[b-hebrew] Aramaic - Abba
pennerkm at mcmaster.ca
Fri Jul 22 14:34:54 EDT 2005
> I can't remember my sources but I thought it was quite plain
> that in this period Aramaic had firmly supplanted the Hebrew
> language in everyday use. This is a change which commenced with
> the exile of the Jehudans in Babylonia and in the days of Ye$ua
> had already taken a firm root.
I would be very interested in the primary sources you would use to argue
this point, or even secondary literature written since the discovery of the
Dead Sea Scrolls.
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