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  • [Info] The Pentateuch, its Languages and its Characters: A Treatise Upon the Original Language and the Early Translations of the Pentateuch into Greek and Aramaic (Chicago: Bloch and Co., 1894), by Michael Levi Rodkinson

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Filed under: Bible. Pentateuch -- CommentariesFiled under: Bible. Pentateuch -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. Filed under: Bible. Pentateuch -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. -- HistoryFiled under: Bible. Pentateuch -- Criticism, interpretation, etc., JewishFiled under: Bible. Pentateuch -- Sermons Filed under: Bible -- Language, style Filed under: Aramaic language -- Dialects -- Grammar Filed under: Aramaic language -- Dialects -- Iraq -- Zākhū -- TextsFiled under: Syriac language, Modern -- Dialects Filed under: Aramaic language -- Dictionaries -- English Filed under: Aramaic language -- Foreign words and phrases -- GreekFiled under: Aramaic language -- Inflection
  • [Info] The Analytical Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon: Consisting of an Alphabetical Arrangement of Every Word and Inflection Contained in the Old Testament Scriptures, Precisely as They Occur in the Sacred Text, With a Grammatical Analysis of Each Word, and Lexicographical Illustration of the Meanings (London: S. Bagster and Sons, 1848), by Benjamin Davidson
Filed under: Aramaic language -- ReadersFiled under: Aramaic language -- Texts Filed under: Syriac language, Palestinian -- TextsFiled under: Bible -- Parables Filed under: Jesus Christ -- ParablesFiled under: Bible. Old Testament -- ParablesFiled under: Bible as literatureFiled under: Metaphor in the Bible
  • [Info] Tropologia: A Key to Open Scripture Metaphors, in Four Books; To Which Are Prefixed, Arguments to Prove the Divine Authority of the Holy Bible, Together With Types of the Old Testament (1858), by Benjamin Keach
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