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Purchase the Peshitta online!

Jun-08-2001 at 04:38 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

Shlama l'Kulhon Mhaimneh b'Mshikha,

The Peshitta is now available for purchase online directly from this link:

http://www.assyrianmarket.com/fromaschurof.html

This printed edition is in the Swadaya script (very similar to Estrangelo) with the vowel points included. Also included are the five disputed books drawn from Syriac Orthodox manuscripts (the Peshitto edition.)


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1. RE: Purchase the Peshitta online!

Oct-24-2001 at 12:25 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Shlama Akhi Paul,


>Shlama l'Kulhon Mhaimneh b'Mshikha,
>
>The Peshitta is now available for
>purchase online directly from this
>link:
>
>http://www.assyrianmarket.com/fromaschurof.html


Honestly, I can't see any inform from that site, Does it change?

Thank you.


Rudolf

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2. Ooops.....

Oct-24-2001 at 12:30 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Looks like they changed the address, here is the new one:

http://www.assyrianmarket.com/Music.htm?mid=4390053&catid=34904&catname=ASSYRIAN%20CHURCH%20OF%20THE%20EAST&cattree=%2D%7C%2D%20SHOPPING%20%2D%7C%2D%3E0

Be sure to get the "Bible in Old Aramaic" and not the "Neo-Assyrian" one. The latter is in modern Neo-Aramaic (also called Neo-Assyrian)

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3. RE: Ooops.....

Oct-26-2001 at 02:54 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Shlama Akhi Younan,

>This printed edition is in the Swadaya script
>(very similar to Estrangelo) with the vowel >points included. Also included are the five >disputed books drawn from Syriac Orthodox >manuscripts (the Peshitto edition.)

>Be sure to get the "Bible
>in Old Aramaic" and not
>the "Neo-Assyrian" one. The
>latter is in modern Neo-Aramaic
>(also called Neo-Assyrian)


1.Is the Bible in Old Aramaic contain the vowel sign of Eastern Aramaic?
2.Is the Bible in Old Aramaic penned in the Estrangela script? and Is the Bible above called as Peshitta NT?

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4. RE: Ooops.....

Oct-26-2001 at 03:26 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Shlama Akhi Rudolf,

The 'Bible in Old Aramaic' as listed on the site has the 22 books of the Eastern Peshitta, along with the 5 disputed books that were drawn from the Western Aramaic tradition (which translated them from the Greek.)

It is completely in Swadaya (not Estrangelo) script - although the two are very similiar. And yes, vowel points according to the Eastern tradition are included. The book also contains the Peshitta Psalms.

I highly recommend it!

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5. RE: Ooops.....

Oct-28-2001 at 11:14 AM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Shlama Akhi Younan,


>The 'Bible in Old Aramaic' as
>listed on the site has
>the 22 books of the
>Eastern Peshitta, along with the
>5 disputed books that were
>drawn from the Western Aramaic
>tradition (which translated them from
>the Greek.)
>
>It is completely in Swadaya (not
>Estrangelo) script - although the
>two are very similiar.
>And yes, vowel points according
>to the Eastern tradition are
>included. The book also
>contains the Peshitta Psalms.
>
>I highly recommend it!


Thank you.


Rudolf A. Luhukay

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