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Aram is the name of a region mentioned in the Bible located in central Syria, including where the city of Aleppo (aka Halab) now stands. Aram ranged from Lebanon Mountain towards east across the Euphrates, including the north part of the Mesopotamia plain[1]. Aram-wa pleis neim in 《Baibol》 à jigùm dè Syria dè sencrol, inklūdiŋ Aleppo à Syria dè bàkbu. Aram reinj from Lebanon Hil à west, krosiŋ Frat Rivā tu Mesopotamia pläin dè bàkbu[1]. 亞蘭(אֲרָם ,轉寫作 ʾĂrām),亦作亞拉姆思高本阿蘭,是《聖經》裡的一個區域名稱,位於今日亞洲中東地區敘利亞中部,包括今日敘北阿勒頗所在的地區。亞蘭的範圍從黎巴嫩山往東過伯拉河,並包括美索不達米亞平原北部[1]

Neim dè Orijin Edit

The name is traditionally derived from Aram, son of Shem, a grandson of Noah in the Bible. "Aram" dè neim orijineited from Noah dè grändsòn, Šem dè sòn Aram in 《Baibol》. Aram-ga Aram pīpol dè ançestā-o wǎsu, soiware Hibryu pīpol dè pīr reis da. Hittie pīpol ddo lived in Aram. 「亞蘭」這名字源自挪亞的孫兒、的兒子亞蘭,相傳是亞蘭人的祖先[2],是希伯來人的兄弟民族。另外,赫族亦曾在這裡生活過。

Històri Edit

The Aramaeans (speakers of the Aramaic traditionally descended from Aram) began to settle in Aram and Mesopotamia in the late 12th century BCE. Two medium-sized Aramaean kingdoms, Aram-Damascus and Hamath, along with several smaller kingdoms and independent city-states, developed in the region during the first millennium BCE. A few stele that name kings of this period have been found (see, for example, the Zakkur stele). The Chaldeans who settled in southern Babylonia around 1000 BCE were founders of the Neo-Babylonian Empire in 625 BCE are also believed to have been an Aramaean tribe. Aram pīpol started liviŋ in Mesopotamia in qín 12 çencuri dè hàuki. 2-gè kontri: Aram-Dammašĥ en Hamaŧ, osou wiŧ kitadè smoler kontris en çiti steits wa aru. At đe seim pirīd, kitadè kontri ddo iksist. 亞拉姆人在約在公元前12世紀開始移居到亞蘭地區及美索不達米亞,並曾建立過兩個王國:亞蘭-大馬士革王國哈馬斯王國。此外,在當地還有不少細小的王國及獨立城邦建立過,都在公元前1千年期間存在。於公元前1000年時在巴比倫王國南部生活、曾建立新巴比倫王國迦勒底人亦被普遍認為是一個源自亞蘭的部族。
As Christians began to inhabit that area of Syria, a dialect of Aramaic, Syriac, was born. Hence Syriac has been associated with Christian Syrians. 基督徒開始在敘利亞生活時,一種亞蘭語的方言開始出現,並演變成今日的敘利亞語亞述語。因此,敘利亞語其實與在敘利亞生活的基督徒相關。
Today in this same area, there are several Eastern Catholic Churches that are distinct from the Latin Rite. Two of these are the Maronite Church and the Melkite Greek-Catholic Church, both common to Syria and Lebanon. 今日在同樣的地方,當地居民信奉東方禮天主教會,當中包括馬龍派皇家希臘天主教會。這些教會現時都在敘利亞及黎巴嫩流傳,與其他天主教會一樣奉羅馬教庭為正宗,但在禮儀方面與採用拉丁禮儀的其他天主教會有所不同。

References / Riförènses / 參考Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 袖珍聖經辭典第145條
  2. 聖經·舊約全書·創世記》第十章22節

See also / Si osou / 參看 Edit

Smallwikipedialogo This page uses content from Wikipedia. The original article was at zh:亞蘭 (地方). The list of authors can be seen in the page history. As with Babyish Wiki, the text of Wikipedia is available under the GNU Free Documentation License. Nigè peij kontein kontent from Wikipidia. Orijinol-dè artikol-wa à zh:亞蘭 (地方), en ano-artikol dè òŧā list ga à edit històry peij. Seim as Babyish Wiki, kontent from Wikipidia ga koncrolen bai GNU Free Documentation License. 本頁面利用了來自維基百科的內容,原文是zh:亞蘭 (地方)。原文的作者列表可以參考編輯歷史頁面。正如Babyish Wiki一樣,維基百科的內容都依從GNU Free Documentation License條件發布。


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