Gordon, Cyrus H. Ugaritic Textbook: Grammar, Texts in Transliteration, Cuneiform Selections, Glossary, Index (Analecta Orientalia 38). Rome: Pontifical Biblical Institute, 1965 & 1956. First Edition.
Bound in three cloth bindings, 9 1/2 x 11 inches. XVI, 1-158; 159-346, 1-31; 347-556, VIII, 1-73 (2) clean pp. Ex Bible college library with the usual extras. Good. Hardcover. 
Cyrus Herzi Gordon (1908-2001) "was an American author, teacher, linguist, field archaeologist, cryptanalyst and scholar of Near Eastern cultures and ancient languages. He challenged traditional theories about Greek and Hebrew cultures by claiming that these were derived from a common second millenium East Mediterranean foundation." - wikipedia.
Ugaritic is an extinct dialect of the Amorite language (and the only known Amorite dialect preserved in writing) known through the Ugaritic texts discovered by French archaeologists in 1929. It is known almost only in the Ugarit texts found in the ruined city of Ugarit (modern Ras Shamra, Syria). It has been used by scholars of the Hebrew Bible to clarify Biblical Hebrew texts and has revealed ways in which the cultures of ancient Israel and Judah found parallels in the neighboring cultures. Ugaritic has been called "the greatest literary discovery from antiquity since the deciphering of the Egyptian hieroglyphs and Mesopotamian cuneiform". - wikipedia.