ButhFam at compuserve.com
Tue Oct 31 17:07:23 EST 2000
Well, since no one is mentioning Greenspahn (?), 1999, I'll add it.
It also includes a few texts from Qumran and JPA.
A class would be better off using E. Qimron (Jerusalem: mosad bialik,
1996?). However, the later requires good Hebrew.
On rosenthal, his morphology is good but his linguistic feel is,
well ... how do you say it politely?
He suggests that Biblical Aramaic is basically Object-Verb-Subject.
It isn't, of course.
Randall Buth, PhD
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