An Aramaic Handbook
|editor(s): ||Rosenthal, Franz|
|contributor(s): ||Contributions by Ben-Hayyim, Z / Black, M / Dupont-Sommer, A;|
|volume: ||Part 10.1|
|pages/dimensions: ||XII, 70 pages, 1 Schrifttaf.|
|binding: ||Book (Paperback)|
|edition: ||1. Auflage|
|publishing date: ||01.01.1967|
|prices: ||22,00 Eur[D] / 22,70 Eur[A]|
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This Handbook contains text selections and glossaries for thirteen Aramaic dialects from the earliest times down to the present. Its purpose is to enable the student of any one Aramaic dialect to become acquainted with other Aramaic dialects and to stimulate the comparative study of the Aramaic language during its long and diverse history.
The contributors and the dialects represented are: Ancient Aramaic Monumental Inscriptions (A. Dupont-Sommer); Aramaic Texts from Achaemenid Times (F. Rosenthal); Biblical Aramaic (H.L. Ginsberg, includes all the Aramaic texts of the Bible); Palmyrene-Hatran-Nabataean (H. Ingholt); Jewish Palestinian Aramaic (Y.E. Kutscher); Samaritan (Z. Ben-Hayyim); Palestinian Syriac (M. Black); Syriac (R. Köbert); Babylonian Talmudic (Y.E. Kutscher), Mandaic (R. Macuch); The Aramaic Dialect of Maʿlūla (A. Spitaler); Eastern Neo-Aramaic: Urmi and Zakho (H. J. Polotsky); Ṭûrôyo (Ṭôrânî, H. Ritter).