Excerpt from An Aramaic Method, Vol. 2: A Class Book for the Study of the Elements of Aramaic From Bible and Targums; Elements of Grammar
In the following brief outline, the writer is indebted especially to Drs. Berliner, Kautzsch and Levy, in their recently published works, ... and to Dr. Burnham, in addition to such aid, for the trans lation of Genesis I. Given in the Appendix and for many useful suggestions. The author cannot refrain from expressing his grati fication that, for rejection of the term Chaldee from the title page of his Met/10d, he can now refer to the distinguished authority of Professor Kautzsch.
No apology is needed for the issue of this brief grammar. The number of students using the reading-book, even Without this part, has exceeded the author's most sanguine expectations. This fact,~however, has forced him to write grammatical notes which have been necessarily prepared in great haste, and an apology is needed for their grave imperfections. It can be regretted by no one more than by the writer that an exhaustive examination of the latest edition of Onkelos has not been possible to him. Serious question arose, whether these notes should be printed at all, until such an examination had been made, but the necessity for something of the sort seemed imperative.
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