Aramaic and Hebrew the Languages Spoken in 1st Century CE Judea

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The author is an enthusiastic student on the Jewish Roots of Early Christianity and he worked for 35 years as a Christian Pilgrims Guide in Jerusalem. The research is based on the latest archaeological findings in the Judean Desert. English and Spanish versions in the same eBook.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Camilo Ezagui Menashe

Camilo Ezagui Menashe, 64, studied History of the Jewish People and Hebrew at the Mount Carmel Haifa University. He graduated from the School of Tourism of Jerusalem (History of Israel, Archeology, Geography, Bible, Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Fundamentals of Tourism). He wrote three books about Incoming Tourism to train Tourism Staff and he was a teacher at several Hospitality and Tourism Schools. He also studied Journalism in Tel Aviv and wrote a weekly column about Tourism. He was a manager at a Travel Agency and he worked as a Christian Pilgrims Guide in the Holyland.

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