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Syriac language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Syriac was the local accent of Aramaic in Edessa, that evolved under the influence of Church of the East and Syriac Orthodox Church into its current form.

Syriac Christianity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Syriac Christian heritage is transmitted through various Neo Aramaic dialects (particularly the Syriac dialect of Assyria and Upper Mesopotamia) of old Aramaic.

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Examples from the Web for Syriac Expand Contemporary Examples Not so: there are Christians there too, like the Syriac Orthodox Patriarch. Why Won’t the West Defend ...

Syriac Bible - Syriac Orthodox Church

Overview of the translations of the Bible in Syriac and commentaries on the Bible.

Syriac alphabet, languages and pronunciation - Omniglot

Details of the Syriac alphabet and the Syriac/Aramaic language, which is spoken by about 200,000 people in Iraq, Syria, Iran and a number of other countries.

Syriac - definition of Syriac by The Free Dictionary

The Latin tongue is hardly understood, Syriac is unknown, Greek so odious that 'tis accounted no ignorance in the most learned to skip a Greek word without reading it ...

Ancient Scripts: Syriac

The Syriac script is one of the myriad of Aramaic variants that appeared in the ancient Fertile Crescent around the 1st century CE. It was used to write Syriac, a ...

Syriac Orthodox Church - A Brief Overview

The page provides a broad overview of the Syriac Orthodox Church, its origins and history, faith and doctrine, form of worship, ecclesiastical organization, etc.

About Syriac - Beth Mardutho

Origins of Syriac. Syriac is a form of Aramaic, a language whose many dialects have been in continuous use since the 11th century BC. Originally the language of the ...

Syriac | Definition of Syriac by Merriam-Webster

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