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A Dictionary of Samaritan Aramaic is the first complete presentation of the lexicon embodied in the Aramaic extant texts of the Samaratians (4th-11th centuries C.E.). A reliable guide to the Samaritan writings (among which the Pentateuch). Of interest not only to students of Aramaic Jewish and Christian sources of the period in the Land of Israel, but also an absolute must for Biblical Scholars.
About the Author
Abraham Tal, Ph.D. (1971) in Aramaic, Hebrew University, is Emeritus Professor (Tel-Aviv University). He is presently editor of the Historical Dictionary of the Hebrew Language (the Academy of Hebrew Language). He has published the Samaritan Targum of the Pentateuch (Tel-Aviv, 1980-83).