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Biblical Languages - Hebrew Greek Syriac Coptic Latin Ethiopic 4 DVD-ROM boxed

Biblical Languages - Hebrew Greek Syriac Coptic Latin Ethiopic 4 DVD-ROM boxed

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LANGUAGES FOR BIBLICAL SCHOLARS

This attractively packaged 4 DVD-ROM shrink-wrapped boxed set is a resource for Biblical scholars and students of language studies. Contained in this comprehensive digital library are instructions and language texts for languages associated with sources comprising the Judaic and Christian sacred texts. Contents are listed below.

This unique digital library is only available from The Curio and Whatnot Shop. The attractive packaging makes this 4-disk set an impressive gift as well as a fine resource for personal sdtudy and research.

HEBREW & ARAMAIC


Hebrew is a Semitic language of the Afro-Asiatic language family. Culturally, it is considered the language of the Jewish people, though other Jewish languages had originated among diaspora Jews, and the Jews were only part of the whole Hebrew/Canaanian sprachraum. Hebrew in its modern form is spoken by most of the seven million people in Israel while Classical Hebrew has been used for prayer or study in Jewish communities around the world for over two thousand years. It is one of the official languages of Israel, along with Arabic.

Ancient Hebrew is also the liturgical tongue of the Samaritans, while modern Hebrew or Palestinian Arabic is their vernacular, though today about 700 Samaritans remain. As a foreign language it is studied mostly by Jews and students of Judaism and Israel, archaeologists and linguists specializing in the Middle East and its civilizations, by theologians, and in Christian seminaries.

The core of the Torah (the first five books of the Hebrew Bible), and most of the rest of the Hebrew Bible, is written in Classical Hebrew, and much of its present form is specifically the dialect of Biblical Hebrew that scholars believe flourished around the 6th century BC, around the time of the Babylonian exile. For this reason, Hebrew has been referred to by Jews as Leshon HaKodesh "The Holy Language", since ancient times.

Aramaic was used by the conquering Assyrians as a language of administration communication, and following them by the Babylonian and Persian empires, which ruled from India to Ethiopia, and employed Aramaic as the official language. For this period, then (about 700–320 B.C.E.), Aramaic held a position similar to that occupied by English today. The most important documents of this period are numerous papyri from Egypt and Palestine.

Aramaic displaced Hebrew for many purposes among the Jews, a fact reflected in the Bible, where portions of Ezra and Daniel are in Aramaic. Some of the best known stories in biblical literature, including that of Belshazzar’s feast with the famous "handwriting on the wall" are in Aramaic.

Aramaic remained a dominant language for Jewish worship, scholarship, and everyday life for centuries in both the land of Israel and in the diaspora, especially in Babylon.

Among the Dead Sea Scrolls, the remains of the library of a Jewish sect from around the turn of the Era, are many compositions in Aramaic. These new texts also provide the best evidence for Palestinian Aramaic of the sort used by Jesus and his disciples.

Since the Jews spoke Aramaic, and knowledge of Hebrew was no longer widespread, the practice arose in the synagogue of providing the reading of the sacred Hebrew scriptures with an Aramaic translation or paraphrase, a "Targum" In the course of time a whole array of targums for the Law and other parts of the Bible were composed. More than translations, they incorporated much of traditional Jewish scriptural interpretation.

In their academies the rabbis and their disciples transmitted, commented, and debated Jewish law; the records of their deliberations constitute the two talmuds: that of the land of Israel and the much larger Babylonian Talmud. Although the talmuds contain much material in Hebrew, the basic language of these vast compilations is Aramaic (in Western and Eastern dialects).

Although Jesus spoke Aramaic, the Gospels are in Greek, and only rarely quote actual Aramaic words. Reconstruction of the Aramaic background of the Gospels remains a fascinating, but inordinately difficult area of modern research.

This DVD-ROM is a collection of instructional works intended for Biblical scholars and scholars of ancient languages. It is divided into two sections:

  

 

LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION
Genesius' Hebrew & Chaldee Lexicon (23 volumes)
100 most frequent hebrew tokens.csv
A class book for the study of the elements of Aramaic from Bible and targums - Brown, Charles Ruf.pdf
A compendious Hebrew grammar - M. H. Bresslau.pdf
A complete Hebrew & English critical & pronouncing dictionary.pdf
A first Hebrew reader - Cameron, Duncan.pdf
A glossary of the Aramaic inscriptions - Cook, Stanley Arthur.pdf
A grammar of Aramaic in the Babylonian Talmud referenced to Gaonic literature - Levias, Caspar.pdf
A grammar of the Hebrew language - Hurwitz, Hyman.pdf
A Handbook to Old Testament Hebrew - Samuel Gosnell Green.pdf
A Hebrew and Chaldee lexicon to the Old Testament.pdf
A Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Testame.pdf
A Hebrew chrestomathy - first volume of a course of Hebrew study.pdf
A Hebrew grammar compiled from some of the best authorities - Willard, Sidney, 1780-1856.pdf
A Hebrew grammar for beginners - Wilson, Robert Dic.pdf
A Hebrew grammar with exercises selected from the Bible - Ballin, Ada S.pdf
A Hebrew primer_ adapted to the Merchant Taylors' Hebrew Grammar - Ball, C. J..pdf
A Hebrew, Latin, and English Dictionary - Joseph Samuel Christian Frederick Frey.pdf
A manual Hebrew grammar for the use of beginners - Seixas, James.pdf
A primer of Hebrew - Fagnani, Charles Prospero.pdf
A primer of Hebrew antiquities - Whitehouse, Owen C. (Owen Charles), 1849-1916.pdf
A short account of the Hebrew tenses - Kennett, Robert Hatch, 1864-1932.pdf
A Syntax of Biblical Hebrew.pdf
A vocabulary, Hebrew, Arabic, and Persian - Smith, E.pdf
An Aramaic method. A class book for the study of the elements of Aramaic from Bible and targums -.pdf
An easy introduction to the knowledge of the Hebrew language - Wilson, James Patriot, 1769-1830..pdf
An elementary Hebrew grammar - Willis, Arthur.pdf
Aramaic Language of the Babylonian Talmud - Margolis.pdf
Aramaic papyri of the fifth century B.C. - Ahikar.pdf
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English-Hebrew dictionary - Waldstein, A. S..pdf
Ewald's Introductory Hebrew Grammar.pdf
Gesenius' Hebrew Grammar (1856).pdf
Hebrew & Aramaic Vocabulary.pdf
Hebrew & English lexicon of the OT & Aramaic appendix - Brown, Francis.pdf
Hebrew Basic Course - FSI Student Text.pdf
Hebrew characters derived from hieroglyphics - Lamb, John, 1789-1850.pdf
Hebrew grammar - Meyrowitz, Alexander.pdf
Hebrew Grammar with a Copious Syntax and a Praxis - Moses Stuart.pdf
Hebrew grammar with reading book, exercises, literature and vocabularies - Strack, Hermann Leberecht, 1848-1922.pdf
Hebrew Grammar, with Exercises - M. M. Kalisch.pdf
Hebrew incunabula - Marx, Alexander.pdf
Hebrew Letters - A Workbook.pdf
Hebrew lexicon and grammar - Parkhurst, John.pdf
Hebrew Orthography.pdf
Hebrew Phonology.pdf
Hebrew vocabularies - Harper, William Rainey.pdf
Hebrew, Ancient Orthography.pdf
Hebrew.pdf
Hebrew-Babylonian Affinities - George Margoliouth.pdf
Introduction to Hebrew grammar - Alexander McCaul.pdf
Introductory Hebrew grammar - Hebrew syntax - Davidson, A. B.pdf
Introductory Hebrew method and manual - Harper, William Rainey.pdf
James M. Lindenberger - Ancient Aramaic and Hebrew Letters (2003).pdf
Kennicott, Benjamin - A method of reading Hebrew.pdf

Manual of Hebrew grammar - Wijnkoop, Josephus David.pdf
Manual of Hebrew syntax - Wijnkoop, Josephus David.pdf
Materials for Hebrew composition - Canney, Maurice A..pdf

Mefales nativ. Hebrew reader and grammar with exercises for translation - Mannheimer, Sigmund, 1835-1909.pdf
Notes on post-Talmudic-Aramaic lexicography - Epstein, J. N..pdf
Outlines of Hebrew Grammar - Gustav Bickell.pdf
plural in Hebrew language.docx
plural in Hebrew language_vbr_mp3.zip
Robertson's Compendious Hebrew dictionary - Robertson, William, d. 1686.pdf
Science & Hebrew Tradition - Thomas Henry Huxley.pdf
Spoken Hebrew - a manual of Hebrew conversations - Persky, Daniel.pdf
Student's Hebrew lexicon - Benjamin Davies.pdf
Studies in Hebrew proper names - Gray, George Buchanan.pdf
Studies in Hebrew Synonyms - B.D. James Kennedy.pdf
study of the elements of Aramaic from Bible and Targums (Volume 1) - Brown, Charles Rufus.pdf
study of the elements of Aramaic from Bible and Targums (Volume 2) - Brown, Charles Rufus.pdf
Syntax of the sentences in Isaiah, 40-66 - B rta, Alois, 1874.pdf
Syntax of the sentences in Isaiah, 40-66 .. - B rta, Alois, 1874.pdf
T. Muraoka & B. Porten - A Grammar of Egyptian Aramaic (1998).pdf
Talmud Laon Ibri. (Hebrew Grammar) - Ben-Z'bh, Judah Loeb, 1764-1811.pdf
The Elements of Hebrew - Enoch Spradling Price.pdf
The Englishman's Hebrew and Chaldee Concordance of the Old Testament - George V. Wigram.pdf
The First Hebrew book - Arnold, Thomas Kerchever.pdf
The Hebraist's Vade mecum - a first attempt at a complete verbal index to the contents of the Heb.pdf
The Hebrew Language Viewed in the Light of Assyrian Research - Friedrich Delitzsch.pdf
The Hebrew particle 'asher' - Gaenssle, Carl.pdf
The Hebrew student (Volume 1) - Harper, William Rainey.pdf
The Hebrew student (Volume 2) - Harper, William Rainey.pdf
The Hebrew text of the book of Ecclesiasticus (Volume 1) - L‚vi, Israel.pdf
The mastery series - Hebrew - Prendergast, Thomas.pdf
The Semitic permansive-perfect - Davidson, Richard.pdf
The use of 'ruah' in the Old Testament and of 'pneuma' in the New Testament - Schoemaker, William.pdf
The verb and the sentence in Chronicles, Ezra and Nehemiah - Corwin, Rebecca.pdf
The weak and geminative verbs in Hebrew - ayyuj, Judah ben David, ca. 945-ca. 1000.pdf

TEXTS & LITERATURE
01 - Book of Matthew (New Testament) - Hebrew Hebreu Hebraic - 1898.pdf
02 - Book of Marc (New Testament) - in Hebrew - 1898.pdf
03 - Section 3 - Book of Luke and more (New Testament) - Hebrew Hebreu Hebraic - 1898.pdf
04 - Section 4 - Jewish Hebrew (New Testament) - Hebrew Hebreu Hebraic - 1898.pdf
05 - Section 5 - Jewish Hebrew (New Testament) - Hebrew Hebreu Hebraic - 1898.pdf
06 - Section 6 - Jewish Hebrew (New Testament) - Hebrew Hebreu Hebraic - 1898.pdf
07 - Section 7 - Jewish Hebrew (New Testament) - I Peter to Revelation - Hebrew Hebreu Hebraic - 1898.pdf
08 - Section 8 - Jewish Hebrew (New Testament) - I Peter to Revelation - Hebrew Hebreu Hebraic - 1898.pdf
24 year Hebrew - English calendar 5678-5701 - H.J. Heinz Company.pdf
24 year Hebrew - English calendar 5685-5709 - H.J. Heinz Company.pdf
3 Enoch [microform] ; or, The Hebrew book of Enoch - Bodleian Library. MSS.(Opp.556).pdf
A new translation of the Hebrew prophets (Volume 1) - Noyes, George Rapall, 1798-1868.pdf
A new translation of the Hebrew prophets (Volume 2) - Noyes, George Rapall, 1798-1868.pdf
A new translation of the Hebrew prophets (Volume 3) - Noyes, George Rapall, 1798-1868.pdf
Ancient Hebrew literature (Volume 1).pdf
Ancient Hebrew literature (Volume 2).pdf
Ancient Hebrew literature (Volume 3).pdf
Ancient Hebrew literature (Volume 4).pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 00 - Prologue.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 01 - Bereshit A.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 02 - Bereshit B.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 03 - Noach.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 04 - Lech Lecha.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 05 - Vaera.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 06 - Chayei Sara.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 07 - Toldot.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 08 - Vayetze.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 09 - Vayishlach.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 10 - Vayeshev.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 11 - Miketz.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 12 - Vayigash.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 13 - Vayechi.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 14 - Shemot.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 15 - Vaera.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 16 - Bo.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 17 - Beshalach.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 18 - Yitro.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 19 - Mishpatim.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 20 - Trumah.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 21 - Safra de tsniuta.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 22 - Tetsaveh.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 23 - Ki Tissa.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 24 - Vayakhel.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 25 - Pekudei.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 26 - Vayikra.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 27 - Tsav.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 28 - Shmini.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 29 - Tazria.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 30 - Metzora.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 31 - Acharei mot.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 32 - Kedoshim.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 33 - Emor.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 34 - Behar.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 35 - Bechukotai.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 36 - Bamidbar.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 37 - Naso - idra raba.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 38 - Bahalotcha.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 39 - Shlach Lecha.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 40 - Korach.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 41 - Chukat.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 42 - Balak.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 43 - Pinchas.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 44 - Matot.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 45 - Vaetchanan.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 46 - Ekev.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 47 - Shoftim.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 48- Ki Tetze.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 49 - Vayelech.pdf
Aramaic-English Zohar - 50 - Haazinu.pdf
Book of Psalms - critical edition of the Hebrew in colors - Julius Wellhausen , John Dyneley Prin.pdf
Hebrew literature; comprising Talmudic treatises, Hebrew melodies and the Kabbalah unveiled - Barclay, Joseph, 1831-1881.pdf
Hebrew, Ancient Genesis Translation.pdf
Introduction to the Masoretico-critical edition of the Hebrew Bible 01.pdf
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 01 - Genesis.pdf
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 02 not published.txt
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 03 - Leviticus.pdf
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 04 - Numbers.pdf
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 05 not published.txt
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 06 - Joshua.pdf
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 07 - Judges.pdf
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 08 - Judges.pdf
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 09 - Kings.pdf
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 10 missing.txt
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 11 - Jerimiah.pdf
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 12 - Ezekiel.pdf
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 13 not published.txt
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 14 - Psalms.pdf
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 15 - Proverbs.pdf
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 16 not published.txt
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 17 - Job.pdf
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 18 - Daniel.pdf
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 19 - Ezra & Nehimial.pdf
Old Testament Hebrew text printed in colors vol 20 - Chronicles.pdf
Students' Hebrew and Chaldee dictionary to the Old Testament - Harkavy, Alexander, 1863-1939.pdf
The Psalms in Hebrew; with a comm. by G. Phillips - Psalms.pdf
The text of Jeremiah, A critical investigation of the Greek and Hebrew - Workman, George Coulson, 1848-1936.pdf

 

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LATIN

 

In the 5th century BC, Latin was just one of many Italic languages spoken in central Italy. Latin was the language of the area known as Latium (modern Lazio), and Rome was one of the towns of Latium. The earliest known inscriptions in Latin date from the 6th century BC and were written using an alphabet adapted from the Etruscan alphabet.

Rome gradually expanded its influence over other parts of Italy and then over other parts of Europe. Eventually the Roman Empire stretched across a wide swathe of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. Latin was used throughout the empire as the language of law, administration and increasingly as the language of everyday life. Literacy was common among Roman citizens and the works of great Latin authors were read by many.

The language used in much early Latin literature, classical Latin, differed in many ways from colloquial spoken Latin, known as vulgar Latin, though some writers, including Cicero and Petronius, used vulgar Latin in their work. Over the centuries the spoken varieties of Latin continued to move away from the literary standard and eventually evolved into the modern Italic/Romance languages (Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian, Catalan, etc).

Even after the collapse of the western Roman Empire in 476 AD, Latin continued to be used as a literary language throughout western and central Europe. An enormous quantity of medieval Latin literature was produced in a variety of different styles ranging from the scholarly works of Irish and Anglo-Saxon writers to simple tales and sermons for a wider audience.

During the 15th century, Latin began to lose its dominant position as the main language of scholarship and religion throughout Europe. It was largely replaced by written versions of the vernacular languages of Europe, many of which are descendants of Latin or have been heavily influenced by it.

Modern Latin was used by the Roman Catholic Church until the mid 20th century and is still used to some extent, particularly in the Vatican City, where it is one of the official languages. Latin terminology is used extensively by biologists, palaeontologists and other scientists to name species and specimens, and also by doctors and lawyers.

This is a collection of instructional resources for the classical and Biblical scholar. Included titles are:

 

A complete Latin grammar - Harkness, Albert, 1822-1907.pdf
A first Latin book - Moore, Clifford Herschel, 1866-1931.pdf
A first Latin course - Scott, Ernest Howard.pdf
A first Latin reader with exercises - Herbert Chester Nutting.pdf
A key to New Latin composition - Moses Grant Daniell.pdf
A key to the Manual of Latin prose composition - Henry Musgrave Wilkins.pdf
A Latin grammar - Albert Harkness.pdf
A Latin Reader - Consisting of Selections from Phoedrus, Caesar, Curtius ... - William Francis Allen , Joseph Henry Allen.pdf
A life of George Washington, in Latin prose - Francis Glass.pdf
A new Latin primer - Maxey, Mima, b. 1885.pdf
A practical introduction to Latin composition for schools and colleges - Albert Harkness.pdf
A school Latin grammar; - Morgan, Morris Hicky, 1859-1910.pdf
A supplementary Latin composition - Nutting, Herbert Chester, 1872-1934.pdf
Aids to Latin orthography - Brambach, Wilhelm, 1841-1932.pdf
An elementary Latin dictionary - Lewis, Charlton Thomas, 1834-1904.pdf
An introduction to Greek and Latin palaeography - Thompson, Edward Maunde, Sir, 1840-1929.pdf
An introduction to the comparative grammar of Greek and Latin - John Edward King , Christopher Cookson.pdf
Anthologia Latina - Passages from the Latin Poets - Francis St. John Thackeray.pdf
Anthology of Latin Poetry - Robert Yelverton Tyrrell.pdf
Arnold's First Latin book - remodelled & rewritten & adapted to the ... - Albert Harkness.pdf
Beginning Latin an introduction, by way of English, to the Latin language.pdf
Bellum helveticum for beginners in Latin.pdf
Brevarium anagrammaticum The Latin hymns of the breviary and other famous Latin hymns - Walter Begley.pdf
Cassell's Latin dictionary Latin-English and English-Latin.pdf
Common Latin Phrases.pdf
De institutione oratoria liber primus - Texte latin - Quintilian, Charles Fierville.pdf
Easy Latin lessons - Lindsay, Thomas B. 1853-1909.pdf
Easy Latin stories for beginners with vocabulary and notes - Bennett, George Lovett, 1846-1916.pdf
EB Vickery Latin Examinations 1913-1929 - EB Vickery.pdf
Elementary (Advanced) Latin exercises.pdf
Elementary Latin - Minnie Louise Smith.pdf
Elementary Latin grammar. [With] Latin exercises - Leonhard Schmitz.pdf
Elements of law Latin. Latin L .. - Merrill, William A..pdf
Exercises in Bradley's Arnold's Latin Prose Composition - EB Vickery.pdf
Exercises in Latin versification - Butler, Leo Thomas, 1878.pdf
First Lessons in Latin ... - Ethan Allen Andrews.pdf
First Lessons in Latin Or an Introduction to Andrews and Stoddard's Latin Grammar - Ethan Allen Andrews.pdf
First lessons in Latin; - Cleveland, Charles Dexter, 1802-1869..pdf
Greek and Latin compositions - Shilleto, Richard, 1809-1876.pdf
Handbook of Latin inscriptions - Lindsay, W. M..pdf
Hiawatha rendered into Latin, with abridgment - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Francis William Newman.pdf
Intervalla verses, Greek, Latin, and English - Denman, George, 1819-1896.pdf
John Wiclif's Polemical works in Latin - John Wycliffe.pdf
Key to Progressive exercises in Latin elegiac verse - Charles Granville Gepp.pdf
Langenscheidt shorter Latin dictionary; Latin-English, English-Latin.pdf
Latin classics - Wilkinson, William Cleaver, 1833-1920.pdf
Latin composition - Allen, Bernard M..pdf
Latin Composition - Bernard Melzar Allen.pdf
Latin composition - Gildersleeve, Basil L.pdf
Latin composition - Hale, William Gardner, 1849-1928.pdf
Latin composition, an elementary guide to writing in Latin. Part I.--Constructions; part II.--Exercises in translation - Allen, Joseph Henry, 1820-1898.pdf
Latin dictionary a - Charlton Lewis, Charles Short.pdf
Latin for Beginners - D'Ooge, Benjamin Leonard, 1860-1940.txt
Latin Grammar - Albert Harkness.pdf
latin grammar - augustus s. wilkins.pdf
Latin grammar - REV. J. ARNOLD.pdf
Latin Grammar - T. Hewitt KEy.pdf
Latin historical inscriptions illustrating the history of the early empire - Rushforth, G. McN.pdf
Latin Hymns - William Augustus Merrill.pdf
Latin lessons - Bennett, Charles E..pdf
Latin Lessons - George Spencer.pdf
Latin Lessons - Minnie Louise Smith.pdf
Latin lessons - Smith, Minnie Louise, 1863.pdf
Latin Lexicon (1976) - Niermeyer.pdf
Latin literature - Mackail, J. W. 1859-1945.pdf
Latin manual [microform] - Le Jeune, J. M. R. (Jean Marie Rapha‰l), 1855-1930.pdf
Latin philology - Meader, Clarence Linton, 1868-.pdf
Latin Primer - Henry Edmund Sawyer.pdf
Latin Primer - Joseph Henry Allen.pdf
Latin pronunciation - Peck, Tracy, 1838-1921.pdf
Latin pronunciation and the Latin alphabet - Tafel, Leonhard, b. 1800.pdf
Latin prose composition - Pearson, Henry Carr, b. 1871.pdf
Latin prose composition - Ramsay, George Gilbert, 1839-1921.pdf
Latin Reader - Friedrich Jacobs.pdf
Latin Reader ... - Friedrich Jacobs.pdf
Latin Selections Specimens of Latin Literature - Willard Kimball Clement, Edmund Hamilton Smith.pdf
Latin sentence connection - Mendell, Clarence W..pdf
Latin subordinate clause syntax - Leiper, Macon Anderson, 1879-1936.pdf
Latin suffixes - John Tahourdin White.pdf
Latin syntax - Zumpt, Karl Gottlob, 1792-1849.pdf
Latin Verse - Frank Smalley.pdf
Latin verse - Smalley, Frank, 1846-1931.pdf
Latin Vulgate, Bible Book Titles and Names - Anonymous.txt
Liber primus, or, A first book of Latin exercises or, A first book of Latin exercises - Joseph Dana.pdf
M. Tullii Ciceronis Oratio pro archia texte latin - Marcus Tullius Cicero, mile Thomas.pdf
Medieval Latin Lexicon - Niermeyer.pdf
New Latin Grammar - Bennett, Charles E.txt
Nova anthologia Oxoniensis Translations into Greek and Latin verse - Robinson Ellis , Alfred Denis Godley.pdf
On the Latin language (Volume 1) - Varro, Marcus Terentius.pdf
On the Latin language (Volume 2) - Varro, Marcus Terentius.pdf
Oxford Latin Dict.pdf
Patrologia Graeca vol. 1.pdf
Patrologia Graeca vol. 2.pdf
Patrologia Graeca vol. 3.pdf
Preparatory Latin composition - Moulton, Frank Prescott, 1851.pdf
Preparatory Latin composition (Volume 2) - Moulton, Frank Prescott, 1851-.pdf
Preparatory Latin compositon (Volume 1) - Moulton, Frank Prescott, 1851-.pdf
Preparatory Latin Prose-book - James Hobbs Hanson.pdf
Preparatory Latin writer - Bennett, Charles E. 1858-1921.pdf
Remnants of early Latin - Allen, F. D. (Frederic De Forest), 1844-1897.pdf
Remnants of early Latin - Frederic De Forest Allen, Frederic D Allen.pdf
Sacred Latin poetry chiefly lyrical, selected and arranged for use - Richard Chenevix Trench.pdf
Second Latin book - Miller, Frank Justus.pdf
Second Latin reading book forming a continuation of Easy Latin stories for beginners.pdf
Selections from Latin authors for sight-reading - Everett Titsworth Tomlinson.pdf
Selections from Latin Classic Authors - Francis Gardner.pdf
Selections from Latin classic authors Phaedrus, Justin, Nepos.pdf
Selections from Latin poets with brief notes.pdf
Selections from the less known latin poets - North Pinder.pdf
Syntax of early Latin .. (Volume 2) - Bennett, Charles E..pdf
The beginner's Latin book - Collar, William C. (William Coe), 1833-1916.pdf
The beginner's Latin book - Smiley, James B. 1867.pdf
The beginner's Latin book - William Coe Collar , Moses Grant Daniell , Ginn and Company.pdf
the childs latin accidence - dr. kennedys childs latin primer.pdf
The Latin primer part I Rules of construction ... - Richard Lyne.pdf
The Latin reader (Volume 2) - Friedrich Jacobs , Friedrich Wilhelm D”ring.pdf
The new Latin reader containing the Latin text for the purpose of recitation - Sidney Charles Walker.pdf
Writing Latin - John Edmund Barss.pdf
XLIX English hymns rendered in Latin rhyme - William Garden Blaikie.pdf

 

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GREEK
 

The Ancient Greeks were the first Europeans to read and write with an Alphabet, which eventually led to all modern European languages. The Ancient Greek Language has different theories of origin; firstly some believe it migrated with the Proto-Greek speakers into the Greek Peninsula, dating from 2500BC to 1700 BC. Second Theory considers the migration into Greece happened before Proto-Greek, so the characteristics of Greek sounds were later.


This collection of instructional resources has been assembled with the scholar of early Christian writings in mind. Included on this disc are:

 

Greek Language

A Grammar of Old Testament Greek according to the Septuagint.pdf
A Greek Grammar - William Watson Goodwin.pdf
A Greek and English lexicon of the New Testament - Robinson, Edwa
A Greek and English lexicon of the New Testament [microform] - Ro
A Greek and English lexicon to the New Testament - Parkhurst, Joh
A Greek grammar - Syntax - Simonson, Gustave.pdf
A Greek grammar - accidence - Simonson, Gustave.pdf
A Greek-English lexicon of the New Testament, being Grimm's Wilke
A copious Greek grammar (Volume 1) - Matthiae, August Heinrich, 1
A copious Greek grammar (Volume 2) - Matthiae, August Heinrich, 1
A grammar of Attic and Ionic Greek - Babbitt, Frank Cole, 1867-19
A grammar of New Testament Greek (Volume 1) - Moulton, James Hope
A grammar of New Testament Greek (Volume 2) - Moulton, James Hope
A grammar of New Testament Greek - Moulton, James Hope, 1863-1917
A grammar of the Greek New Testament in the light of historical r
A grammar of the Greek language. With an additional index to the
A grammar of the Greek language. With an additional index to the
A grammar of the New Testament Greek - Buttmann, Alexander.pdf
A grammar of the New Testament Greek. Authorized translation - Bu
A grammar of the New Testament diction, intended as an introducti
A grammar of the Old Testament in Greek according to the Septuagi
A grammar of the idioms of the Greek language of the New Testamen
A manual Greek lexicon of the New Testament - Abbott-Smith, Georg
A new Greek-English lexicon to the New Testament supplemented by
A pocket lexicon to the Greek New Testament - Souter, Alexander,
A practical guide to the Greek Testament for those who have no kn
A short grammar of the Greek New Testament, for students familiar
A short syntax of New Testament Greek - Nunn, H. P. V..pdf
A treatise on the grammar of New Testament Greek regarded as a b
An Elementary Greek Grammar - William Watson Goodwin.pdf
An elementary Greek grammar - Goodwin, William Watson, 1831-1912.
An introduction to the Greek of the New Testament - Cary, Geo. L.
An introductory New Testament Greek method and the elements of Ne
Biblico-theological lexicon of New Testament Greek - Cremer, Herm
CopiousPhraseEnglishGreekLex.Frad.Arnold.Browne.1875..pdf
E. Chernyi. Greek Grammar..pdf
Elements of Greek grammar - Chauncey Allen Goodrich, Caspar Frede
Essays in Biblical Greek - Hatch, Edwin, 1835-1889.pdf
Essentials of New Testament Greek - Huddilston, John H..pdf
First Greek grammar - Rutherford, William Gunion, 1853-1907.pdf
Grammar of New Testament Greek - Blass, Friedrich Wilhelm.pdf
Grammar of Septuagint Greek - Conybeare, F.C. and George Stock.pd
GrammarGreekNewTestamentLightHistoricalResearch. Robertson.1914.
Greek Grammar - Evangelinus Apostolides Sophocles.pdf
Greek Grammar - W.W. Goodwin.pdf
Greek Grammar Rules - Frederic William Farrar.pdf
Greek Grammar for Colleges - H.W. Smyth.pdf
GreekEngLexNT.GrimsWilkes.CNT.Thayer.1889..pdf
GreekEnglLexNT.P.E.GrkGram.Parkhurst.Rose.1845..pdf
GreekLexRomByzPer.Sophocles.MemEd.Thayer.1900..pdf
GrkEnLexNT.WahlsCPNT.Robinson.1850..pdf
Handbook to the grammar of the Greek Testament. Together with a c
LexAbrid.Liddell-Scott24th.1901.pdf
LexAngloEllenic.Polymeres.1854..pdf
Metanoeo and metamelei in Greek literature until 100 A. D., inclu
NewGreekEngLex.AlphabArrang.Schneiders.Donnegan.1826..pdf
NewGreekEngLex.Schneider.Donnegan.Patton.1838..pdf
PrimitivesGreekTongue.Nugent.1810..pdf
Prolegomena to a Greek-Hebrew & Hebrew-Greek index to Aquila - Re
Pronunciation of ancient Greek [microform] - Blass, Friedrich, 18
Remarks on the uses of the definitive article in the Greek text o
Sources of New Testament Greek - The influence of the Septuagint
Syntax of the moods and tenses in New Testament Greek - Burton, E
The Greek grammar - Thiersch, Friedrich Wilhelm von, 1784-1860.pd
The Greek tenses in the New Testament - their bearing on its accu
The analytical Greek lexicon - alphabetical arrangement of every
The doctrine of the Greek article applied to the criticism and il
The elements of New Testament Greek - a method of studying the Gr
The essentials of New Testament Greek in Chinese. Based on Huddil
The infinitive in Polybius compared with the infinitive in Biblic
The syntax and synonyms of the Greek Testament - Webster, William
The twofold New Testament being a new translation, accompanying a
The use of the infinitive in Biblical Greek - Votaw, Clyde Weber,
The vocabulary of the Greek Testament illustrated from the papyri

 

Biblical

01.CatenGraecPatr.NT.Mat.Mrc..v1.Cramer.1844._text.pdf
01.ExpositorsGreekTestament.v1.SynGosp.John..Nicoll.Bruce.Dods.19
02.CatenGraecPatr.NT.Lc.Jn..v2.Cramer.1844._text.pdf
03.ExpGrkTest.v3.IICorGalEphPhilCol.Nicoll.Bern.Rend.Salm.Ken.Pea
03.catengraecpatr.Nt.act.v3.cramer.1844._text.pdf
04.CatenGraecPatr.NT.Rom.v4.Cramer.1844._text.pdf
04.ExpGrkTest.v4.ThesTimTitPhilHebJms.Nicoll.Mof.Whit.Oest.Dods.1
05.CatenGraecPatr.NT.Cor.Cramer.v5.1844._text.pdf
05.ExpGrkTest.v5.Pet.Jn.Jud.Rev.Nicoll.Hart.Strac.Smith.May.1910.
06.CatenGraecPatr.NT.PaulEpis.Gal.to.Thes.v6.Cramer.1844._text.pd
07.CatenGraecPatr.NT.EpisPaul.Tim.to.Heb.v7.Cramer.1844._text.pdf
08.CatenGraecPatr.NT.CatEpis.Jm.to.Apoal.v8.Cramer.1844._text.pdf
1833 HE Kaine Diatheke Ancient Greek New Testament Cura P Wilson
1833 HE Kaine Diatheke Ancient Greek New Testament Cura P Wilson
1833 HE Kaine Diatheke Ancient Greek New Testament Cura P Wilson
1833 HE Kaine Diatheke Grec Ancient Koine Greek New Testament Cur
1833 HE Kaine Diatheke Grec Ancient Koine Greek New Testament Cur
A commentary on the Greek text of the Epistles of Paul to the The
A companion to the Greek Testament and the English version - Scha
A harmony of the Gospels in Greek in the general order of Le Cler
A harmony of the synoptic gospels in Greek - Burton, Ernest De Wi
Analytical concordance to the Bible Designed for the simplest rea
CompanionBible.Bullinger.1901-Haywood.2005. - Bullinger,Ethelbert
ExposGreekTest.Nicoll.v1.p1p2.Gosp.Acts.Rom.ICor.1902._text.pdf
ExposGreekTest.Nicoll.v2.p3p4p5.IICor.toRev.1903.1910._text.pdf
Extra-Biblical Sources for Hebrew and Jewish History - Samuel Alf
Greek manuscripts of the late Professor Carlyle now in the Archie
Greek, the language of Christ and His apostles - Roberts, Alexand
He Kaine Diatheke = Novum Testamentum - Mill, John, 1645-1707.pdf
He Kaine Diatheke = The Greek Testament - Massachusetts Bible Soc
Hidden history of the Greek New Testament [HE Kaine Diatheke] for
Selections from the Septuagint according to the text of Swete - S
The First Epistle of St Peter I.1-II.17 The Greek Text, with Intr
The Gospel of St. John in Greek and English, interlined, and lit
The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ in the ori
The guilt of slavery and the crime of slaveholding, demonstrated
The interlinear literal translation of the Greek New Testament.pd
The philogy of the Greek Bible, its present and future, - Deissma

 

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SYRIAC

Syriac is a dialect of Middle Aramaic that was once spoken across much of the Fertile Crescent. Having first appeared around the 1st century C.E., Classical Syriac became a major literary language throughout the Middle East from the 4th to the 8th centuries, the classical language of Edessa, preserved in a large body of Syriac literature.

It became the vehicle of Syriac Orthodox Christianity and culture, spreading throughout Asia as far as the Indian Malabar coast and Eastern China and was the medium of communication and cultural dissemination for Arabs and, to a lesser extent, Persians. Primarily a Christian medium of expression, Syriac had a fundamental cultural and literary influence on the development of Arabic which replaced it towards the end of the 8th century. Syriac remains the liturgical language of Syriac Christianity.

Syriac is a Middle Aramaic language, and as such a language of the Northwestern branch of the Semitic family. It is written in the Syriac alphabet, a derivation of the Aramaic alphabet.

This is a collection of instructional texts on Syriac for the Biblical scholar as well as Syriac Biblical texts & translations, Syriac Christian texts & translations and Syriac literature.

Titles included are:

 

The Syriac Language
A Compendious Syriac Dictionary [based on R. Payne Smith] - Vol 01 (1903) Oxford.pdf
A Compendious Syriac Dictionary [based on R. Payne Smith] - Vol 02 (1903) Oxford.pdf
A Compendious Syriac Dictionary.pdf
A Dictionary of the Dialects of Vernacular Syriac As Spoken by the Eastern Syrians of Kurdistan ... - Arthur John Maclean.pdf
A modern Syriac-English dictionary ... pt. 1 - Yohannan, Abraham, 1853-1925.pdf
A polyglot grammar of the Hebrew, Chaldee, Syriac, Greek, Latin, English, French, Italian, Spanish, and German languages, reduced to one common syntax.pdf
A Syriac grammar - George Phillips.pdf
De la m‚trique chez les Syriens - Martin, Jean Pierre Paulin, abb‚.pdf
Elements of Syriac grammar by an inductive method - Wilson, Robert Dick, 1856-1930.pdf
Grammar of the Dialects of Vernacular Syriac... - Arthur John Maclean.pdf
Grammar of the Modern Syriac Language As Spoken in Oroomiah, Persia, and in Koordistan - David Tappan Stoddard.pdf
Grammar of the Modern Syriac Language, as spoken in Oroomiah, Persia, and in Koordistan - Stoddard, D. T..pdf
Grammatica aramaica seu syriaca.pdf
Grammatik des neusyrischen Sprache am Urmia-See und in Kurdistan - N”ldeke, Theodor, 1836-1930.pdf
Introductory Syriac method and manual - Wilson, Robert Dick, 1856-1930.pdf
Kurzgefasste Syrische Grammatik; - N”ldeke, Theodor, 1836-1930.pdf
Le livre des splendeurs - la grande grammaire - Bar Hebraeus, 1226-1286.pdf
Linguae syriacae grammatica et chrestomathia - cum glossario scholis accommodata - Gismondi, Enrico, 1850-1912.pdf
Syriac Arabic Dictionary - Eugene Manna.pdf
SYRIAC GRAMMAR - ELIAS SOBHA by GOTTHEIL.pdf
Syriac grammar - Petrus Saba.pdf
Syriac Grammar with Bibliography, Chrestomathy and Glossary - Eberhard Nestle.pdf
Syriac grammar with bibliography, chrestomathy and glossary - Nestle, Eberhard, 1851-1913.pdf
Syriac Grammar. - George Phillips D. D..pdf
SYRIAC-ARABIC GLOSSES - RICHARD J. H. GOTTIIEIL.djvu
Syriac-French-English-Arabic-Dictionary - Louis Costaz, C.J..pdf
Syrische Grammatik - Elias of TŒrhƒn.pdf
Syrische grammatik mit litteratur, chrestomathie und glossar - Nestle, Eberhard, 1851-1913.pdf
Syrische Grammatik, mit Paradigmen, Literatur, Chestomathie und Glossar - Brockelmann, Carl, 1868-1956.pdf
The elements of Syriac grammar - George Phillips.pdf
The Elements of Syriac Grammar With Reading Lessons - Benjamin Davidson.pdf
The gate to the Hebrew, Arabic, and Syriac, unlocked by a new and easy method of acquiring - the accidence.pdf
The Principles of Syriac Grammar - Cowper, Benjamin Harris, Andreas Gottlieb Hoffmann.pdf
Treasure Of The Syriac Language (volume 1) - Thomas Audo.pdf
Treasure Of The Syriac Language (volume 2) - Thomas Audo.pdf
Uhlemann's Syriac grammar - Uhlemann, Friedrich Gottlob, 1792-1864.pdf
Uhlemann's Syriac grammar with a course of exercises in Syriac grammar, chrestomathy and lexicon.pdf
Vocabularies - English, Arabic, Persian, Turkish, Armenian, Kurdish, Syriac - Great Britain. Admiralty.pdf

 

Syriac Bible

Syriac Old Testament
A Syriac Fragment (of a Chronicle) - E. W. Brooks.pdf
Collation of an Indian copy of the Hebrew Pentateuch (Hebrew and Syriac) - Buchanan, Claudius, 1766-1815.pdf
Old Testament in Syriac.pdf
Scholia on passages of the old testament - Jacob, of Edessa, ca. 640-708.pdf
Syriac Peshitta and Psalms printed in New York (1886).pdf
The book of Jonah in four Oriental versions, namely Chaldee, Syriac, Aethiopic and Arabic, with glossaries - Wright, William, 1830-1889.pdf
The book of Jonah in four Semitic versions, viz. Chaldee, Syriac, Aethiopic, and Arabic, with corresponding glossaries by W. Wright.pdf
The fourth book of Maccabees and kindred documents in Syriac - Bensly, Robert Lubbock, 1831-1893.pdf
The missing fragment of the Latin translation of the fourth book of Ezra - Bensley, Robert Lubbock, 1831-1893.pdf
The Odes and Psalms of Solomon (Volume 1) - Harris, J. Rendel (James Rendel), 1852-1941.pdf
The Odes and Psalms of Solomon published from the Syriac version.pdf
The odes and Psalms of Solomon, published from the Syriac version - Harris, J. Rendel (James Rendel), 1852-1941.pdf
Translation of the Syriac Peshito version of the Psalms of David [microform] - Oliver, Andrew, b. 1824.pdf
Vetus Testamentum Syriace.pdf

Syriac New Testament
A supplement to the authorised English version of the New Testament.PDF
A Translation of the Four Gospels from the Syriac of the Sinaitic Palimpsest - Agnes Smith Lewis.pdf
Commentary on Luke translated into English from ancient Syriac (Volume pt.1) - Cyril, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, ca. 370-444.pdf
Commentary on Luke translated into English from ancient Syriac (Volume pt.2) - Cyril, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, ca. 370-444.pdf
Curetonion version of the four Gospels with eh Sinai Palmplest.PDF
English translation of Peshito-Syriac and Greek text of Hebrews, James, 1 Peter, and 1 John - Norton, William.pdf
Epistles to the Corinthians in Syriac; - Clement I, Pope.pdf
Eucharist - Rev.Dr.Thomas Paniker.doc
New Testament Ethiopic Amharic 1874 Book3.pdf
Palestinian Syriac texts from palimpsest fragments in the Taylor-Schechter Collection - Lewis, Agnes Smith, 1843-1926.pdf
Patrologia Graeca vol. 1.pdf
Patrologia Graeca vol. 2.pdf
Patrologia Graeca vol. 3.pdf
Remains of a very antient recension of the four Gospels in Syriac - Cureton, William, 1808-1864.pdf
Remnants of the later Syriac versions of the Bible. In two parts - Gwynn, John, 1827-1917.pdf
The Apocalypse of Baruch Translated from the Syriac, Chapters I.-LXXVII. from the Sixth Cent. - Robert Henry Charles.pdf
The Apocalypse of St. John in a Syriac version hitherto unknown - Gwynn, John, 1827-1917.pdf
The Apostolical Acts and Epistles, from the Peschito, Or Ancient Syriac - John Wesley Etheridge.pdf
The New Testament in Syriac.pdf
The New Testament or The book of the Holy Gospel of Our Lord and Our God, Jesus from the Syriac Peshito version - Murdock, James, 1776-1856.pdf
The New testament translated form the Syriac Peschito.PDF
The New Testament, a literal translation from the Syriac Peschito version - Murdock, James, 1776-1856.pdf
The old Syriac Gospels or Evangelion da-Mepharreshe; being the text of the Sinai or Syro-Antiochene Palimpsest.pdf
The Palestinian Syriac lectionary of the Gospels - Lagarde, Paul de, 1827-1891.pdf
The Syriac forms of New Testament proper names - Burkitt, F. Crawford (Francis Crawford), 1864-1935.pdf
The Syriac New Testament - James Murdock.pdf
The testament of Our Lord, translated into English from the Syriac with introduction and notes.pdf

Syriac Old Testament
A Syriac Fragment (of a Chronicle) - E. W. Brooks.pdf
Collation of an Indian copy of the Hebrew Pentateuch (Hebrew and Syriac) - Buchanan, Claudius, 1766-1815.pdf
Old Testament in Syriac.pdf
Scholia on passages of the old testament - Jacob, of Edessa, ca. 640-708.pdf
Syriac Peshitta and Psalms printed in New York (1886).pdf
The book of Jonah in four Oriental versions, namely Chaldee, Syriac, Aethiopic and Arabic, with glossaries - Wright, William, 1830-1889.pdf
The book of Jonah in four Semitic versions, viz. Chaldee, Syriac, Aethiopic, and Arabic, with corresponding glossaries by W. Wright.pdf
The fourth book of Maccabees and kindred documents in Syriac - Bensly, Robert Lubbock, 1831-1893.pdf
The missing fragment of the Latin translation of the fourth book of Ezra - Bensley, Robert Lubbock, 1831-1893.pdf
The Odes and Psalms of Solomon (Volume 1) - Harris, J. Rendel (James Rendel), 1852-1941.pdf
The Odes and Psalms of Solomon published from the Syriac version.pdf
The odes and Psalms of Solomon, published from the Syriac version - Harris, J. Rendel (James Rendel), 1852-1941.pdf
Translation of the Syriac Peshito version of the Psalms of David [microform] - Oliver, Andrew, b. 1824.pdf
Vetus Testamentum Syriace.pdf

Syriac Christianity
A letter by Bar Jacob Bishop of Edessa on Syriac orthography.PDF
A Palestinian Syriac lectionary - lessons from the Pentateuch, Job, Proverbs, Prophets, Acts, and Epistles - Lewis, Agnes Smith, 1843-1926.pdf
An ancient Syriac document, purporting to be the record ... of the second Synod of Ephesus.pdf
Bar Hebraeus Chronicon Ecclesiasticum vol. 1.pdf
Bar Hebraeus Chronicon Ecclesiasticum vol. 2.pdf
Bibliothecae Bodleianae codicum manuscriptorum orientalium.pdf
Clavis Syriaca - A Key to the Ancient Syriac Version, Called ''peshito'' of ... - Henry F. Whish.pdf
Commentaries, in Syriac and English; (Volume 01).pdf
Commentaries, in Syriac and English; (Volume 02).pdf
Commentaries, in Syriac and English; (Volume 05 part1).pdf
Early eastern Christianity - St. Margaret's lectures 1904 on the Syriac-speaking church - Burkitt, F. Crawford.pdf
Ecclesiology - Rev.Dr.Thomas Paniker.doc
History of the Martyrs in Palestine discovered in an ancient Syriac manuscript - Eusebius, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 260 - 340.pdf
Isaac of Nineveh, Mystic Treatises.pdf
Ktava de-aurita aukit amsha sefre de-Musha avda de-Alha aikh mapata peshita - Lee, Samuel, 1783-1852.pdf
Legends of Eastern saints; chiefly from Syriac sources (Volume 1) - Wensinck, Arent Jan, 1882-1939.pdf
Legends of Eastern saints; chiefly from Syriac sources (Volume 2) - Wensinck, Arent Jan, 1882-1939.pdf
Liturgies and other documents of the Ante-Nicene period - Clement, of Alexandria, Saint, ca. 150-ca. 215.pdf
Mingana, Theodore of Mopsuestia on the Nicene Creed. Woodbroke Studies 5.pdf
On a Syriac Ms. belonging to the collection of Archbishop Ussher - Gwynn, John, 1827-1917.pdf
On the Theophania, or divine manifestation of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ a Syriac version - Eusebius Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 260-340.pdf
Select letters - Sixth book in the Syriac version of Athanasius of Nisibis; (Volume 1) - Severus, of Antioch, ca. 465-538.pdf
Select letters - Sixth book in the Syriac version of Athanasius of Nisibis; (Volume 1, pt.2) - Severus, of Antioch, ca. 465-538.pdf
Select letters of Severus of Antioch.PDF
Select narratives of Holy women from the Syro-Antiochene or Sinai palimpsest - John, the Stylite, of Beth-Mari, fl. 778.pdf
Select Works of S. Ephrem the Syrian Translated Out of the Original Syriac (Volume 56; v. 525) - Ephraem, John Brande Morris.pdf
Select works of S. Ephrem the Syrian translated out of the original Syriac, with notes and indices (Volume 41).pdf
Syriac Miscellanies - Extracts Relating to the First and Second General Councils - Benjamin Harris Cowper.pdf
The Apology of Aristides on behalf of the Christians from a Syriac ms. preserved on Mount Sinai - Aristides, Marcianus, Saint, of Athens.pdf
The Apology of Aristides on behalf of the Christians, from a Syriac ms. preserved on Mount Sinai - Aristides, 2nd cent.pdf
The book of consolations; or, The pastoral epistles; the Syriac text - Isho'yabh III, 7th cent.pdf
The Book of Governors - the Historia Monastica of Thomas, Bishop of Margƒ A.D.840 (Volume 01).pdf
The Book of Governors - the Historia Monastica of Thomas, Bishop of Margƒ A.D.840 (Volume 02).pdf
The book of Kalilah and Dimnah; tr. from Arabic into Syriac.pdf
The Chronological Canon of James of Edessa - E. W. Brooks.pdf
The Commentaries of Isho'dad of Merv, Bishop of Hadatha (c. 850 A.D.) in Syriac and English (Volume 1).pdf
The Commentaries of Isho'dad of Merv, Bishop of Hadatha (c. 850 A.D.) in Syriac and English (Volume 2).pdf
The Commentaries of Isho'dad of Merv, Bishop of Hadatha (c. 850 A.D.) in Syriac and English (Volume 3).pdf
The Didascalia Apostolorum in Syriac - Margaret Dunlop Gibson.pdf
The discourses of Philoxenus 6hop of Mabb“gh, A. D. 485-519, ed. from Syriac manuscripts of the 6th & 7th cen (Volume 2).pdf
The discourses; (Volume 2) - Philoxenus, Bp. of Mabg, fl. 485-519.pdf
The ecclesiastical history of Eusebius in Syriac - Eusebius, of Caesarea, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 260-ca. 340.pdf
The history of the Blessed Virgin Mary and The history of the likeness of Christ -Syriac texts (Volume 1) - Budge, E. A. Wallis.pdf
The history of the Blessed Virgin Mary and The history of the likeness of Christ -Syriac texts (Volume 2) - Budge, E. A. Wallis.pdf
The Old Syriac element in the text of Codex Bezae - Chase, F. H. (Frederic Henry), 1853-1925.pdf
The Rite of Divine Mistery Chaldean Church in Syriac.pdf
The second letter of Baruch [microform] (a translation from the Syriac) - Bompas, William Carpenter, 1834-1906.pdf
The second synod of Ephesus from Syriac mss. preserved in the British museum - Ephesus, Robber council of, 449.pdf
The Second Synod of Ephesus, from Syriac MSS. preserved in the British Museum and now first edited. English version - Perry, S. G. F.pdf
The Syriac chronicle known as that of Zachariah of Mitylene - Zacharias, Bishop of Mytilene.pdf
The Syriac chronicle known as that of Zachariah of Mitylene (Volume pt. 17) - Zacharias, Bishop of Mytilene.pdf
The tradition of the Syriac Church of Antioch concerning the primacy and the prerogatives of St. Peter and of his successors - Benni, Cyril Benham.pdf
The tradition of the Syriac Church of Antioch.pdf
Vindici‘ Ignatian‘; or, The genuine writings of st. Ignatius, as exhibited in the antient Syriac - William Cureton.pdf
Woodbrooke studies; Christian documents in Syriac, Arabic, and Garshuni; (Volume 1) - Theodore, Bishop of Mopsuestia, ca. 350-428.pdf
Woodbrooke studies; Christian documents in Syriac, Arabic, and Garshuni; (Volume 2) - Theodore, Bishop of Mopsuestia, ca. 350-428.pdf
Woodbrooke studies; Christian documents in Syriac, Arabic, and Garshuni; (Volume 3) - Theodore, Bishop of Mopsuestia, ca. 350-428.pdf

Syriac Literature
A catalogue of the Syriac manuscripts preserved in the library of the University of Cambridge, by the late William Wright (Volume 1).pdf
A catalogue of the Syriac manuscripts preserved in the library of the University of Cambridge, by the late William Wright (Volume 2).pdf
A selection from the Syriac Julian romance; - Julian, Emperor of Rome, 331-363.pdf
A selection of charms from Syriac manuscripts - Gollancz, Hermann, 1852-1930.pdf
A Short History of Syriac Literature - William Wright.pdf
Catalogue of Syriac manuscripts in the British museum acquired since the year 1838 - British Museum.pdf
Catalogue of Syriac manuscripts in the British museum acquired since the year 1838 (Volume 1) - British Museum.pdf
Catalogue of Syriac manuscripts in the British museum acquired since the year 1838 (Volume 2) - British Museum.pdf
Catalogue of Syriac manuscripts in the British museum acquired since the year 1838 (Volume 3) - British Museum.pdf
Catalogue of the Syriac MSS. in the Convent of S. Catharine on Mount Sinai - Lewis, Agnes Smith, 1843-1926.pdf
Descriptive list of Syriac and Karshuni mss. - British museum.pdf
Descriptive list of Syriac and Karshuni mss. in the British museum acquired since 1873.pdf
Die akten der edessenischen bekenner Gurjas, Samonas und Abibos - Gebhardt, Oscar von, 1844-1906.pdf
Oroomiah catalogue of Syriac mss.pdf
Syrian anatomy, pathology and therapeutics; or, ''The Book of Medicines'' (Volume 2) - Budge, E. A. Wallis
The Laughable storys of Mar Gregory bar John Hebraeus.PDF
The Story of Ahikar.PDF

 

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ETHIOPIC

 

Ancient Ethiopic is an offshoot of Arabian script, as shown by similarities in the forms of the letters, and in the order of the letters. In fact, the earliest inscriptions in Ethiopia were in the South Arabian script. However, by around the 4th century CE, a new feature was developed that distinguished it from South Arabian. Vowels were "written" by adding strokes to the consonant following somewhat regular patterns. In a way, this is very similar to Brahmi-derived scripts. Some scholars have in fact proposed that Ethiopic's vowel marking system was originated from Indian influence, but it is equally likely that the system was developed in situ especially since many other Semitic scripts were already experimenting with marking vowels.

Another feature that distinguishes Ethiopic from other Proto-Sinaitic-derived scripts is that it is written from left to right rather than right to left in Hebrew and Arabic. Ethiopic originally followed the right-to-left convention of Semitic scripts, but it switched to a left-to-right direction under influence from Greek.

The Ethiopic script was used for the liturgical language Ge'ez as well as modern languages like Amharic (the official language of Ethiopia, also included here), Tigre, Tigrinya, and other languages of Ethiopia and Eritrea. The "Classic" Ethiopic script was tailored for the Ge'ez language, and so many new signs have been derived for modern languages.

This disk is a compilation of instructional works as well as textx in and translated from Ethiopic & Amharic assembled for the benefit of those doing scholarship into biblical texts in the Ethiopic language.

 

Included titles are:

 

Classical Ethiopic
1 Enoch Tr from the editor's Ethiopic text with a reprint from the editor's text of the Greek fragments - Charles, R. H. 1855-1931.pdf
Old Testament Apocrypha - Compiled by M.T.pdf
The book of Enoch tr from Dillmann's Ethiopic text with uncollated Ethiopic mss., Gizeh & other Greek & Latin fragments in full - Charles, R. H. 1855-1931.pdf
The book of Jubilees, or The little Genesis - Charles, R. H. 1855-1931.pdf
The Book of Jubilees, translated from the Ethiopic - Schodde, George Henry, 1854-1917.pdf
The Ethiopic version of the book of Enoch - Charles, R. H. 1855-1931.pdf

 

Amharic (Modern Ethiopic)
Amharic Basic Course - Student Text - Foreign Service Institute.pdf
Amharic Bible - Bible Society of Ethiopia.pdf
Dictionary of the Amharic language in two parts, Amharic and English, and English and Amharic - Isenberg, Charles William, 1806-1864.pdf
Initia Amharica, an introduction to spoken Amharic (Volume 1) - Armbruster, Charles Hubert.pdf
Initia Amharica, an introduction to spoken Amharic (Volume 2) - Armbruster, Charles Hubert.pdf
Initia Amharica, an introduction to spoken Amharic (Volume 3) - Armbruster, Charles Hubert.pdf
Initia Amharica; an introduction to spoken Amharic (Volume pt. 1) - Armbruster, C. H. 1874-1957.pdf
New Testament Ethiopic Amharic 1874 Book1.pdf
New Testament Ethiopic Amharic 1874 Book2.pdf
New Testament Ethiopic Amharic 1874 Book3.pdf
New Testament Ethiopic Amharic 1874 Book4.pdf
New Testament Ethiopic Amharic 1874 Book5.pdf
New Testament Ethiopic Amharic 1874 Book6.pdf
New Testament Ethiopic Amharic 1874 Book7.pdf
Outlines of Amharic, Containing an English, Oordoo and Amharic Vocabulary ... - Carolus Henricus Blumhardt.pdf
Suri - Amharic - English Learning book.pdf
The Modern Amharic Language - Titov, E.G..pdf


Ethiopic Old Testament
Ethiopic Genesis.pdf
Ethiopic Octateuch with special reference to the age and value of the Haverford manuscript - Boyd, James Oscar, 1874-.pdf
Psalterium Davidis aethiopice.pdf
Te'ezaza Sanbat, Commandements du Sabbat - Joseph Halevy (1827-1917).pdf
The Octateuch in Ethiopic according to the text of the Paris codex with variants of five other manuscripts - Boyd, James Oscar, 1874-1947.pdf
The Octateuch in Ethiopic according to the text of the Paris codex, with ... (Volume 1).pdf
The Octateuch in Ethiopic according to the text of the Paris codex, with ... (Volume 2).pdf
The Text of the Ethiopic Octateuch With Special Reference to the Age and Value - James Oscar Boyd.pdf
Veteris Testamenti Aethiopici tomus quintus, quo continentur Libri Apocryphi, Baruch, Epistola ... - Augustus Dillmann.pdf
 

Ethiopic Apocrypha
1 Enoch Tr from the editor's Ethiopic text with a reprint from the editor's text of the Greek fragments - Charles, R. H. 1855-1931.pdf
Old Testament Apocrypha - Compiled by M.T.pdf
The book of Enoch tr from Dillmann's Ethiopic text with uncollated Ethiopic mss., Gizeh & other Greek & Latin fragments in full - Charles, R. H. 1855-1931.pdf
The book of Jubilees, or The little Genesis - Charles, R. H. 1855-1931.pdf
The Book of Jubilees, translated from the Ethiopic - Schodde, George Henry, 1854-1917.pdf
The Ethiopic version of the book of Enoch - Charles, R. H. 1855-1931.pdf

Ethiopic New Testament
An enquiry concerning prayers for the dead - Girdlestone, W. Harding.pdf
Book of Romans Bible Commentary, Amharic version - Dr. Bob Utley.pdf
Evangelia Sacra Domini Nostri et Salvatoris Jesu Christi.pdf
Historical and linguistic studies in literature related to the New Testament (Volume 1) - Young, Edward J. 1907-1968.pdf
Historical and linguistic studies in literature related to the New Testament (Volume 2) - Young, Edward J. 1907-1968.pdf
Novum Testamentum Domini Nostri et Servatoris Jesu Christi Aethiopice; - Platt, Thomas Pell, 1798-1852.pdf
PriŠres des Falashas ou Juifs d'Abyssinie - Joseph Hal‚vy.pdf
The contendings of the Apostles the Ethiopic texts with an English translation (Volume 1) - Budge, E. A. Wallis, Sir, 1857-1934.pdf
The contendings of the Apostles the Ethiopic texts with an English translation (Volume 2) - Budge, E. A. Wallis, Sir, 1857-1934.pdf
The Ethiopic Didascalia - Harden, J. M. (John Mason), 1871-1931.pdf
The Ethiopic liturgy, its sources, development and present form - Mercer, Samuel A. B., b. 1880.pdf
The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, in Amharic.pdf

 

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COPTIC 
 

Coptic or Coptic Egyptian is the final stage of the Egyptian language, a northern Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Egypt until at least the 17th century. Egyptian began to be written using the Greek alphabet in the 1st century. The new writing system became the Coptic script, an adapted Greek alphabet with the addition of six to seven signs from the demotic script to represent Egyptian sounds the Greek language did not have. Several distinct Coptic dialects are identified, the most prominent of which are Sahidic and Bohairic.

Coptic and Demotic are grammatically closely akin to Late Egyptian, which was written in the hieroglyphic script. The main difference is in the writing. Coptic flourished as a literary language from the 2nd to 13th centuries, and its Bohairic dialect continues to be the liturgical language of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria. It was supplanted by Egyptian Arabic as a spoken language toward the early modern period, though revitalization efforts have been underway since the 19th century. The number of people who speak Coptic today reaches around 300.

This collection of instructive works on the Coptic language is intended to serve as an aid to scholarship regarding the Copts and their religious texts especially as regards the study of early Christianity. The following titles are included:

 

01.CoptVer.NT.NDial.Mat.Mark.v1.Oxf.1898._text.pdf
02.CoptVer.NT.NDial.Luk.Jn.v2.Oxf.1898._text.pdf
03.CoptVer.NT.NDial.PaulsEpist.v3.Oxf.1905._text.pdf
04.CoptiVer.NT.ND.GenEpist.Acts.Rev.v4.Oxf.1909._text.pdf
A Check List of Coptic Manuscripts in the Pierpont Morgan Library - John Pierpont Morgan , Henri Hyvernat.pdf
A Compendious Grammar of the Egyptian Language as Contained in the Coptic, Sahidic - Henry Tattam.pdf
A Coptic Palimpsest Containing Joshua, Judges, Ruth, Judith and Esther - Herbert Thompson.pdf
An Egyptian hieroglyphic dictionary - English index, king list, geological list, indexes, hieroglyphs; coptic & semitic, etc. (Volume 1) - Budge, E. A. Wallis.pdf
An Egyptian hieroglyphic dictionary - English index, king list, geological list, indexes, hieroglyphs; coptic & semitic, etc. (Volume 2) - Budge, E. A. Wallis.pdf
An Egyptian hieroglyphic dictionary - English index, king list, geological list, indexes, hieroglyphs; coptic & semitic, etc. (Volume 3) - Budge, E. A. Wallis.pdf
Catalogue of the Coptic manuscripts in the British Museum. By W.E. Crum.pdf
Coptic Apocrypha in the dialect of Upper Egypt - Budge, E. A. Wallis, Sir, 1857-1934.pdf
Coptic apocryphal Gospels - Robinson, Forbes, 1867-1904.pdf
Coptic Biblical texts in the dialect of Upper Egypt - Budge, E. A. Wallis, Sir, 1857-1934.pdf
Coptic homilies in the dialect of Upper Egypt; edited from the papyrus codex Oriental 5001 in the British museum - Budge, E. A. Wallis, Sir, 1857-1934.pdf
Coptic manuscripts brought from the Fayyum by W.M. Flinders Petrie with a papyrus in the Bodleian library - Crum, W. E. 1865-1944.pdf
Coptic Martyrdoms By E Wallis Budge Vol 01 - Wallis Budge.Pdf
Coptic Martyrdoms By E Wallis Budge Vol 02 - Wallis Budge.Pdf
Coptic monuments - Crum, W. E. (Walter Ewing), 1865-1944.pdf
Coptic ostraca - from the collections of the Egypt Exploration Fund, the Cairo Museum and others - Crum, W. E..pdf
CopticVerNTNDialect.4vols.comb.Oxford.1898.1909._text.pdf
Memoir on the comparative grammar of Egyptian, Coptic & Ude - Clarke, Hyde, 1815-1895.pdf
Memoir on the comparative grammar of Egyptian, Coptic, & Ude - Hyde Clarke.pdf
Short texts from Coptic ostraca and papyri - Crum, W. E. (Walter Ewing), 1865-1944.pdf
The ancient Coptic churches of Egypt (Volume 1) - Butler, Alfred Joshua, 1850-1936.pdf
The ancient Coptic churches of Egypt (Volume 2) - Butler, Alfred Joshua, 1850-1936.pdf
The Ancient Coptic Version of the Book of Job the Just - Henry Tattam.pdf
The apostolical constitutions; or, Canons of the apostles, in Coptic - Tattam, Henry, 1789-1868.pdf
The Canons of Athanasius of Alexandria - The Arabic and Coptic Versions - Athanasius, Walter Ewing Crum.pdf
The Coptic (Sahidic) Version of certain books of the Old Testament - Herbert Thompson.pdf
The Coptic element in languages of the Indo-European family [microform] - Campbell, John, 1840-1904.pdf
The Coptic morning service for the Lord's day - Coptic Church. Liturgy and ritual. Euchologion. English.pdf
The Coptic Psalter in the Freer collection - Worrell, William Hoyt, 1879- ed.pdf
The Coptic version of the New Testament in the northern dialect otherwise called Memphitic and Bohairic (Volume 1) - Horner, George William.pdf
The Coptic version of the New Testament in the northern dialect otherwise called Memphitic and Bohairic (Volume 2) - Horner, George William.pdf
The Coptic version of the New Testament in the northern dialect otherwise called Memphitic and Bohairic (Volume 3) - Horner, George William.pdf
The Coptic version of the New Testament in the northern dialect otherwise called Memphitic and Bohairic (Volume 4) - Horner, George William.pdf
The Coptic version of the New Testament in the Southern dialect otherwise called Sahidic and Thebaic (Volume 1) - Horner, George William, 1849-1930.pdf
The Coptic version of the New Testament in the Southern dialect otherwise called Sahidic and Thebaic (Volume 2) - Horner, George William, 1849-1930.pdf
The Coptic version of the New Testament in the Southern dialect otherwise called Sahidic and Thebaic (Volume 3) - Horner, George William, 1849-1930.pdf
The Coptic version of the New Testament in the Southern dialect otherwise called Sahidic and Thebaic (Volume 4) - Horner, George William, 1849-1930.pdf
The Coptic version of the New Testament in the Southern dialect otherwise called Sahidic and Thebaic (Volume 5) - Horner, George William, 1849-1930.pdf
The Coptic version of the New Testament in the Southern dialect otherwise called Sahidic and Thebaic (Volume 6) - Horner, George William, 1849-1930.pdf
The Coptic version of the New Testament in the Southern dialect otherwise called Sahidic and Thebaic (Volume 7) - Horner, George William, 1849-1930.pdf
The Coptic version of the New Testament in the Southern dialect otherwise called Sahidic and Thebaic (Volume 3) - Horner, George William, 1849-1930.pdf
The Coptic version of the New Testament in the Southern dialect otherwise called Sahidic and Thebaic (Volume 4) - Horner, George William, 1849-1930.pdf
The Coptic version of the New Testament in the Southern dialect otherwise called Sahidic and Thebaic (Volume 5) - Horner, George William, 1849-1930.pdf
The Coptic version of the New Testament in the Southern dialect otherwise called Sahidic and Thebaic (Volume 6) - Horner, George William, 1849-1930.pdf
The Divine Liturgy of Saint Mark the Evangelist Tr. from an Old Coptic Ms - Solomon Caesar Malan.pdf
The new biblical papyrus, a Sahidic version of Deuteronomy, Jonah, and Acts of the Apostles from MS.Or. 7594 of the British Museum - Thompson, Herbert, Sir, 1859-1944.pdf
Theological texts from Coptic papyri - Crum, W. E. 1865-1944.pdf

 

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