Paramount
Ancient New Testament examined by Eisenhower and transferred to Library of Congress
08/20/71 C0020298 / COLOR NEW YORK CITY: "CAMP - ARAMA" DAY IN CENTRAL PARK CONCLUDES SUMMER CHILDREN'S PROGRAM:
08/20/71 C0020298 / COLOR NEW YORK CITY: "CAMP - ARAMA" DAY IN CENTRAL PARK CONCLUDES SUMMER CHILDREN'S PROGRAM: NXC 44941 "PUPPETS" SHOWS: MS CHILDREN IN CENTRAL PARK: CU SIGN "PUPPET MOBILE": MCU 2S CHILDREN: CU PUPPET SHOW, SOF: CU CHILDREN LOOK ON: CU PUPPETS SOF PAN TO CHILDREN: MS CHILDREN PAN TO MAN LOOKING ON: CU CHILDREN WATCHING: MCU SOF SAME: (SHOT 08/20/71 59FT) (NOTE BG SOF THROUGHOUT) PUPPETS PARKS - NEW YORK , NEW YORK - CENTRAL CHILDREN (SS) PUPPET SHOW XX / 59 FT / 16 COL / POS / S TRACK 250 FT / 16 COL / POS / CUTS /
PA-0019 Beta SP
News Magazine of the Screen: Atomic Energy
Panoramic view of the Maaloula town in Syria
Maaloula, Syria; October 15, 2022; Maaloula is a town located 56 km to the northeast of Damascus and built into the rugged mountainside, at an altitude of more than 1500 m. It is known as one of three remaining villages where Western Aramaic – said to be the language of Jesus – is spoken, the other two being the nearby, smaller villages of Jubb'adin and Bakhah.
Christians in the Arab World: History
A2 / France 2
ISRAEL TRAVEL FILM (1998)
TRAVELOGUE FILM TAKEN IN ISRAEL. MASTER IN 24P.
MEEX UK Aramaic Chant
Ancient Aramaic tunes celebrated in London
The Hebrew alphabet, the sacred symbolism
A2 / France 2
0/04/68 A0052718 FORT BRAGG NORTH CAROLINA BASS STRIKE III
0/04/68 A0052718 FORT BRAGG NORTH CAROLINA BASS STRIKE III UNCUT "BRASS" SHOWS: TROOPERS STANDING BEHINDS C - 130 AIR - CRAFT: LOOKING INTO OPEN TAIL GATE OF C - 130: TROOPERS MARCH - ING TOWARD C - 103 FOR ONLOADING: TROOPERS ENTERING REAR GATE OF C - 130: INITIAL REDY FORCE (IR) TROOPS ASSEMBLING IN REAR OF C - 130: 82ND AIRCORNE DIVISION IRF TROOPERS' EQIUPMENT: CLOSE UP OF IRF TROOPERS QUIPMENT: COMMAND POST COMMUNICA - TIONS CENTRAL: HELICOPTER COMMUNICATIONS CENTRAL: LOADMASTER CHECKING SOLDIERS EQUIPMENT PEIOR TO LOADING: NOSE C - 130: JEEP WITH RECOILLESS REFLIERIGGED FOR AIRDROP: STARIC SISPLAY A - 37 AIRCRAFT WITH ALL ARAMAMENT CAPABILITIES: STATIS DISPLAY OF F - 100 "SUOPER SABRE" WITH ALL ARMAMENT CAPABILITIES: F - 105 "THUNDERERBIRD": F - 4 "PHANTOM": AIT FORCED CAMBAT CONTROL TEAM: ROLL 2# SHOWS: OV - 10 "BRONCO": SPECIAL FORCES "A" TEAM DROPPING FROM AIRCRAFT: HELICOPTER APPROCHING FROM FRONT: SPECIAL FORCES TROOPS RAPPELLING FROM HELICOPTERS: C - 130 DROPPING CARGO FROM 250FT ALSO FROM 2,500 FT C - 123 TAKING OFF FROM DIRT AIRSTRIP: DEMONSTRATER OFSKYHOOK RECUE SYSTEM C- 123 CATCHING "SKYHOOD" AND LIFTING CASULTY FROM GROUND: ROLL 3# SHOWS: VARIOUS SCENES OF JOINT FIRE POWWER DEMONSTRATION: (SHOT 10/0/68 30FT) WARPLANES - RECONNASSISSANCE OV10 WARPLANES - TRANSPORT - C130 (SS) WARPLANES - TRANSPORTS - C123 MILITARY RESCUE SYSTEMS AERIAL SUPPLY US - ARMY - SPECIAL FORCES US - ARMY SOLDIER S (SS) IN (AIR) TRANSPORT DOD 30268 / 30 FT / 16 B & W POS / R27481
CLEAN : Iraq's Christians fighting to save threatened ancient language
Christians in Iraq are trying to preserve the Syriac language, the dialect of Aramaic that was spoken by Jesus, with the government helping by launching a dedicated television station (Footage by AFPTV via Getty Images)
Revelations on the Dead Sea Scrolls
France 5
Entertainment: US Passion - A look at the impact of Gibson movie on advisors
TAPE: EF04/0205 IN_TIME: 11:20:53:17 DURATION: 03:57:10 SOURCES: VARIOUS RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance-No Internet DATELINE: LA - recent SHOTLIST: ''The Passion of the Christ'', Newmarket Films - Please credit Icon Productions/Newmarket Films 1. Various clips from "The Passion of the Christ" trailer. APTN Los Angeles - December 13, 2000 2. Wide shot of Mel Gibson at movie premiere ''The Passion of the Christ'', Newmarket Films. Please credit Icon Productions/Newmarket Films 3. Film sequence from "The Passion of the Christ" trailer. APTN Los Angeles, California - February 13, 2004 4. Mid shot of Professor William Fulco reviewing Hebrew and Aramaic texts. 5. Close up of Fulco. 6. Close up of text. 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Professor William Fulco, Loyola Marymount University: "Well, it''s not so much that he (Mel Gibson) reached out to the Passion for meaning. He had the sense that the Passion reached down and grabbed him. And that''s why I think that one sees in his films his gradual perception of redemptive suffering. Certainly in ''Braveheart'' - and in that it''s not that he''s already stating what the crucifixion will be - he was working his way through (the question) ''can human suffering have a purpose and be redemptive?'' And finally everything was in place and it was time to do the Passion." 8. Mid shot of still photo of actor James Caviezel (left) and Mel Gibson (right) during filming of "The Passion of the Christ" 9. Close up still of Gibson 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Professor William Fulco, Loyola Marymount University: "I know that what Mel intended...to the best of my knowledge he never intended this to be used as a tool for evangelisation. He...his own vision did not go beyond the audience, the immediate audience. And he hoped that those who saw the film...that their hearts would be moved, and apparently that''s been happening." ''The Passion of the Christ'', Newmarket Films. Please credit Icon Productions/Newmarket Films. 11. Various film clips from "The Passion of the Christ" trailer. APTN Azusa, California - February 12, 2004 12. Mid shot of Azusa Pacific University faculty members 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Kevin Mannoia, Dean, Azusa Pacific University theology school: "This is a great tool to raise the priority of Christ in the consciousness of the world. And I think it will cause people to begin to talk about this, (to ask) ''What in the world would cause anybody to go through that kind of pain?''." 14. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Kenneth Waters, Azusa Pacific University theology professor: "The human family needs to see that there are alternatives...there are alternative ways of responding to the presence of evil and violence in today''s society. And this movie does a good job of demonstrating that, whether one is a Christian or not." 15. Close up of Newsweek magazine cover story about "The Passion of the Christ" 16. Close up cover 17. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Kevin Mannoia, Dean, Azusa Pacific University school of theology. "I don''t think the movie was anti-Semitic. I don''t think there.....there is clarity to that point relative to motive or agency. The motive was.....clearly, people are going to talk about it and hopefully they will....that''s part of what the genius of this film is all about. ''The Passion of the Christ'', Newmarket Films. Please credit Icon Productions/Newmarket Films. 18. Various film clips from "The Passion of the Christ" trailer. APTN February 12, 2004. Los Angeles, California. APTN. 19. Close up of Newsweek magazine opening page from article on "The Passion of the Christ". 20. Close up of still photo from the film. 21. SOUNDBITE (English) Rabbi Marvin Hier, Dean, Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles: "In my opinion, the audience has to ask one question: Who did all of this in humanity, who is responsible? And in Mel Gibson''s film, it certainly wasn''t the Romans, and it has to be the Jews..collectively. That takes us back in everything that the church has tried to do in the last 50 years. And I don''t want to blame the church. It''s not their film, it''s Mel Gibson''s film. So, this is a terrible film for Jews. It''s also a terrible film for those who want to put the bitter two-thousand years in the past behind us and work toward a new era of cooperation and tolerance." ''The Passion of the Christ'', Newmarket Films. Please credit Icon Productions/Newmarket Films. 22. Various film clips from "The Passion of the Christ" trailer. FILM CREATES A STIR IN RELIGIOUS CIRCLES "The Passion of the Christ" - Mel Gibson''s bloody recreation of Christ''s final hours - has provoked a firestorm, with some Jewish leaders saying the movie could result in anti-Semitism, reviving the notion that Jews collectively were responsible for the death of Christ. Actor-director Gibson has said that the need to re-evaluate his own life inspired him to make the Biblical epic, which was shot in Latin and Aramaic and is set to open in US theaters on February 25. Gibson, a Catholic, financed the film''s reported 25 (m) million US dollar budget, using his own money, and drew on the expertise of religious scholars and historians for guidance during the film''s production. Professor William Fulco, one of Gibson''s advisor''s, tutored the film''s cast in the use of the Aramaic language and translated the dialogue for the film''s subtitles. Fulco says he believes that making the film has been both a personal journey of discovery for Gibson and a professional challenge. He also says that Gibson''s own vision of the story of Jesus'' suffering and violent death is true to the Bible''s New Testament texts. But some Jewish leaders have expressed concern about the film. Rabbi Marvin Hier, dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Centre in Los Angeles, remains critical of the film after seeing it twice in early screenings. He says he believes that "The Passion" blames the Jews collectively for the death of Jesus Christ. Gibson insists he''s not anti-Semitic and has had a favourable response from several Jews who have seen the film. Last weekend, Gibson discussed the film and its meaning before several thousand invited guests at Azusa Pacific University - a Christian school near Los Angeles. Azusa'' dean, Dr. Kevin Mannoia, responds favourably to the "The Passion", saying he does not believe it to be anti-Semitic. The film is also generating attention among evangelical Christian groups in America. Christian churches across the country are reserving entire theatres for the film''s opening day and a national evangelical organisation is helping sell tickets via its Web site. Some pastors also are planning sermons timed to the movie''s Ash Wednesday release on some two thousand screens.
Talmud Study
A page of Talmud is being read in Aramaic.
Forgive me, Roselyne Bachelot!
Radio France: filmed programmes
AD SPOTLIGHT: Counter to Michael J Fox's stem cell research ad " The Clone Me State "
This ad uses celebrities/athletes/actors to convince voters that Amendment 2 is wrong. They discuss the actual language of the ad, the money and timetable for stem cell cures, constitutional right for fertility clinics to pay women for eggs, and why the opposition is waging a huge financial campaign to encourage voters to vote 'yes.' The ad includes Patricia Heaton, Everybody Loves Raymond, Jim Caviezel, Jeff Suppan, Kurt Warner and Mike Sweeney. Script "The Clone Me State" (TV) 10/24/06 Text on screen: (Jim Caviezel) JIM CAVIEZEL: [speaking in Aramaic] Text on screen: (Jeff Suppan) JEFF SUPPAN: Amendment two claims it bans human cloning. But in the 2000 words you won't read it makes cloning a constitutional right. Don't be deceived. Text on screen: (Kurt Warner) KURT WARNER: Californians agree to spend $6 billion on the exact same science. Now they admit there won't be any cures for at least 15 years. Same science, $6 billion, no cures. Beware of loopholes. Missourians will pay. Don't be tricked. Text on screen: (Patricia Heaton, Everybody Loves Raymond) PATRICIA HEATON: Amendment Two actually makes it a constitutional right for fertility clinics to pay women for eggs. Low income women will be seduced by big checks and extracting donor eggs is an extremely complicated, dangerous and painful procedure. Text on screen: (Mike Sweeney) MIKE SWEENEY: 25 women have died and 6000 have complained of complications. Missouri: don't be fooled. JEFF SUPPAN: Why does it cost $28 million to convince Missourians that an amendment to the constitution is good for them. Maybe because its not. Don't be bought. JIM CAVIEZEL: You don't know. Don't do it. Vote no on 2.' Text on screen: (Paid for by Life Communications Fund. www.lifecommunicationsFund.org) Anti Michael J Fox Stem Cell Ad
Bible book in the drawer of the bedside table with the book of mormons calls to faith christianity spirituality beliefs god calls to do good evangelical protestants baptists mormons catholics
The Bible is a collection of religious texts or scriptures that are held to be sacred in Christianity, Judaism, Samaritanism, and many other religions. The Bible is an anthology – a compilation of texts of a variety of forms – originally written in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Koine Greek. These texts include instructions, stories, poetry, and prophecies, among other genres. The collection of materials that are accepted as part of the Bible by a particular religious tradition or community is called a biblical canon. Believers in the Bible generally consider it to be a product of divine inspiration, but the way they understand what that means and interpret the text can vary.
AD SPOTLIGHT: Counter to Michael J Fox's stem cell research ad " The Clone Me State "
This ad uses celebrities/athletes/actors to convince voters that Amendment 2 is wrong. They discuss the actual language of the ad, the money and timetable for stem cell cures, constitutional right for fertility clinics to pay women for eggs, and why the opposition is waging a huge financial campaign to encourage voters to vote 'yes.' The ad includes Patricia Heaton, Everybody Loves Raymond, Jim Caviezel, Jeff Suppan, Kurt Warner and Mike Sweeney. Script "The Clone Me State" (TV) 10/24/06 Text on screen: (Jim Caviezel) JIM CAVIEZEL: [speaking in Aramaic] Text on screen: (Jeff Suppan) JEFF SUPPAN: Amendment two claims it bans human cloning. But in the 2000 words you won't read it makes cloning a constitutional right. Don't be deceived. Text on screen: (Kurt Warner) KURT WARNER: Californians agree to spend $6 billion on the exact same science. Now they admit there won't be any cures for at least 15 years. Same science, $6 billion, no cures. Beware of loopholes. Missourians will pay. Don't be tricked. Text on screen: (Patricia Heaton, Everybody Loves Raymond) PATRICIA HEATON: Amendment Two actually makes it a constitutional right for fertility clinics to pay women for eggs. Low income women will be seduced by big checks and extracting donor eggs is an extremely complicated, dangerous and painful procedure. Text on screen: (Mike Sweeney) MIKE SWEENEY: 25 women have died and 6000 have complained of complications. Missouri: don't be fooled. JEFF SUPPAN: Why does it cost $28 million to convince Missourians that an amendment to the constitution is good for them. Maybe because its not. Don't be bought. JIM CAVIEZEL: You don't know. Don't do it. Vote no on 2.' Text on screen: (Paid for by Life Communications Fund. www.lifecommunicationsFund.org) Anti Michael J Fox Stem Cell Ad
Midyat-anitli (anıtlı köyü) village, Virgin mary church mardin,Virgin Mary Monastery in Midyat, historic church, Village of Anıtlı
Monastery of Virgin Mary (Meryem Ana Manastırı) with beautiful church is located 30 kilometers east of Midyat in the Anıtlı village. Old name of this village is Hah which comes from the Aramaic language. Even at the present time Anıtlı is Christian village populated mostly by Assyrians (Süriani). According to various sources, about 30 families live here now.
The kaddish
A2 / France 2
MidEast Archaeology
AP-APTN-2230: MidEast Archaeology Sunday, 25 December 2011 STORY:MidEast Archaeology- REPLAY Rare archaeological find related to the activity in Temple Mount LENGTH: 01:31 FIRST RUN: 1530 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English//Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 720577 DATELINE: Jerusalem, 25 Dec 2011 LENGTH: 01:31 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST 1. Medium of archaeologist Eli Shukron, of Israel Antiquities Authority, showing clay seal to journalists 2. Close-up of clay seal 3. Professor Ronny Reich of the University of Haifa talking to media 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ronny Reich, Professor at the University of Haifa: "Under the street, in the waste.. the debris, we found a small, a very small, tiny impressed, seal impression or clay lump with a seal impression on top of it and it bears an Aramaic inscription, six letters in two lines "dakay leya", which means in English "pure to God"." 5. Artefacts on table 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ronny Reich, Professor at the University of Haifa: "This is for the first time that an impression or a seal was found of this period and the first time where we have an indication brought by archaeology about the activities in the Temple Mount, the religious activities of buying and offering and giving it to the Temple itself." 7. Wide of archaeologist Eli Shukron, of Israel Antiquities Authority, surrounded by media 8. Wide of Jerusalem's Old City STORYLINE A rare clay seal found under Jerusalem's Old City appears to be linked to religious rituals practiced at the Jewish Temple 2,000 years ago, Israeli archaeologists said on Sunday. The coin-sized seal found near the Jewish holy site at the Western Wall bears two Aramaic words meaning "pure to God." Archaeologist Ronny Reich of Haifa University said it dates from between the first century BC to 70 AD (the year Roman forces put down a Jewish revolt and destroyed the second of the two biblical Jewish temples). The find marks the first discovery of a written seal from that period of Jerusalem's history, and appeared to be a unique physical artefact from ritual practice in the Temple, he said. Almost no such artefacts have ever been discovered. The site of the Temple itself, the enclosure known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary, remains off-limits to archaeologists because of its religious and political sensitivity. Archaeologists said the seal was probably used by Temple officials approving an object for ritual use, oil, perhaps, or an animal intended for sacrifice. Materials used by Temple priests had to meet stringent purity guidelines stipulated in detail in Jewish legal texts, which also mention the use of such seals. The site where the seal was found is on the route of a main street that ran through ancient Jerusalem just outside the Temple compound. The seal was found in an excavation run by archaeologists from the government's Israel Antiquities Authority. The dig is under the auspices of a broader excavation nearby known as the City of David, where archaeologists are investigating the oldest part of Jerusalem. The City of David dig, located inside the nearby Palestinian neighbourhood of Silwan and funded by a Jewish group affiliated with the settlement movement, is the Holy Land's highest-profile and most politically controversial excavation. 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Heritage. The Search for Dead Sea Scrolls
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Midyat-anitli (anıtlı köyü) village, Virgin mary church mardin,Virgin Mary Monastery in Midyat, historic church, Village of Anıtlı
Monastery of Virgin Mary (Meryem Ana Manastırı) with beautiful church is located 30 kilometers east of Midyat in the Anıtlı village. Old name of this village is Hah which comes from the Aramaic language. Even at the present time Anıtlı is Christian village populated mostly by Assyrians (Süriani). According to various sources, about 30 families live here now.
Midyat-anitli (anıtlı köyü) village, Virgin mary church mardin,Virgin Mary Monastery in Midyat, historic church, Village of Anıtlı
Monastery of Virgin Mary (Meryem Ana Manastırı) with beautiful church is located 30 kilometers east of Midyat in the Anıtlı village. Old name of this village is Hah which comes from the Aramaic language. Even at the present time Anıtlı is Christian village populated mostly by Assyrians (Süriani). According to various sources, about 30 families live here now.
Meeting with the group A Hue and Dia
Grand Est