A - Traditional Aramaic (Orthodox)

The Traditional Aramaic (Orthodox) text is a prenuptial agreement between the groom and the bride wherein the husband undertakes to honor, support and maintain his wife. In the document he states that she will receive a certain sum of money in the event of divorce or of his death. (In Israel today, the specific sum is sometimes even tied to the dollar because of its greater stability than the Israeli Shekel.) It is a very formal contract written in Aramaic over 2000 years ago and originally was a valuable document that protected the bride. There is no English on this text.

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