Rudolf Macúch

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Rudolf Macúch (Bzince pod Javorinou-Dolné Bzince, Slovakia 16 October 1919-Berlin, 24 July 1993)[1] was a Slovak Protestant theologian and expert on Mandaean language and Samaritan language.[2] From 1963–1988 he taught semitic and Arabic languages at the Institut für Semitistik und Arabistik, Frei Universität, Berlin.[3]

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  1. ^ "Und das Leben ist siegreich!": Rudolf Macuch, Rainer Maria Voigt - 2008 - 286 pages "And Life is Victorious" Mandaean and Samaritan Literature - In Memory of Rudolf Macuch (1919-1993) Maria Macuch, p9 Rudolf Macuch was born on a sunny day on the 16th of October 1919 in a little village called Dolnie Bzince in Slovakia ...
  2. ^ Zborník Filozofickej fakulty Univerzity Komenského. Graecolatina ...: Volumes 23-24 1991 - 166 pages Rudolf Macuch has become well known for his monumental works on Mandaean and Samaritan linguistics. ... Graduated from the Slovak Protestant Theological Faculty in Bratislava (1943), Rudolf Macuch was ordained and served for some time
  3. ^ [ Prof. PhDr. Rudolf Macúch slovenský semitológ, íránista, jazykovedec, univerzitný profesor]