I. Guidi
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I. Guidi

Ignazio Guidi (1844 – 18 April 1935) was an Italian orientalist. He became Professor at the University of Rome. He is known as a Hebraist and for many translations.

He learned semitic languages from Pius Zingerle and Father Vincenti, and taught himself Ge'ez.[1]

He discovered the Khuzistan Chronicle,[2] and edited the Chronicle of Edessa.

He also edited for the first time a letter of Simeon of Beth Arsham about the martyrs of Najran, the oldest evidence for this historical event.

He was the student of the Ethiopian scholar Däbtära Keflä-Giorgis, who played a "crucial role as teacher of the person who could be described as the father of Ethiopian studies in Italy, Ignazio Guidi."[3]

Works

  • 1881: La lettera di Simeone vescovo di Bêth-Ar?âm sopra i Martiri omeriti. Roma, Salviucci.
  • 1890: Al-Istidr?k 'al? S?bawayh by Ab? Bakr al-Zubayd?. Rome.[4]
  • 1895: Il "Gadla 'Aragâwî" : memoria del socio Ignazio Guidi : letta nella seduta del 21 giugno 1891. Roma : Tip. della R. Accademia dei Lincei.
  • 1897: Il Fetha Nagast o "Legislazione dei Ref", Codice ecclesiastico e civile di Abissinia pubblicato da Ignazio Guidi. Roma: Casa editr. italiana.
  • 1900: (with: Rudolf-Ernst Brünnow, et al.) Tables alphabétiques du Kitâb al-a?ânî ... Leiden, E.J. Brill.
  • 1901: (with: Francesco Gallina & Enrico Cerulli) Vocabolario amarico-italiano. Roma: Casa Editrice Italiana.
  • 1903: Chronica minora. 2 vols. (Corpus scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium) Lipsiae: Harrassowitz.
  • 1903: Annales Iohannis I, Iy?su I, Bak?ff?. Parisiis : E Typographeo Reipublicae.
  • 1931: Storia della letteratura etiopica

References

Notes

  1. ^ http://www.sissco.it//index.php?id=597, in Italian.
  2. ^ http://www.quicklatin.comhttp://www.popflock.com/learn?s=index.php?s=The_Khuzistan_Chronicle[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ Zewde., Bahru (2002). Pioneers of change in Ethiopia : the reformist intellectuals of the early twentieth century. Oxford: J. Currey. ISBN 0821414461. OCLC 50004835.
  4. ^ Zubayd? (al-), Mu?ammad ibn al-?asan (1890). Guidi, Ignazio (ed.). Kit?b al-Istidr?k 'al? S?bawayh (in Arabic). Rome.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)

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