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A retrospective lexico-semantic study of symbiotic mainstream Jerusalem Arabic, spoken by mixed and contiguous communities, shattered by existential, religious, political, and cultural clashes leading to aloofness and armed conflict resulting in Arabic-Hebrew split.
This linguistic description of Classical Syriac on the basis of a study of the early versions of the Gospel of Matthew makes a contribution to the understanding of Syriac and Semitic syntax as well as to questions of New Testament textual criticism.
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