[b-hebrew] Aramaic books
JSpinti at Eisenbrauns.com
Mon Jun 12 11:39:00 EDT 2006
At the risk of sounding like a blatant advertisement (but then, I here
that river in Brazil mentioned on a daily basis... )
I encourage you to download our latest Biblical Studies catalog here:
There is a whole section on Aramaic.
If that isn't enough, you could also download this one:
Starting on page 12, there is a listing of available resources.
Of course, I would love it if you ordered from us, but the listings
should at least get you started.
Marketing Director, Book Sales Division
Eisenbrauns, Good books for over 30 years
Specializing in Ancient Near Eastern and Biblical Studies
jspinti at eisenbrauns dot com
Phone: 574-269-2011 ext 226
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> Subject: Re: [b-hebrew] Aramaic books
> Hello all,
> I've been doing some reading in Aramaic and was curious about
> available resources.
> 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.
> I have a pretty good handle on Hebrew so advanced level
> resources are OK.
> Charles Meadows
> Marshall University
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