout the year. Primarily for Graduates.

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*16. Ethiopic.

Associate Professor MARGOLIS. Grammatical interpretation of the Book of Enoch, based on

Praetorius’ Aethiop. Grammatik. 1 hr., throughout the year. M, 2. Primarily for Graduates.

*Not to be given in 1903-04.

COURSES IN ASSYRIAN.

*17. Elementary Course.

Associate Professor MARGOLIS. Selected inscriptions and the syllabaries in Delitzsch's Assyrische

Lesestücke, fourth edition, on the basis of his Assyrian Grammar

and Assyrisches Handwörterbuch. 2 hrs., throughout the year. Tu, 9-11. Primarily for Graduates.

*18. Advanced Course.

Associate Professor MARGOLIS. Interpretation of the Nimrod epic in Haupt's edition.

2 hrs., throughout the year. Time to be agreed upon. Primarily

for Graduates.

SEMITIC EPIGRAPHY.

19. Semitic Epigraphy.

Associate Professor MARGOLIS. Interpretation of selected Phænician, Aramaic and South-arabic

inscriptions in the Corpus. 3 hrs., throughout the year. Tu, 9-12. For Graduates.

BIBLICAL GREEK.

20. Biblical Greek.

Associate Professor MARGOLIS. Reading of some Greek biblical text with special attention to word

meaning, preceded by an introduction setting forth the place of

biblical Greek in the history of the Greek language. 2 hrs., throughout the year. Tu Th, 1. Open to Juniors.

COPTIC. *22. Elementary Course: The Sahidic Dialect. Text-books: Steindorff, Koptische Grammatik; Ciasca, Sacrorum

Bibliorum Fragmenta Copto-Sahidica; Peyron, Lexicon. 1 hr., throughout the year. Tu, 2. Primarily for Graduates.

* Not to be given in 1903-04.

ORIENTAL LANGUAGES.

John FRYER, LL.D., Agassiz Professor of Oriental Languages and

Literatures.

WALTER N. FONG, A.B., Assistant in Chinese.
Yoshi S. KUNO, M.S., Assistant in Japanese.

In addition to the lecture and language courses given below, Professor Fryer will offer assistance to students who wish to take up other branches of study connected with China and Japan. He will also act as adviser to students coming from and going to the Orient.

Some of these Group Elective courses are accepted by the College of Commerce and other colleges as part of their regular curriculum or as substitutes for prescribed work. Graduates and undergraduates wishing to take up these Oriental studies, may therefore find it to their advantage to consult with the Dean of their college as to the arrangements that can be made in that direction,

LECTURE COURSES.

FOR GRADUATES AND UNDERGRADUATES.

1. The History of the People, Language, and Literature of China. (G.E.)

Professor FRYER. A course of lectures adapted for students in general as well as for

those who look forward to relations with the Orient. 3 hrs., first half-year. MWF, 4.

11. History of the Laws, Government and Social Condition of China. (G.E.)

Professor FRYER. A course of lectures adapted for students in general as well as for

those who look forward to relations with the Orient. 3 hrs., second half-year. MWF, 4.

1a. The Commerce of China and Japan. (G.E.)

Professor FRYER. A course of lectures on the historical and geographical features of

the commerce of China and Japan, adapted for students in

general, but particularly for those in the College of Commerce. 3 hrs., first half-year. MWF, 1.

11a. The Commerce of China and Japan. (G.E.)

Professor FRYER. A course of lectures on the economic and political features of the

commerce of China and Japan, adapted for students in general

but particularly for those in the College of Commerce. 3 hrs., second half-year. MWF, 1.

*2 The Philosophies and Religions of China. (G.E.)

Professor FRYER. A course of lectures on Confucianism and Taoism, adapted for

students in general as well as for those who look forward to

relations with the Orient. 3 hrs., first half-year. MW F, 4.

*12. The Philosophies and Religions of China. (G.E.)

Professor FRYER. A course of lectures on Buddhism, Mohammedanism, and other

religions in China, adapted for students in general as well as

for those who look forward to relations with the Orient. 3 hrs., second half-year. MWF, 4.

*124. The Philosophies and Religions of Japan. (G.E.)

Professor FRYER. A course of lectures on the principal religions and philosophies of

Ancient and Modern Japan, adapted for students in general as

well as for those who look forward to relations with the Orient. 3 hrs., first half-year. M W F, 4.

2A. Chinese Classical Literature. (G.E.) Professor FRYER. A critical study of selections from English translations of the

principal classical books of China. 1 hr., throughout the year. M, 11. Prerequisite: Junior standing.

LANGUAGE COURSES.

FOR GRADUATES AND UNDERGRADUATES.

3. Elementary Study of Kuan-hua. (G.E.) Professor FRYER. Introduction to Kuan-hua, the language spoken by the officials and about four-fifths of the population of China.

Series of progressive elementary lessons and exercises in reading, speaking,

translation, and composition. 3 hrs., throughout the year. M W F, 10. * Not to be given in 1903-04.

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