3 thoughts on “Syriac Inscription Found in Edessa

  1. Looks fascinating! I hope someday to be able to read things like that. =]

    I’m looking forward to hearing back from you w.r.t. my last e-mails about classes… it’s been several days. I hope I haven’t offended somehow. =[


  2. Very interesting post!! It’s good to see some archaeological evidence, other than the Aramaic Peshitta, of the Estrangela script in this area. Edessa was the heart of the Aramaic-speaking Estrangela-writing community in the 1st century, which is why the early Peshitta MSS used the Estrangela script.

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