By Martin F.J. Baasten, Reinier Munk
The articles offered during this booklet comprise reviews in Rabbinics, Classical Hebrew linguistics, and early Hebrew-Greek word list. The articles considerably hide the fields integrated in Hebrew and Jewish reviews. Written through major students within the box, they give a superb instance of the wealth and diversity of the current day educational research of Hebrew, Judaism, and Jewish culture.
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7. For this phenomenon see N. L, ‘Hebrew/Greek Manuscripts: Some Notes’, Journal of Jewish Studies 46 (1995) 262–270. 8. F M, Introducción, 182–83. W. W’ edition of the Greek Exodus (Göttingen 1991). אודה לאוד״ה 34 departs from that of . 1’ identify the column (there are two double columns per page, and four pages in all); the other Arabic numerals refer to the line in the column. 1 25 Ex 7:28 צפרדעים. Greek βατράκας. The gloss, entirely legible, is the accusative plural of βατράκα, a dialect word for ‘frog’.
At ﬁrst they used them for the public reading and study in the synagogue, as well as for other purposes; later, when the Hebrew text ousted them as far as public readings were concerned, they were relegated to secondary uses, as aids to the understanding of the Hebrew. Our glossary well illustrates one type of use to which they were put. Even before the latest translations incorporated in the Septuagint were made (in Palestine in the early second century) Jews were using a variety of diﬀerent versions of the Greek, some very close to the Septuagint in wording and some strikingly diﬀerent.
16. See my Hebrew Manuscripts, 269–287. Many other examples for the Jewish, Muslim, and Latin worlds can be found in J. H & O. W, Ecriture et réécriture des textes philosophiques médiévaux. Volume d’hommage oﬀert à Colette Sirat (Textes et Etudes du Moyen Âge 34; Turnhout 2006). 17. See M. , Hebrew University of Jerusalem 1995) and the long series of articles published since then by the same author. 18 During the ﬁve to ten centuries that they have existed, the manuscripts have been read and studied.