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ARAM SOCIETY

FOR SYRO-MESOPOTAMIAN STUDIES

ARAM is an independent, non-political, inter-religious, non-profit-making society concerned with all aspects of Syro-Mesopotamian cultures.
ARAM draws its name from Aramaic, which was a focal point of Ancient Syro-Mesopotamian cultures. However, ARAM does not confine itself solely to Aramaic culture, but attempts to deal with all cultures of the geographical area influenced by Aramaic culture, i.e. the Syro-Mesopotamian region, or the so-called Fertile Crescent. Consequently, ARAM aims to study any subject related to Syro-Mesopotamian cultures, from the beginning of history up until the present time.



For any questions please send an e-mail to:
aram@orinst.ox.ac.uk

Address in Oxford:

ARAM (UK)
The Oriental Institute
Oxford University
Pusey Lane
Oxford OX1 2LE
England
Tel: 44-1865-514041
Fax: 44-1865-516824


This page is currently maintained by shafiq.abouzayd@orinst.ox.ac.uk
For enquiries about the society, please use the e-mail address above.
Last updated: 26 November 2002.

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