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David G.K. Taylor

David Taylor is University Lecturer in Aramaic and Syriac at the University of Oxford.

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Studies in the Early Text of the Gospels and Acts

The Papers of the First Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament
Edited by David G.K. Taylor
Series: Texts and Studies 1
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0242-2
Eleven papers from the First Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament, examining aspects of the Textus Receptus, the ‘Pre-Johannine Text’ of the Gospel, the ratings system in the United Bible Societies’ Greek New Testament and the application of probability theory to textual transmission, as well as surveys of non-continuous papyrus witnesses to the New Testament and the Dura-Europos Gospel Harmony, alongside studies of variation in the form of the Beatitudes and the location of Emmaus.
$57.00

Syriac Books Printed at the Dominican Press, Mosul

With an appendix containing the Syriac books printed at the Chaldean Press, Mosul
Series: Gorgias Handbooks 14
ISBN: 978-1-60724-104-1
Since the 1850s until the outbreak of World War I, the Dominican Press in Mosul, Iraq, produced scholarly, liturgical, and pedagogical publications to service the local Christian communities. These hard to find publications have now been cataloged in detail by J. F. Coakley and David G. K. Taylor.
$27.00

Foundations for Syriac Lexicography I

Colloquia of the International Syriac Language Project
ISBN: 1-59333-138-X
This volume is the first in a series of collected essays that addresses issues of Syriac linguistics as they relate to a contemporary approach to lexicography. The international team of authors invited to participate represents a wide range of disciplines and opens new horizons in lexical thinking. Special emphasis is placed on the role that technology has, does, and will play in the evolving field of lexicography.
$53.40

The Hidden Pearl

Vol. 1: The Ancient Aramaic Heritage
ISBN: 1-931956-99-5-1
Aramaic, the language of Jesus of Nazareth, was the lingua franca of the Middle East for over a thousand years before Arabic became widespread. During the time of the Achaemenid Persian Empire it became the official language of the state, and was in use from Afghanistan to western Iran to the Mediterranean and down to the south of Egypt. This volume tells the story of the transition of Aramaic from its humble beginnings in the first millennium B.C. to its height as a truly international language. Includes both color and black and white illustrations.
$50.00