By Bezalel Porten T. Muraoka
This up to date grammar of Egyptian Aramaic of the center of the 1st millennium BCE is intended to interchange P. Leander's grammar of 1928, but in addition has a considerable part on syntax, which used to be completely missing in Leander's grammar. The grammar relies on a miles larger volume of texts than is the case with Leander's grammar, but additionally on an variation of texts incorporating a private clean examine of them as provided in Porten and Yardeni's Textbook of Aramaic Texts from Ancien Egypt (1986).
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