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This particular Aramaic dialect served not only as the official language of Persia but also as the lingua franca of the Near East.
The Aramaic inscriptions of Jerusalem, Aramaic words found in the New Testament, the Nabatean Aramaic, the Palmyrean Aramaic, that of Hatra, of Dura-Europos, and (partly) the Aramaic ideograms of Middle Persian are all in Middle Aramaic.
The Onkelos translation of the Bible (see *Targum ) also seems to belong to this period, as does the language of most of those scrolls from the *Dead Sea Scrolls written in Aramaic.
It remains however to be determined which language influenced which.
The Hebrew ז, which equals the Arabic ذ (dh), corresponds to the Aramaic ד – in Hebrew זהב, in Arabic ذﻫﺐ (dhahab), and in Aramaic דְהַב ("gold"); the Hebrew צ, which parallels the Arabic ض (ḍ), corresponds to the Aramaic ע – in Hebrew אֶרֶץ, in Arabic ارض (arḍ), in Aramaic אֲרַע ("land"); the Hebrew צ which parallels the Arabic ظ (ẓ), corresponds to the Aramaic ט – in Hebrew עֵצָה, in Arabic ﻋﻈﺔ (ʿiẓa), in Aramaic עֵטָא ("counsel"); the Hebrew ש, which equals the Arabic ث (th), corresponds to the Aramaic ת – in Hebrew שָׁלֹשׁ, in Arabic ﻼﺗث (thalāth), in Aramaic תְּלַת ("three"); the א has become weakened in Aramaic to such an extent that when beside the letter ה it also serves as a mater lectionis.
(The double dagger indicates a reconstructed form.) (See Table: Paradigm of Strong Verb.) In the pronoun there is the tendency to exchange the final ם for ן (cf. The demonstrative pronoun of proximity is דְּנָא (masc.), דּא (fem.), אֵלֵּ(י)ן, אֵלֶּה, אֵל (plur.).
The objective pronouns are attached to the imperfect by inserting a מ or a נ.In biblical Aramaic, the pronunciation of the phonemes ב׳ג׳ד׳ כ׳פ׳ת׳ (bgd kpt) are governed practically by the same rules as in Hebrew.Traces of this double pronunciation can be detected in the modern dialects.The Uruk document which dates from this period is the only Aramaic document written in cuneiform.While the common denominator of all these dialects is their effort to imitate Official Aramaic, they also contain elements of Late Aramaic. Late Aramaic may be divided into two dialectal groups: Western Aramaic – including Galilean Aramaic, Palestinian-Christian Aramaic, and Samaritan Aramaic; and Eastern Aramaic – consisting of three dialects: Syriac, the language of the Babylonian Talmud, and Mandaic. 1) The Aramaic parts of the Bible: Genesis (two words); Jeremiah ; Daniel 2:4–; and Ezra 4:8–6:8; and –26.Aramaic has the additional conjugation of hi/ʾitpәʿel which serves as a passive and a reflexive of paʿal.