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Daily Quiz for February 18, 2013

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The Bible's New Testament was originally written in Greek and the Old Testament in Hebrew, except for some chapters in Daniel and Ezra, which were written in this language.

  • Latin
  • Yiddish
  • Aramaic
  • Sanskrit

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    Robert Kapanjie says:

    Aramaic is still spoke in some small isolated communities in the near east '—Syria, Iraq. Aramaic is not a dead language, but it is an endangered language. The ghostly handwriting on the wall in Rembrandt's Belshazzars Feast is thought by some to be written in Aramaic.The story is found in the Book of Daniel which adds credence to this theory. Most experts however believe that it is a form of Hebrew.

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