This, then, is the Aramaic Lord’s Prayer panel, now that it is completed. For those of you who like to know these things, I estimate that it took about a week (on and off) to design it, 45 hours to stitch all the blue lettering, and about 120 hours altogether to make this panel. 321 more words
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The Lord's Prayer - an Aramaic transliteration in surface embroidery: 8 - 'Ameyn' embroidered area, bottom edge border, and mounting the panel
This is the original design I chose from the ‘World of Ornament’ book to run along the bottom edge of the Aramaic Lord’s Prayer panel. It is Moorish-inspired. 961 more words
While studying for my Aramaic comprehensive exam last fall I noticed an interesting connection between Daniel 3:1 and Ezra 6:3.
Daniel 3:1 reads:
Nebuchadnezzar the king made an image of gold, whose height was sixty cubits and its width six cubits. 273 more words
Back in 2004 I worked at Erciyes University in central Turkey. When some of the final year students approached me to be a chaperone on a four day three night trip to the east of Turkey I jumped at the chance. 2,070 more words