Jewish Studies at the Turn of the 20th Century (Volume 1 : Biblical, Rabbinical, and Medieval Studies)

Jewish Studies at the Turn of the 20th Century (Volume 1 : Biblical, Rabbinical, and Medieval Studies)

Judit Targarona Borras, Angel Saenz-Badillos

Language: English

Pages: 652

ISBN: 2:00279217

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In July of 1998, the European Association for Jewish Studies celebrated its sixth congress, with almost 400 participants. In these proceedings, 169 papers and communications read during the conference have been collected. They aim to offer a broad, realistic perspective on the advances, achievements and anxieties of Judaic studies at the turn of the 20th century, on the eve of the new millennium.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"defilement" 111,12-13, ‫ מ ז ר ח י‬, "Eastern" II: 7, II5-6, ‫ מ ס מ א‬, "flagstone" XI: 6, ‫ ס ד ק‬, "crevice" V: 5 ‫ צ ו ק‬, "ravine" VIII: 8 IX: 14. ‫ ק ל ל‬, "pitcher" VI: 4 ‫רוח‬, "side" VII: 5, IX: 7,1: 13 ‫שלף‬, "fallow field" VIII: 10, etc. A very telling group of words consisting of Biblical lexical items with Mishnaic meaning may be traced in the text. Words such us ‫ נ פ ש‬, ‫גנה‬, ‫ ש ד ה‬, ‫ ד מ ע‬, are scattered over the text furnishing the document with additional Mishnaic

desde el diccionario de Nathan ben Jehiel (siglo XI), hasta las obras realizadas en los ùltimos decenios del siglo pasado y principios del siglo XX: Jastrow, Levy, Kohut, Krauss y Dalman. El lema en griego es presentado en el griego clàsico (átic0), tal como es su uso comûn en los diccionarios ciendficos y en la literatura de investigaciôn. Para el lema en su transliteraciôn y transcripciôn en el alfabeto hebreo, seleccionamos la forma más difundida en las fuentes literarias de la literatura

ד ב ר י יתר א ו ח ס ר א ו ס ת ו ר א ו ס ד ו ר א ו ס ת ו ם א ו פ ת ו ח א ו ט ע ם‬ ‫מ ה ט ע מ י ם ה א ל ו יוציאוהו אליו לראות בו ולהשכיל ולהבין לקרות ולדרוש וישיבוהו‬ ‫ל מ ק ו מ ו ו ל א ‪ ....‬בו א י ש אין ב ו א מ ו נ ה ‪ ,‬וה א ל ה י י ש ר א ל י ש י ם א ו ת ו ס י מ ן ט ו ב ס י מ ן‬ ‫·‪Cf. Ben-Sebi, Y. 1960 '"Keter hat-tora' shel Ben-Asher." In Mebqarim be-Keter Aram-Soba. Ed. H‬‬ ‫•‪Rabbin. Jerusalem, viii and notes 22, 24; Barthélémy, D. 1992. Critique textuelle de l'Ancien Testa‬‬ ‫‪ment. T o m

in retrospect. She designs a three-stage move to foil Haman's scheme for mass murder. First she invites the king and through him Haman. Then, on the first evening she does not yet reveal her cards, keeping them for the second banquet. She must be extremely careful, since the issue at stake is not only that of her own life. Another evidence of the playwright's subde irony is noticeable in Ahasuerus' response. He seems eager to attend the banquet, as we know from Esther's words to Mordechai that

Ignace Gotdqher Memorial Volume, vol. 2. Jerusalem, 1-48. Dotan, A. 1977. The Dawn of Hebrew Linguistics. (Hebr.) Jerusalem. 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1‫נ‬ and can better appreciate his work and its decisive influence on Judaeo-Arabic culture. Maimonides' son, Abraham, known for his ascedc tendencies, wrote a comprehensive book on law and ascedcism entided Kifâjat al- 'âbidin, parts of which were edited by S. Rosenthal 1927 and 1938"· and by N. Dana 1989.‫ לי‬An important treadse on this book was

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