Palmyrene or Palmyrenean was a Western Aramaic dialect spoken in the city of Palmyra, Syria, in the early centuries AD. The development of cursive versions of Aramaic led to the creation of the Palmyrene alphabet.
- Delbert R. Hillers, Eleonora Cussini, Eleanora Cussini, Palmyrene Aramaic Texts, Johns Hopkins University Press (1996), ISBN 978-0-8018-5278-7
- Hans H. Spoer, "Palmyrene Inscriptions found at Palmyra in April, 1904", Journal of the American Oriental Society (1904)
- John Swinton, An Explication of All the Inscriptions in the Palmyrene Language and Character Hitherto Publish'd. In Five Letters from the Reverend Mr. John Swinton, M. A. of Christ-Church, Oxford, and F. R. S. to the Reverend Thomas Birch, D. D. Secret. R. S., Philosophical Transactions (1753).
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