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So, I decided to scrap the audio I recorded for the Aramaic lesson and start over.
I simply didn’t think it was good enough, and the focus of the lesson was completely off.
However, now I have a much better introduction to greetings that I think will get stuck in your heads better.
More info soon.
The next Conversational Galilean YouTube video’s audio has been recorded, and I’ll tell you that it’s tough to find enough quiet time to do so in a house with two kids under 10 and a 4 month old.
Sadly it’s going to be a short one, but if I’m going to try and get a few more out by the end of next week.
The James Ossuary has been quiet for quite a while, but in the ramp-up to Easter things always tend… Read more →
With only a few snags — er… *ahem* and a huge unintended Twitter and Facebook blast — The Aramaic Blog… Read more →
So, I’m presently thinking long and hard about merging The Aramaic Blog and AramaicNT.org (The Aramaic New Testament) permanently. Over at The Aramaic Blog,… Read more →
So, I’m presently thinking long and hard about merging The Aramaic Blog and AramaicNT.org (The Aramaic New Testament) permanently. Here at The… Read more →