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Jean Baptiste Chabot, who produced works like Synodicon Orientale, surveys the different branches of the Aramaic Aramaic languages and their extant literature in theology, science, and history, as well as inscriptions at archaeological sites. Chabot demonstrates his expertise in the field, drawing from sources as diverse as the Samaritan Bible and the Talmud, Oriental Christianity, Babylon and Mesopotamia. Originally written in 1910, it will still be of interest to scholars in the fields of Aramaic, linguistics, Syriac studies and Eastern Christianity.

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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-011-0
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Publication Date: Feb 1,2014
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 57
Language: French
ISBN: 978-1-61143-011-0
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Jean Baptiste Chabot, who produced works like Synodicon Orientale, surveys the different branches of the Aramaic languages and their extant literature in theology, science, and history, as well as inscriptions at archaeological sites. Chabot demonstrates his expertise in the field, drawing from sources as diverse as the Samaritan Bible and the Talmud, Oriental Christianity, Babylon and Mesopotamia. Originally written in 1910, Chabot's work will still be of interest to scholars in the fields of Aramaic, linguistics, Syriac studies and Eastern Christianity.

Jean Baptiste Chabot, who produced works like Synodicon Orientale, surveys the different branches of the Aramaic languages and their extant literature in theology, science, and history, as well as inscriptions at archaeological sites. Chabot demonstrates his expertise in the field, drawing from sources as diverse as the Samaritan Bible and the Talmud, Oriental Christianity, Babylon and Mesopotamia. Originally written in 1910, Chabot's work will still be of interest to scholars in the fields of Aramaic, linguistics, Syriac studies and Eastern Christianity.

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Jean-Baptiste Chabot

  • Series Foreword (page 5)
  • Publications et Travaux (page 7)
  • Travaux Divers (page 10)
  • Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium (page 13)
  • I. (page 15)
  • II. (page 17)
  • III. (page 18)
  • IV. (page 19)
  • V. (page 22)
  • VI. (page 23)
  • VII. (page 25)
  • VIII. (page 28)
  • IX. (page 30)
  • X. (page 32)
  • XI. (page 33)
  • XII. (page 35)
  • XIII. (page 37)
  • XIV (page 39)
  • XV (page 39)
  • XVI (page 41)
  • XVII (page 42)
  • XVIII (page 54)
  • XIX (page 56)
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