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Advanced Syriac Bundle

Comprised of some our best-selling books on Syriac and its writing system, the Advanced Syriac Bundle is perfect for anyone interested in the Syriac language. Whether you're a relative neophyte or a seasoned reader of Syriac texts, you'll learn from each of the volumes in the Advanced Syriac Bundle, which includes A Syriac Lexicon (hardback), Syriac Orthography (hardback), and The Syriac Dot (hardback).
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$165.90

Comprised of some our best-selling books on Syriac and its writing system, the Advanced Syriac Bundle is perfect for anyone interested in the Syriac language.  Whether you're a relative neophyte or a seasoned reader of Syriac texts, you'll learn from each of the volumes in the Advanced Syriac Bundle, which includes A Syriac Lexicon (hardback), Syriac Orthography (hardback), and The Syriac Dot (hardback).

Comprised of some our best-selling books on Syriac and its writing system, the Advanced Syriac Bundle is perfect for anyone interested in the Syriac language.  Whether you're a relative neophyte or a seasoned reader of Syriac texts, you'll learn from each of the volumes in the Advanced Syriac Bundle, which includes A Syriac Lexicon (hardback), Syriac Orthography (hardback), and The Syriac Dot (hardback).

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