OT- Ancient Near Eastern Languages

Katy Miller kmiller at BIB-ARCH.ORG
Mon Aug 8 13:55:34 UTC 2005

Hello All. 
I’ve been asked to consider an unsolicited manuscript for possible
publication in the magazine I work for now. It is not written by a
linguist, and I have some questions. I was wondering if anyone out there
knows, or knows of someone who specializes in, ancient near eastern
languages who could clear some things up for me. 
The paper is on the lack of mentioned interpreters in the Bible, and how
the Egyptian, Aramaic, Hebrew, Philistine etc. peoples managed to
communicate with each other (the author is assuming all recorded events
i.e. Moses’ exchange with his brother Aaron, or Abraham’s conversations
with Pharaoh, or the Sanhedrin’s and Pilate’s dialogue, actually
happened, of course.)
Kathleen E. Miller
Assistant Editor 
Bible Review & Biblical Archaeology Review
Biblical Archaeology Society
4710 41st St., NW
Washington, DC 20016
202-364-3300 * 230
202-364-2636 (fax)
kmiller at bib-arch.org

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