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Discussion in 'Exposition & Bible Study' started by LawrenceRaymond, Oct 13, 2017.

  1. LawrenceRaymond

    LawrenceRaymond New Member

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    Greetings to one and all, One of my favorite websites is www.dukhrana.com It compares Greek-to-English translations with Aramaic-to-English translations. The Peshitta Tool compares Greek NT (Westcott-Hort 1881 combined with Nestle-Aland 27th variants) [apparatus], Greek NT (New Testament in the Original Greek: Byzantine Textform 2005),Greek NT (Stephens' 1550 Textus Receptus combined with Scrivener's 1894 Textus Receptus), Greek NT (Tischendorf 8th), Greek NT (Official Greek Orthodox Church NT)
    The Aramaic-to-English translations include Dr. John W. Etheridge's English Peshitta translation, Dr. James Murdock's English Peshitta translation, Dr. George Lamsa's English Peshitta translation, and Paul Younan's Aramaic-English Interlinear. Old Syriac Curetonian Gospels and Old Syriac Sinaitic Palimpsest are also available. There are also check boxes for the King James Version, check boxes for Hebrew NT (Franz Delitzsch 11th Ed.) Latin Vulgate (Clementine Vulgate).
    The Crawford Codex, Khabouris Codex, and Yonan Codex each have their links. All 510 pages of the Khabouris are viewable. Stephen P. Silver has transcription, translation, original images, with complete indexing throughout. The best I can tell about the Khabouris Codex is that it is an 11th century work with the prefatory colophon stating that it is a copy of another manuscript from the Great Persecution under Shapur II (a Persian magnate who lived from 309 A. D to 379 A. D.). Under the Crawford Codex link, Stephen P. Silver transcribed 2nd Peter, 2nd and 3rd John, and Jude. Greg Glaser did the transcription, translation, and commentary on Revelation. Lexicons include BROCKELMANN LEXICON SYRIACUM | CASTELLI Lexicon Syriacum|COSTAZ Syriac-French-English-Arabic Dictionary | JENNINGS Lexicon to the Syriac New Testament | JASTROW A Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushlami, and the Midrashic Literature Volume I & II ] R. PAYNE SMITH Thesaurus Syriacus J. Payne Smith's (Mrs. Margoliouth) A Compendious Syriac Dictionary | J. P. Margoliouth's Supplement to the Thesaurus Syriacus of R. Payne Smith, S.T.P. ][Hassan bar Bahlul's
    Syriac Lexicon VOLUME 1 & 2 (10th century) | TOMA AUDO Treasure of the Syriac Language VOLUME 1 (ALAPH-KAPH) & VOLUME 2 (LAMADH-TAW)|Bishop J. E. Manna's CHALDEAN - ARABIC DICTIONARY DUKHRANA ANALYTICAL LEXICON, and [ MULTIPLE LEXICON SEARCH ]
    The Peshitta Tool uses the SEDRA (Syriac Electronic Data Retrieval Archive) of George Kiraz. The four Gospels have a link for each verse from the commentary of Ishodad of Merv (circa 850 A. D.).
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