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Middle Iranian

adj.
Of or relating to any of the Iranian languages, such as Pahlavi or Khotanese, spoken from about the first to the tenth century ad in areas of western and central Asia.
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Its author is one of the most prominent scholars of Middle Iranian languages and literatures in general and of Sogdian in particular.
com Assistant professor of Ancient and Middle Iranian Languages and Linguistics, Cultures.
The 33 contributions thus are geared towards Emmerick's predominant scholarly interests: primarily Middle Iranian languages and texts, as well as some Old and New Iranian languages and texts.
In the first third of this monograph concerned with linguistic borrowings from Iranian languages into Classical Syriac (a literary and liturgical Aramaic dialect attested from the first to thirteenth century CE) discusses features of Syriac and various historical moments of contact between the language and Old and Middle Iranian languages, Parthian, Greek, and Middle Persian.