Aramaic Annotations, Pt. 15

In the 15th installation of my "Aramaic Annotations" series, I offer what I perceive to be a VERY helpful and useful resources. Best of all, you can get it for absolutely free! It is a table that allows you to see the differences and similarities between the Babylonian & Tiberian vowel pointings of Aramaic. It contains, as you see below, the “vowel names”, the points for the supra-linear (supralinear) Babylonian script, the points for the sub-linear (sublinear) Tiberian script, as well as the transliteration and pronunciation keys for both the Babylonian and Tiberian Aramaic systems. If you use this, all I ask is that you keep the copyright on it. If you make changes or simply want to reduplicate this with modifications, please, email me first. For other installations of these notes, see the table at the foot of this post. Also, visit my GettingAramaic website!!! Enjoy!





+ Link: "Aramaic Annoations, Pt. 1"
+ Link: "Aramaic Annoations, Pt. 3"
+ Link: "Aramaic Annoations, Pt. 5"
+ Link: "Aramaic Annoations, Pt. 7"
+ Link: "Aramaic Annoations, Pt. 9"
+ Link: "Aramaic Annoations, Pt. 11"
+ Link: "Aramaic Annoations, Pt. 13"
+ Link: "Aramaic Annoations, Pt. 2"
+ Link: "Aramaic Annoations, Pt. 4"
+ Link: "Aramaic Annoations, Pt. 6"
+ Link: "Aramaic Annoations, Pt. 8"
+ Link: "Aramaic Annoations, Pt. 10"
+ Link: "Aramaic Annoations, Pt. 12"
+ Link: "Aramaic Annoations, Pt. 14"

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