RARE comprehensive grammar of documents written in Aramaic found in the eleven caves of Qumran and the surrounding locations by Takamitsu Muraoka (b.1938) - an eminent Japanese Hebraist, from 1991 till 2003 Chair of Hebrew, Israelite Antiquities and Ugaritic at Leiden University, Netherlands, most notable for his studies of Hebrew and Aramaic linguistics, and the ancient translations of the Bible, notably of the Septuagint. INCLUDES POSTCARD WITH SIGNED DEDICATION BY AUTHOR. The dedicatee is the world-renowned epigrapher and member of the Faculty of Humanities at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Ada Yardeni (1937-2018). 300x215mm. XLVI+285 pages. Red cloth Hardcover with dust-jacket. Gilt lettering on front cover and spine. Jacket rubbed. Jacket upper edge wrinkled. Cover upper corners and spine edges bumped. Bump-mark on rear cover. Bump-mark on front cover bottom edge. [SUMMARY]: This book, an indispensable research tool for scholars of Aramaic linguistics, Jewish history and religion of the Second Temple period, and the New Testament, with signed postcard by the distinguished author, is in good condition.