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Lexical Tools to the Syriac New Testament

by Kiraz, George A.

Gorgias Press 2002

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Overview

This is a Syriac-English dictionary based on word frequencies, tables of conjugations, a list of homographs, a list of Greek words, a skeleton grammar, and more. It is a necessary tool for any student of New Testament Syriac. Expand your understanding of the Syriac text with the Logos Bible Software edition of The Earliest Life of Christ: The Diatessaron of Tatian.

Key Features

  • Skeleton Syriac Grammar by Sebastian P. Brock which abstracts the main features of Syriac morphology in tabular form
  • Contains a selective bibliography providing a list of works which can be of use to the student of New Testament Syriac

Praise for the Print Edition

Syriac students who digest the material in this volume will be able to read the Syriac New Testament with ease and pleasure.

—C. Morrison, Orientalia Christiana Periodica

Here, then, is a helpful book that will provide direction for those who are beginning their study of the Syriac New Testament. Hopefully many New Testament students will see it as an invitation to a discipline that has been unjustifiably neglected by contemporary scholarship.

—Richard A. Taylor, Bibliotheca Sacra

Product Details

  • Title: Lexical Tools to the Syriac New Testament
  • Author: George Anton Kiraz
  • Publisher: Gorgias Press
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 136

About George Anton Kiraz

George Anton Kiraz holds a BSc in Engineering from California State University, Northridge; an MSt in Syriac Studies from Oxford, an MPhil in Computer Speech and Language Processing from Cambridge, and a PhD in Computational Linguistics, also from Cambridge. His recent publications include an aligned Comparative Edition of the Syriac Gospels and a Concordance to the Syriac New Testament.