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This is an old, old argument, originally purported by George Llamsa, who went around America touting the “Aramaic Gospel” with lots of odd translations that “made more sense than the original Greek” and “proved that Aramaic was the true common language of the day in Palestine during the time of Jesus” – he even provided the “one true translation” of the scriptures which was never found to be accurate or traceable to any real version – He (and it) eventually faded away due to lack of proof and being debated to oblivion by many scholars from many different Universities – thus, it “pops up” now and then, but is not true – Hebrew & Greek are the “languages of the day”, and all existing scrolls, etc. are in those languages