Mandaic and the Palestinian Question

@article{Hberl2021MandaicAT,
  title={Mandaic and the Palestinian Question},
  author={H{\"a}berl},
  journal={Journal of the American Oriental Society},
  year={2021},
  volume={141},
  pages={171-184}
}
  • Häberl
  • Published 2021
  • Linguistics
  • Journal of the American Oriental Society
In his 1875 description of the language, Theodor Nöldeke describes Mandaic as among the purest of the Aramaic languages and the furthest from Western Aramaic, particularly with respect to its lexicon. As Mandæans identify their faith with that of John the Baptist and his community of followers, this observation is not without relevance for assessing the veracity of their accounts and reconstructing their history prior to the advent of Islam. Departing from the assumption that these accounts are… 

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