Ossetische Sprachlehre: Nebst Einer Abhandlung Über Das Mingrelische, Suanische Und Abchasische (Ossetian Grammar: Along with a Treatise on the Mingrelian, Svan and Abkhazian)
Author: Georg Rosen
Place of Publication: Berlin, Germany
Publisher: Lemgo und Dermold
Number of Pages: 84
German Orientalist Georg Rosen's (1820/1–1891) this work is about the structure of the Ossetian language. The book included also a short grammatical review of the Abkhazian, Mingrelian and Svan speeches.
Georg Rosen | Georg Friedrich Wilhelm (24 September 1820/1 – 29 October 1891 in Detmold) was a German (Lippe/Prussian) Orientalist and diplomat. He studied in Berlin and Leipzig. From 1844, he was a dragoman at the Prussian embassy in Constantinople. From 1853 he was the Prussian consul in Jerusalem, and from 1867 Consul General of the North German Confederation from 1871 of the German Empire, in Beograd. In 1875, Rosen returned to Detmold in Lippe.
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