Leipzig: J.C. Hinrichs'sche Buchhandlung, 1894. Softcover. 8vo. xi. [i]. 348 pp. Original wrappers. Grammar of Jewish-Palestinian Aramaic, according to both the Jerusalem and Babylonian Talmud as well as "Targum Onkelus". Written by acclaimed German Orientalist Gustav Hermann Dalman (see below). Owner stamp to front wrapper: "Grand Rabbin Prof. Dr. M.A. Halevy". Owner's signature and postet also at front wrapper. Most of spine missing, with book held together by external string. If not for string, book would be loose. Creasing and minor tears to page edges. Age wear. Pages loose, held together by external string. In German. Fair condition. fair. Item #18475
Gustaf Hermann Dalman (1855-1941) was a German Protestant theologian and Orientalist.
From 1902 to 1917 Dalman was a first director of the German Evangelist institute for antiquity science in Jerusalem helped to create the Institute for Biblical Land and Antiquity (now called the Gustaf Dalman institute).
Dalman accomplished training courses for young theologians from Germany until 1914. He regularly observed, photographed and documented publications the living conditions of the farmers and Bedouins in Palestine. A multitalented and gifted scholar, author and scientist.
(Source: Public Domain Encyclopedia).