5 Native Aramaic translators
14,700 Aramaic words translated
19 Aramaic translation projects
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Aramaic language was once the main language of the Persian, Babylonian and Assyrian empires and spread as far as Greece and the Indus valley. It served as a lingua franca of much of the Near East from about 7th century BC until the 7th century AD, when it was largely replaced by Arabic. Classical or Imperial Aramaic was the main language of the Persian, Babylonian and Assyrian empires and spread as far as Greece and the Indus valley.
After Alexander the Great destroyed the Persian Empire, Aramaic ceased to be the official language of any major state, though continued to be spoken widely. It was during this period that Aramaic split into western and eastern dialects.
Today there are about half a million of Aramaic language native speakers.
Native Speaking Aramaic Translators
PoliLingua's Aramaic translators are professional linguists doing translation into and from Aramaic in a variety of industries including:
- desk-top publishing
- energy & power
- economy and finance
- telecommunications, etc.
Get a quote for your Aramaic translation
If you need a quick and reliable translation into or from Aramaic and demand the quality only professional translators can give, PoliLingua's Aramaic Translation Service allows you to upload a (sample) document to obtain a fast quotation, usually within 12 hours. Please use the form below for this purpose or e-mail us.