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TV THE ARAMAIC LANGUAGE
THE FORM OF THE BIBLE
THE CANON OF SCRIPTURE
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Adiabene Akkadian aleph Alexandria Alexandrian among ancient apocryphal apostles Apostolic Fathers appears Aramaic Aramaic language Asia Minor Assyrian Authorized Version Babylonia Biblical Biblical Hebrew Bigvai book of Daniel Book of Ezra book of Revelation books of Kings Cairo Geniza called Canaanite canonical century B.C. chapter Chester Beatty papyri Christ Christian Church Codex Codex Alexandrinus Codex Sinaiticus copies Coptic covenant cuneiform script D. S. Margoliouth denote Diatessaron divine earlier early Ecclesiasticus edition Edom Egypt Elephantine English Epistle Epistle of Barnabas Esdras Eusebius extant Ezra Fathers Gemaras Geneva Bible Gospel Greek alphabet Greek language Hebrew alphabet Hebrew Bible Hebrew text Hellenistic Hexapla himself Holy inscriptions Isaiah Israel Jehovah Jerusalem Jesus Jewish Jewish Christians Jews John Josephus kaph king Lachish language later Latin Letter of Aristeas letters Lord Luke M. R. James Maccabees manuscripts Marcion Masoretic text Matthew's Bible means Mesopotamia Mishnah Moab Moabite Stone Moses Mount Gerizim Nash Papyrus Nestorian North Semitic Old Latin Old Syriac Old Testament Onkelos original ostraca Palestine Palestinian papyrus parousia Pauline epistles Pentateuch Persian Empire Peshitta Phoenician Phoenician alphabet Prayer of Manasseh prophets Psalms Rabbula Ras Shamra represent Revised Standard Version revision Roman Roman alphabet Samaria Samaritan Samaritan Pentateuch scholars script Scripture second century Semitic alphabet Semitic languages sense Septuagint Shechem Sir Frederic Kenyon Song of Songs Syriac Targum Tatian Testament Apocrypha textual textual criticism translation uncial verse vowel Vulgate word writing written YHWH