Text and canon of the Hebrew Bible: collected studies
Eisenbrauns, Jul 31, 2010 - Religion - 545 pages
"Published in cooperation with the Mandel Institute of Jewish Studies, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.". - Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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A New Outlook 19
Pisqah Be em5aPasuq and the Psalms Scroll from Qumran
Oral Tradition and Written Transmission or the Heard
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1QIsa altemative readings ancient Aramaic biblical books biblical canon biblical literature biblical manuscripts biblical text Canon Chronicles combined conﬂation context Covenanters Dahood David Deut discussion dittography dlep Double Readings doublet Ehrlich emendation Exod expression extant Ezek ﬁrst fragments Greek translation hapax legomenon Hebrew Bible Hebrew text idem Ieremia instances interchange Isaiah Scroll Israel Iudean Jerusalem Josh Judaism Kenites Kings lexeme literary LXX xal manuscripts Masada masoretic mentioned noun occurs Oral Torah original Pentateuch Pesh phrase preserved Prophets Prov Psalms Qumran rabbinic literature Randglossen reﬂects renders rendition Sages Samaritan Samuel Sanders scholars scribal scribe Scripture Second Temple similar speciﬁc stylistic suggested synonymous readings syntactical Talmon Targ Targl Targum term Testament Tetragrammaton Textual Criticism textual tradition textus receptus Torah Tur-Sinai Ugaritic variants verb verse Vorlage word writings Yahad