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COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
NEAR EASTERN LANGUAGES & CIVILIZATION
ARAMAIC

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ARAMIC 411 Syriac (3) VLPA Walker
Beginning Syriac including basic grammar and vocabulary with selected readings from simple prose passages and poetry selected from early Christian and other late antique writings. No previous study of Aramaic required. First in a sequence of two. Offered: A.

ARAMIC 412 Syriac (3) Walker
Beginning Syriac including basic grammar and vocabulary with selected readings from simple prose passages and poetry selected from early Christian and other late antique writings. No previous study of Aramaic required. Second in a sequence of two. Offered: W.

ARAMIC 421 Biblical Aramaic (5) VLPA Noegel
Fundamentals of Aramaic grammar and the differences that distinguish Aramaic from Hebrew; includes select Aramaic portions of the Bible. Emphasis on grammar and comprehension. Designed for students with some knowledge of Hebrew. Prerequisite: HEBR 402 or HEBR 426.

ARAMIC 423 Readings in Syriac (3) VLPA Walker
Readings from selected passages in Biblical and Christian literature with emphasis on writings of late antique and medieval Christian communities of Syria, Iraq, and Iran until the Mongol invasions. Prerequisite: ARAMIC 412. Offered: Sp.