LANGUAGE & LITERACY IN ROMAN JUDAEA
This comprehensive exploration of the multi-lingual environment of Roman Palestine is based on the extensive study of 145 Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek, and Nabataean contracts and letters. Wise explores questions of who could read in these ancient times, what they read, and how language worked in this complex multi-tongued milieu.
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