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The Aramaic Bible Volume 5A: Targum Neofiti 1: Deuteronomy

Translated by Martin McNamara, MSC

The Aramaic Bible Volume 5A: Targum Neofiti 1: Deuteronomy
The Aramaic Bible Volume 5A: Targum Neofiti 1: Deuteronomy

ISBN: 9780814654842, 5484

Details: 214 pgs, 7 x 10
Publication Date: 06/01/1997
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The biblical book of Deuteronomy is one of the clearest examples of an articulating biblical tradition in dialogue with earlier biblical texts, in dialogue with itself and laying down principles for a continuation of this inner-biblical interpretative dialogue. The nature of the book is in part expressed in the name given in the Greek translation and in the traditions dependent on it. Targum Neofiti: Deuteronomy focuses on the last book of the Pentateuch and reveals the religious mind of the Jewish people from early Christian times. It is the translation into popular Palestinian Aramaic of the Hebrew text of the fifth book of Moses.

Students of the Aramaic translation of biblical interpretation, and of Jewish studies from New Testament times to the Middle Ages, will find this work an invaluable resource.

ISBN: 9780814654842, 5484

Details: 214 pgs, 7 x 10
Publication Date: 06/01/1997