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Aramaic or Hebrew N.T. INTERLINEAR
Thirdwoe Wrote:Janet Magiera's and the Way International version are printed in the original estrangela script, while both Bauscher and now Roth have chosen to go with the modern Hebrew script instead, which they seem to think was the original form. I don't think so. I prefer the Estrangela script,

Indeed, there is only *one* historical example of Syriac-in-"Hebrew" garshuni and that happened in the middle ages as a translation and preservation project (found in the Cairo Genizah, it was a Syriac medical text that someone was apparently trying to translate into their own dialect of Aramaic, transcribing it and then translating it). Syriac in Jesus' era was never written in anything else but early Estrangela.

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Re: Aramaic or Hebrew N.T. INTERLINEAR - by SteveCaruso - 03-02-2014, 05:14 PM

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