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i was wondering, i know there are translations of the Peshitta New Testament, but are there any interlinear peshitta books out there? of course i know about the one for the gospels and acts here, and dukhrana's interlinear, but it is with Etheridge as the translation text. i am talking about a complete New Testament Interlinear (literal?) Version i can put on my shelf <!-- sSmile --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/smile.gif" alt="Smile" title="Smile" /><!-- sSmile -->
any info is helpful,

much love and blessings,
Shlama to you Akhi Yochanan,

I believe David Bauscher's is an interlinear, as is mine, which I have high hopes of being out in July.

Shlama w'burkate
Andrew Gabriel Roth
Shlama Akhi Yochanan,

I have translated all 27 books of The Peshitta-Peshitto NT as an interlinear. You can find it at
The Gospels are available as a free download. The whole NT is available in print for $39.95 in 6x9 format with square Hebrew letters for the Aramaic.
The whole is 800 pages with many textual notes and primacy proofs.
I believe it will convince you that all 27 books were originally written in Aramaic, not Greek.

I have also used the interlinear to produce The Original Aramaic New testament in Plain English, which is a prose English translation, yet very literal.
That is available for as little as $27.95. There are different formats. This one has all the notes of the interlinear as well, but not the appendix.

Have a look around the web site. I have produced aa Aramaic-English:English-Aramaic Dictionary, as well as other books on the subject. One is a free download as well.
All 5 books are available on CD for $19.99.

Burkta b'Maran (Blessings in our Lord),


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