Biblical Hebrew and Classical Aramaic | The Arizona Center for Judaic Studies

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Biblical Hebrew and Classical Aramaic

BIBLICAL HEBREW

Beth Alpert Nakhai,  Associate Professor
J. Edward Wright, Director
and The J. Edward Wright
Endowed Professor of Judaic Studies

CLASSICAL ARAMAIC

J. Edward Wright, Director
and The J. Edward Wright
Endowed Professor of Judaic Studies

BIBLICAL HEBREW

Biblical Hebrew will teach you basic grammar and syntax of the Hebrew Bible and how to translate narrative prose. You will also gain some experience in translating poetic texts.

CLASSICAL ARAMAIC

Classical Aramaic emphasizes grammar and reading comprehension and covers the fundamentals of Standard Literary or Imperial Aramaic grammar, the place of Aramaic within the Semitic languages, and introduces you to texts written in different Aramaic dialects.

 

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