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Aramaic Septuagint

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Aramaic Septuagint
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Book Information
Genre: Bible
First appearance: "Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily"

The Aramaic Septuagint is a translation of the Bible, one of many which the Flanders family own.

History[edit]

When the Flanders family played "Bible Question Bombardment" with the Simpson children, the Aramaic Septuagint was on the shelf along with the family's many other Bibles.

Behind the Laughter[edit]

Aramaic was the common language of Israel in the New Testament era and portions of the Old Testament were written in it. The Septuagint is an Ancient Greek translation of the Old Testament, which was originally written mostly in Hebrew. The Aramaic Septuagint, then, would appear to be an all-Aramaic translation of the Old Testament.

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