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ARAMAIC Preperation Course
Registration Deadline: Monday January 13th, 2014
The Ishtar Cultural Association is happy to introduce a new program that explores the roots, history, and language of the Aramaic culture. Aramaic Studies is a comprehensive program dedicated to teaching students how to speak the Aramaic language, while allowing students to fullfil their language and cultural requirements at almost all Colleges or Universities. The program consists of 4 classes, (Aramaic 110 and Advanced Culture 399) & (Aramaic 210 and Advanced Culture 400) both allowing for the development of oral and verbal skills of the Aramaic language, as well as an introductory course on the culture and history
All sessions are live at regular classroom hours (Tue 5:30pm - 8pm) Information is available upon request,for more information please contact us at (586) 495-4748.
Why pay more for Language Credits,
when you can earn 4 credits learning Aramaic?
The Aramaic language is best identified as the language spoken by Jesus Christ. The language descends from the Ancient Sumerians and Akkadians, and has transformed from the cuneiform language dating back to 3,500 B.C. Syriac is the eastern dialect of Aramaic and is spoken by modern day Chaldean Assyrian Syriacs. The course will specifically cover the Syriac dialect, with brief overview of other Aramaic dialects.
Mesopotamia also known as the land between two rivers is referred to as the cradle of civilization. Aramaic-speaking people such as the Chaldean Assyrian Syriacs, are descendent of the ancient Babylonians and Assyrians who settled in Mesopotamia. The Aramaic program focuses on the history of the Aramaic-speaking people from the beginnings of Sumerian existence, to the recent state of Iraq.
Many Aramaic speaking people live in northern Iraq, mostly in the Nineveh province. Many Aramaic Speaking people have fled Iraq because of persecution starting from the early 70’s. The Nineveh province contains many villages each with similar traditions and dialects. The Aramaic program gives students the ability to understand the Aramaic language through geographical differences in dialects.
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