[b-hebrew] Aramaic books

Lisbeth S. Fried lizfried at umich.edu
Sun Jun 11 09:57:46 EDT 2006

Is the second edition error free, or virtually so, in your opinion?
Liz Fried

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> bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of Ken Penner
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> Subject: Re: [b-hebrew] Aramaic books
> Greenspahn actually does include a chapter each on Inscriptions, Letters,
> Sea Scrolls, Midrash, and Targums.
> I compiled a list of errors in the first edition which Greenspahn then
> into the second.
> Ken M. Penner, PhD
> > I have Alger Johns' book as well as Stevenson's little
> > grammar.  I have thought about Rosenthal and Greenspahn - but
> > each seems fairly pricey and neither has gotten good reviews
> > from what I've been able to find on Amazon.com and other places.
> >
> > Is there a grammar on Aramaic in general as opposed to only
> > biblical Aramaic (which is such a small corpus) OR Talmudic
> > Aramaic.  I realize there are many differences.
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