By Eleonora Cussini
A trip to Palmyra originates from the need to recollect Delbert R. Hillers, who enormously contributed together with his paintings to Palmyrene stories. in spite of the fact that, it's not intended simply as a memorial quantity, yet as a study device. It comprises 13 papers by means of students within the box of Palmyrene experiences and Semitics targeting diversified elements of Palmyrene heritage, social heritage, artwork, archaeology and philology, with book of newly came upon inscriptions. It deals a state of the art dialogue on a number of matters relating the sector of Palmyrene experiences, and illustrates methodologies to be hired that allows you to elevate our wisdom of the advanced and multifaceted tradition of old Palmyra and of neighbouring parts. Readership: students and scholars - undergraduates and graduates - within the box of Semitics, Classics, historic historical past, Archaeology and artwork, religious study, and all these attracted to the historical past of old Palmyra.
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64) FJDVJ,L:" “army” (DNWSI, 88): on the basis of the accompanying Greek text "sãr[ãwm"] is a likely restoration in PAT 0305 of AD 130/1. The word is not found in Syriac. (65) FJD"J0(`H “general, military governor” (DNWSI, 87; BA 117; Br 34a, 469a): the absolute form, "sãrãg is the more frequently found (thus PAT 0278 of AD 242, "sãrãg lqlny’, PAT 0285 of AD 262, and PAT 2757 of AD 225), though the emphatic, "sãr[ãg]" occurs in an inscription of AD 168 from Dura Europos (PAT 1085). 1). g. 7 wlsãrãg".
Bedjan 1890, V, p. 125). (32) ÊBB46`H (DNWSI, 292; BA 119, 120): both hpq" (PAT 0283 of AD 258/9, and PAT 0289 of AD 267) and hpqws (PAT 0286 dated AD 264, and PAT 1625 of AD 213) are found. In Syriac "pqws oc- greek and latin in palmyrene inscriptions 17 curs in Sachau 1907, I, p. 54 (line 20); hpws < ÊBB,bH features in Drijvers–Healey, P 1, dated AD 243. (33) ÆJ"846`H (BA 123): both "yãlq["] and "yãlyq["] occur in the Tariff (PAT 0259). g. PAT 0284 of AD 262, PAT 1357 of AD 193, PAT 2812 of AD 273), though qysr is found in the Tariff (PAT 0259, ii line 62).
The word is not attested in Syriac. g. PAT 0520 of AD 149, PAT 1562 of AD 89), and the 3 m. s. suffix to the plural, "sãwwhy is also attested in PAT 1562 and PAT 1561 (likewise of AD 89). In Syriac "sãw" is quite commonly found (already in the Peshitta Old Testament and the Old Syriac Gospels: Brock 1967, pp. 418-419); though the absolute and emphatic plurals, "esãwÊn, "esãw¿, are both attested, no example of any suffixed form is known to me. (64) FJDVJ,L:" “army” (DNWSI, 88): on the basis of the accompanying Greek text "sãr[ãwm"] is a likely restoration in PAT 0305 of AD 130/1.