Studia Aramaica: New Sources and New Approaches : Papers Delivered at the London Conference of the Institute of Jewish Studies University College London 26th-28th June 1991

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Markham J. Geller, Jonas Carl Greenfield, Michael Weitzman
Oxford University Press, 1995 - Literary Criticism - 262 pages
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This volume represents the latest work by leading scholars in the field of Aramaic studies. The contributions range over the entire Aramaic era, from the earliest Persian period of the fifth century B.C.E. to Babylonian Aramaic of the fifth century C.E, offering new insights into the language and texts of the Hellenistic and Byzantine Near East.

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Markham Geller is at Hebrew University, Jerusalem. J. C. Greenfield is at University College, London.

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