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* Penn has it
 
* Penn has it
 
* Glottolog lists this under resources for Chaldean Neo-Aramaic
 
* Glottolog lists this under resources for Chaldean Neo-Aramaic
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''Chaldean language: Elementary course.'' 1996. Jammo, Sarhad Y. Hermiz.
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* The Library Network in Michigan has it. The real question is, can we get it through ILL?
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* WorldCat says it's in Chamorro, but that sounds rather...unlikely
  
 
== Scientific Works (working list) ==
 
== Scientific Works (working list) ==

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Grammatical Descriptions (working list)

The Neo-Aramaic dialect of Barwar. [1] 2008. Khan, Geoffrey.

  • 2000+ page grammar
  • PDF online (at least right now...)
  • Barwar region of Northern Iraq, specifically several villages along the river Be-Xelape
  • A variety of North-Eastern Neo-Aramaic
  • Glottolog lists this under resources for Assyrian Neo-Aramaic

The Neo-Aramaic dialect of Qaraqosh. 2002. Khan, Geoffrey. [2]

  • A variety of North-Eastern Neo-Aramaic as spoken in the city of Qaraqosh, a bit south of the Barwar region
  • "One of the most archaic dialects" of North-Eastern Neo-Aramaic [3]
  • 700+ pages
  • Penn has it
  • Glottolog lists this under resources for Chaldean Neo-Aramaic

Chaldean language: Elementary course. 1996. Jammo, Sarhad Y. Hermiz.

  • The Library Network in Michigan has it. The real question is, can we get it through ILL?
  • WorldCat says it's in Chamorro, but that sounds rather...unlikely

Scientific Works (working list)

Discontinuous morphology in Modern Aramaic. 1993. Rubba.

  • 500+ pages
  • UC San Diego has it and that's the closest place