(also Peshito /-tō/)
- The ancient Syriac version of the Bible, used in Syriac-speaking Christian countries from the early 5th century and still the official Bible of the Syrian Christian Churches.More example sentences
- Modem expositors simply cannot control the information from the Aramaic Targums, Syriac Peshitta, or Latin Vulgate, to name the most important.
- Burgon's followers dated the Peshitta in the second century and defended the view that it was Byzantine.
- After all these years, we now can come to a better perception than either side had: the Syriac Peshitta is indeed fairly early, sometime before the year AD 451.
Syriac, literally 'simple, plain'.
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