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In a previous issue of Aramaic Studies , I published a Judaeo-Syriac medical fragment from the Cairo Genizah (S. Bhayro, ‘A Judaeo-Syriac Medical Fragment from the Cairo Genizah’, Aramaic Studies 10 (2012), pp. 153–172.). I present here a revised edition with brief notes, as well as two brief...
The article analyzes the Aramaic component and Aramaisms embedded in the first hand’s stage of the Arabic column of Ms. BL OR 7562 (c. 1300), 1 which mainly conveys a Samaritan version of Saadya Gaon’s translation of the Pentateuch. While Aramaic words are known to feature in all versions of...
Whereas many North-Eastern Neo-Aramaic ( nena ) dialects exhibit two rhotic (R-) phonemes, mostly an alveolar / r / as opposed to an emphatic alveolar / ṛ /, a striking feature related to rhotic differentiation, hitherto attested only in the Christian nena dialect of Bariṭle, is a threefold...
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