[b-hebrew] the dead returns
Nir cohen - Prof. Mat.
nir at ccet.ufrn.br
Tue Dec 28 19:21:20 EST 2010
my allusion to aramaic, as well as to the recitation profession, was made in the context of the masoretic texts, i.e. relevant to at least a couple of centuries later.
maybe i was missint the point of the thread, in which case you may just ignore my non-expert input.
as to your big question:
> What language was the average hebrew speaking on the streets of nazareth in 64 a.d.?
i cannot help you, but clearly some conclusion must have been reached
by the historians of this period.
On Tue, 28 Dec 2010 17:07:15 -0600, fred burlingame wrote
> the more you talk, nir ... the deeper the hole gets ... and the bigger the problem arises .... for the glory that was and is ... aramaic language ... and its advocates.
> "aramaic also fell out of favor between the greek and roman occupation, ceasing to be understood by the average jew"
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