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Interesting Titles (Part II)
Shlama Akhay,

If you can't afford George Kiraz' work that aligns the Peshitta, Sinaiticus, Curetonian, and Harklean texts, this is one way you might want to go...

Bonus, Alberto. Collatio Codices Lewisiani Rescripti. 1896. 105 large pp. Collation of the Sinaitic, Curetonian and Peshitto Syriac versions in parallel columns. Introduction, notes. #1276. $20.

Even though this one was written in 1922, I'm sure akhan Paul would appreciate the title! <!-- sBig Grin --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/happy.gif" alt="Big Grin" title="Happy" /><!-- sBig Grin -->

Burney, C. F. The Aramaic Origin of the Fourth Gospel. 1922. 176 pp. #1283. $20.

Some more oldies that appear to favor our cause...

Dalman, Gustav. Jesus-Jeshua. 1929. 270 pp. The Gospels in light of Aramaic. #1289. $25.

Dalman, Gustav. The Words of Jesus. 1909. 364 pp. Suggests an original Aramaic text of the Gospels. #1290. $30.

De Lagarde, Paul. Bibliothecae Syriacae. 1892. 404 large pp. A large collection of manuscript fragments of the Syriac Bible and Syro-Hexapla, with critical apparatus. #1291. $40.

Elliott, William. Tatian’s Dia Tessaron and the Modern Critics. ND. 171 pp. 1292. $20. ????

Etheridge, J. W. Horae Aramaicae. 1843. 247 pp. Study of Biblical Syriac, with selected translations. #1293. $25.

Hoskier, H. C. Concerning the Genesis of the Versions of the New Testament. 1910. 2 vols: 469, 423 pp. Especially the Old Latin and Syriac, in order to clarify the early transmission of the true text. #1312. $70.

Hmmm...sounds interesting...but which text is he calling the true one?!?!?

If only I could have 'cut my teeth' on books like this one when I was a wee, small tike or even in high school!

James, J. Courtenay. The Language of Palestine and Adjacent Regions. 1929. 300 pp. An important work on Semitic languages related to Hebrew. #1314. $30.

You're not going to believe this title!...

Marriott, R. A. Arabic the Language of Christ, and the True Sight of Calvary and of the Holy Sepulcre. ND. 64 pp. #1324. $20. Sheesh!

Or how about this one to brighten up your day just a little... <!-- sSmile --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/smile.gif" alt="Smile" title="Smile" /><!-- sSmile -->

Naville, Edouard. Archeology of the Old Testament: Was the Old Testament Written in Hebrew? 1913. 224 pp. Argues that it was written in Babylonian, not Hebrew. #1334. $25.

I've heard that the Mesopotamian cuneiform tablets in the British Museum are very ancient...wonder if that's what this guy is hinting at!?!? Anyway, I thought the forum folks might appreciate some of these!

Shlama w'Burkate, Larry Kelsey

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