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Curetonian Manuscript better than the Peshitta?
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This is an interesting thought when you come to think of it, akhay! For instance, akhi Paul pointed out in one of his posts that Baklava was a Turkish pastry before it was a Grecian pastry if I remember correctly. I was flipping through my Random House College Dictionary and it has "(a) Middle Eastern pastry made of many layers of paper-thin dough with a filling, usually of honey and ground nuts."
For some really thought-provoking material along these lines, check out this link--
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