Dropsie College Theses

Date of Award

Spring 5-11-1949

Degree Type


Degree Name

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

First Advisor

Cyrus H. Gordon

Second Advisor

Joseph Reider

Third Advisor

Solomon L. Skoss


It is the purpose of this thesis to fill a long felt need for a grammatical study of the Jewish Babylonian Aramaic texts. A sufficient number of the texts have now been published to provide a corpus for this undertaking. In making available the essential data on this dialect to the scholars who will some day write a comparative grammar of the Aramaic dialects, it is hoped that Semitic Studies in general and Talmudic Studies in particular may be served.


Library at the Katz Center - Archives Room Manuscript. PJ5202 .R677 1949.

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