Leshono Suryoyo – First Studies in Syriac (Leššānā Suryāyā)

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Leshono Suryoyo – First Studies in Syriac (Leššānā Suryāyā)
Author: Healey, John
Publisher: Gorgias Press; 1st Gorgias Press Ed edition
Publication date: 2005
ISBN: 1593331908
Number of pages: 248
Format: mp3 + pdf
Size: 61,4MB + 14.0MB

John Healey’s, Leshono Suryoyo, is an introductory grammar for those wishing to learn to read Classical Syriac, one of the major literary dialects of Aramaic and the language of one of the main groups of Middle Eastern churches, including the Syrian Orthodox Church, the Church of the East, and the Chaldaean Church. From the first centuries of the Christian era, Syriac was used by the main theological and historical writers of this tradition (Ephrem the Syrian, Philoxenus of Mabbogh, Thomas of Marga, and Barhebraeus). It also continues to be used in worship.
John Healey (Ph.D., University of London) is Professor of Semitic Studies in the University of Manchester (U.K.). His many research publications include books and articles on various dialects of Aramaic, especially on Nabataean Aramaic (inscriptions from Jordan and Saudi Arabia) and on Syriac (originally the Aramaic dialect of Edessa in southern Turkey). He has also published a book on the early history of the alphabet. His teaching is mostly concerned with Aramaic and Syriac and the religious history of the Middle East.
Table of Contents
CD Recording
Writing System. The Alphabet
Vowels and Other Signs
The Verb: Simple Perfect and Participle Forms
ith, hw’ and Composite Tenses
Nouns and Adjectives. The Genitive Relationship
The Verb: Simple Imperfect and Imperative. Uses of d
Derived Stems of the Verb
Other Important Verb Forms
Peculiarities in Verbs Containing Guttural Letters
Peculiarities in Verbs Beginning with n and y
Peculiarities in Verbs with Only Two Root
Object Pronouns Attached to Verbs. Adverbs
Numerals, Dates, Days
Verb Paradigms
Table of Scripts and Vowel Signs


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