Preface

Preface [ AS 1 (2003) 163-64] ISSN 1477-8351 Preface In this issue of Aramaic Studies , we present the first group of selected papers from the international Conference Aramith, held at Halifax Hall, University of Sheffield, from July 23-25, 2002. The theme of the Conference was Aramaic Lexicography, and the program consisted of the following presentations: Siam Bhayro (Yale University), ‘Sergius translation of Galen’s Book of Simple Drugs ’; Roberta Borghero (University of Cambridge), ‘The Neo-Aramaic di- alect of Ashitha’; Sebastian Brock (University of Oxford), ‘Syriac Lex- icography: Reflections on resources and sources’; Eleanor Coghill (Uni- versity of Cambridge), ‘The Neo-Aramaic dialect of Alqosh’; Sally Gold (Leo Baeck College, London), ‘The problematic eben hazita in Qumran Job (11Q10) 38.6 reconsidered’; Professor Geoffrey Khan (University of Cambridge), ‘The North-Eastern Neo-Aramaic dialects’; Professor Theodore Kwasman (University of Cologne), ‘Look it up in . . . ? Dic- tionaries—a scholarly enigma’; Dan Levene (University of Southamp- ton), ‘Word-smithing: Some metallurgical terms in Hebrew and Ara- maic’; Kristine Mole (University of Cambridge), ‘A comparison of the Christian and Jewish dialects of Zakho’; Marco Moriggi (University of Florence), ‘A new collection of incantation bowls from Rome’; Professor Michael Sokoloff (Bar-Ilan University), ‘The new Dictionary http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aramaic Studies Brill

Preface

Aramaic Studies , Volume 1 (2): 163 – Jan 1, 2003

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© 2003 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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[ AS 1 (2003) 163-64] ISSN 1477-8351 Preface In this issue of Aramaic Studies , we present the first group of selected papers from the international Conference Aramith, held at Halifax Hall, University of Sheffield, from July 23-25, 2002. The theme of the Conference was Aramaic Lexicography, and the program consisted of the following presentations: Siam Bhayro (Yale University), ‘Sergius translation of Galen’s Book of Simple Drugs ’; Roberta Borghero (University of Cambridge), ‘The Neo-Aramaic di- alect of Ashitha’; Sebastian Brock (University of Oxford), ‘Syriac Lex- icography: Reflections on resources and sources’; Eleanor Coghill (Uni- versity of Cambridge), ‘The Neo-Aramaic dialect of Alqosh’; Sally Gold (Leo Baeck College, London), ‘The problematic eben hazita in Qumran Job (11Q10) 38.6 reconsidered’; Professor Geoffrey Khan (University of Cambridge), ‘The North-Eastern Neo-Aramaic dialects’; Professor Theodore Kwasman (University of Cologne), ‘Look it up in . . . ? Dic- tionaries—a scholarly enigma’; Dan Levene (University of Southamp- ton), ‘Word-smithing: Some metallurgical terms in Hebrew and Ara- maic’; Kristine Mole (University of Cambridge), ‘A comparison of the Christian and Jewish dialects of Zakho’; Marco Moriggi (University of Florence), ‘A new collection of incantation bowls from Rome’; Professor Michael Sokoloff (Bar-Ilan University), ‘The new Dictionary

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