A grammar of the Aramaic idiom contained in the Babylonian Talmud with constant reference to Gaonic literature by Caspar Levias

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Statementby C. Levias
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Paginationvi, 255 p.
Number of Pages255
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A GRAMMAR OF THE ARAMAIC IDIOM CONTAINED IN THE BABYLONIAN TALMUD. BY PROFESSOR C. LEVIAS, Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, O. PREFACE. The literature on the grammar of the idiom of the Babylo- nian Talmud is very scanty.

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[Caspar Levias]. Book Notices In the introduction, after a couple of paragraphs on the various ancient names of these dialects, the author gives a conspectus of the extant remains of the different branches of Jewish Aramaic — Judean, Galilean, Babylonian, and A grammar of the Aramaic idiom contained in the Babylonian Talmud book later artificial, mixed type — together with the modern literature on each.

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edited from the author's manuscript by the reverend j. barton turner formerly, student of. A Grammar of the Aramaic Idiom Contained in the Babylonian Talmud The Babylonian Talmud, or, more precisely, the Babylonian Gemärå, was committed to writing about A.

D., but did. Klein, Hyman, An Introduction to the Aramaic of the Babylonian Talmud: London ; Kutscher, Eduard Yechezkel, Hebrew and Aramaic Studies, ed.

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Margolis, Grammar of the Aramaic Language of the Babylonian Talmud with a Chrestomathy, Munich, "Grammar for Gemara and Targum Onkelos: an Introduction to Aramaic, by Yitzhak Frank, is an exceptional resource for those wishing to read, learn, and translate the Talmud Bavli or Targum Onkelos.

It is the standard for Jewish Babylonian Aramaic grammars, comparable in calibre to the leading Latin and Greek ones. The language, excepting the legal paragraphs and the quotations of the older scholars and Palestinian rabbis, is that of the East Aramaic dialect of Babylonia (cf.

Levias, "A Grammar of the Aramaic Idiom contained in the Babylonian Talmud", Cincinnati, ; M.L. Margolis, "Grammatik des babylonischen Talmuds", Munich, ). A Grammar of the Aramaic Idiom Contained in the Babylonian Talmud: With Constant Reference to Gaonic Babylonian Talmud is written partly in Hebrew and partly in Aramaic.

The latter is a dialect of upper Babylonia, still spoken in the eleventh century,' and is closely akin to the Mandaic. The Babylonian Talmud, or, more precisely.

A Grammar of the Aramaic Idiom Contained in the Babylonian Talmud With Constant Reference to Gaonic Literature. A Grammar of the Aramaic Idiom Contained in the Babylonian - jstor. I would recommend a few different texts. Chiefly, since you are looking for something basic and fundamental, I would encourage you to check out Yitzhak Frank, Grammar for Gemara and Targum Onkelos (Jerusalem, ).

He goes into detail as regards the relationship of different Aramaic dialects to one another, their relationship with Hebrew (Biblical and Mishnaic) and presents a basic grammar.

Grammar of Biblical Aramaic, by Franz Rosenthal Grammar of Palestinian Jewish Aramaic, by William Stevenson A Short Grammar of Biblical Aramaic, by Alger Johns A Grammar of Galilean Aramaic, by Caspar Levias A Grammar of the Aramaic Idiom Contained in the Babylonian Talmud, With Constant Reference to Gaonic Literature, by Caspar Levias.

A Grammar of Babylonian Aramaic. (in Hebrew). Magnes Press. Levias, C. A Grammar of the Aramaic Idiom contained in the Babylonian Talmud. Cincinnati: The Bloch Publishing and Printing Company. Margolis, M.M. A Manual of the Aramaic Language of the Babylonian Talmud.

Munich: C.H. Beck. Biblical and Imperial Aramaic Edit. Complete contents the Jewish Encyclopedia. - Phrase search: "names of god" - Exclude terms: "names of god" -zerah - Volume/Page. A grammar of the Aramaic idiom contained in the Babylonian Talmud: with constant reference to gaonic literature / (Cincinnati: Bloch, ), by Caspar Levias (page images at HathiTrust) Aramäische Papyrus und Ostraka aus einer jüdischen Militär-Kolonie zu Elephantine.

The book is designed to appeal to readers of all backgrounds, including those with no prior background in Babylonian Aramaic or the Babylonian Talmud.

The discussion frequently makes reference to parallels in other Semitic languages and in other Aramaic. His main interest, however, was Semitic philology and grammar, about which he contributed numerous articles to scholarly journals. His chief works were the pioneer study A Grammar of the Aramaic Idiom Contained in the Babylonian Talmud, and a Hebrew book on the same subject, Dikduk Aramit Bavlit.

8 As is customary in the Babylonian Talmud (C. Levias, A Grammar of the Aramaic Idiom Contained in the Bablyonian Talmud, Cincinnati, – henceforth abbreviated: Levias; p 26). 9 In the Cambridge ms, this phenomenon is found more often. 10 In the Sultzbach printing it is written in these places as.רוויה.

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