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Notizen zu aramäischen Texten aus Hatra und Umgebung

Marco Moriggi

Pages 313 - 326


The contribution features a study regarding a group of Hatran Aramaic inscriptions. This selection of texts includes both published (but later neglected) and unpublished inscriptions. By means of new pictures and a thorough analysis of previous literature, some innovative proposals about transliterations and translations could be provided. The texts were furthermore included in the numeration of Hatran Aramaic texts according to the latest outcomes of the scholarly discussion.

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