Supplement to Aramaic Studies

Supplements to Aramaic Studies (STAS) serves as a companion to the journal Aramaic Studies by providing a publishing venue for book-length studies in any area related to Aramaic. The editors welcome submissions on any dialect of Aramaic, from Old Aramaic and Achaemenid Aramaic to Neo-Aramaic in all its diversity, from Hatran, Palmyrene and Nabatean through biblical and Qumran Aramaic to the dialects of the Late Roman and Byzantine periods, including Syriac, Mandaic, and the various Jewish dialects. A variety of scholarly approaches are possible: historical, philological, linguistic, exegetical, literary or theological. Critical editions of primary sources are also welcome.
Editors-in-Chief: Aaron Butts, The Catholic University of America and Willem Smelik, University College London

Editorial Board
Moshe Bernstein, Yeshiva University
Aaron Butts, Catholic University, Washington
Bruce Chilton, Bard College
Edward M. Cook, Catholic University of America
Luis Díez Merino, University of Barcelona

Supplements to Aramaic Studies (STAS) serves as a companion to the journal Aramaic Studies by providing a publishing venue for book-length studies in any area related to Aramaic. The editors welcome submissions on any dialect of Aramaic, from Old Aramaic and Achaemenid Aramaic to Neo-Aramaic in all its diversity, from Hatran, Palmyrene and Nabatean through biblical and Qumran Aramaic to the dialects of the Late Roman and Byzantine periods, including Syriac, Mandaic, and the various Jewish dialects. A variety of scholarly approaches are possible: historical, philological, linguistic, exegetical, literary or theological. Critical editions of primary sources are also welcome.