Robert Wilson’s Introductory Syriac Method and Manual is an excellent resource for anyone seeking to gain basic knowledge of Syriac. Wilson’s text is based on the structure of the corresponding Introductory Hebrew Method and Manual by W. R. Harper—the American linguist who set the standard in nineteenth-century introductory language texts, pioneering the use of inductive methods. Designed for the beginner, Wilson’s text utilizes these methods to create a comprehensive tool for students. This volume includes 18 lessons, along with word lists, a glossary, notes, and biblical texts in Syriac.
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- Provides an introduction to Syriac
- Includes helpful lessons and notes
- Offers language-learning materials for the beginners
- Manual—Part I
- Manual—Part II
- Word Lists—Syriac
- Word Lists—English
- Transliteration of Genesis I
- Translation of Genesis I–IV
- Title: Introductory Syriac Method and Manual
- Author: Robert Dick Wilson
- Publisher: Charles Scribner’s Sons
- Publication Date: 1891
- Pages: 160
About Robert Wilson
Robert Wilson was professor of Old Testament languages and history at the Western Theological Seminary in Allegheny, Pennsylvania.