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Scribes and Translators
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ISBN 10 : 9789004114432
Pages : 98 pages
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This volume, based on recently published Old Latin material, provides fascinating information and discussion on the textual pluralism attested by the Hebrew texts and versions of the books of Kings, an intriguing page in the history of the biblical texts.

Scribes and Translators

This volume, based on recently published Old Latin material, provides fascinating information and discussion on the textual pluralism attested by the Hebrew texts and versions of the books of Kings, an intriguing page in the history of the biblical texts.

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Scribes and Translators

This volume, based on recently published Old Latin material, provides fascinating information and discussion on the textual pluralism attested by the Hebrew texts and versions of the books of Kings, an intriguing page in the history of the biblical texts.

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The Subversive Scribe

In The Subversive Scribe, one of our most versatile and creative translators of Latin American fiction offers an intimate glimpse into the remarkably complex relationships that lie behind the act of literary translation. In this highly accessible book-- hardly a how-to manual!-- Suzanne Jill Levine writes of intersections of

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Scribes and Translators

This volume, based on recently published Old Latin material, provides fascinating information and discussion on the textual pluralism attested by the Hebrew texts and versions of the books of Kings, an intriguing page in the history of the biblical texts.

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Jewish Scribes in the Second Temple Period

Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement series, 291

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Woe to the Scribes and Pharisees

In this, the third novel in the Jon Mote Mystery series, Jon and his special-needs sister, Judy, find more bodies showing up in their lives. This time it's Bible translators. In Woe to the Scribes and Pharisees, Daniel Taylor's unique blend of wit, satire, drama, and provocative meditations on the

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The Class Reunion   An Annotated Translation and Commentary on the Sumerian Dialogue Two Scribes

The Class Reunion offers a critical edition, translation and commentary on the Sumerian scholastic dialogue otherwise known as Two Scribes and speaks to the central themes of scholastic thought in the Old Babylonian Tablet House (ca. 1800–1600 BCE).

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The Finger of the Scribe

One of the enduring problems in biblical studies is how the Bible came to be written. Clearly, scribes were involved. But our knowledge of scribal training in ancient Israel is limited. William Schniedewind explores the unexpected cache of inscriptions discovered at a remote, Iron Age military post called Kuntillet 'Ajrud

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Scribe s Bible

Scribe's Bible - 1 Peter - 2 Peter is a devotion tool which provides space for you to write the books of 1 Peter and 2 Peter as you consider scripture. Spacing has been provided to accommodate most hand-writing for the most common versions. You may find that you have an additional line for

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Translation as Scholarship

In the first half of the 2d millennium BCE, translation occasionally depicted semantically incongruous correspondences. Such cases reflect ancient scribes substantiating their virtuosity with cuneiform writing by capitalizing on phonologic, graphemic, semantic, and other resemblances in the interlingual space. These scholar–scribes employed an essential scribal practice, analogical hermeneutics, an

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Scribes Writing Scripture

In Scribes Writing Scripture, Justus Theodore Ghormley describes how the ancient Judean scribes who expanded the Book of Jeremiah through duplication functioned as textual diviners akin to the divining scribal scholars of the ancient Near East.

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Translation as Scholarship

In the first half of the 2d millennium BCE, translation occasionally depicted semantically incongruous correspondences. Such cases reflect ancient scribes substantiating their virtuosity with cuneiform writing by capitalizing on phonologic, graphemic, semantic, and other resemblances in the interlingual space. These scholar–scribes employed an essential scribal practice, analogical hermeneutics, an

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Joseph Smith as Ancient Translator

In each area of scripture Joseph Smith, the founding prophet for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, made a translation. Joseph employed several different types of 'translations' which has caused confusion, misunderstanding and unbelief. Travis Wayne Goodsell goes over each book of scripture and explains each manner of

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The Making of the Auchinleck Manuscript

Download or read online The Making of the Auchinleck Manuscript written by Judith Crounse Mordkoff, published by Unknown which was released on 1980. Get The Making of the Auchinleck Manuscript Books now! Available in PDF, ePub and Kindle.

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The Scribes for Women s Convents in Late Medieval Germany

Cyrus demonstrates the prevalence of manuscript production by women monastics and challenges current assumptions of how manuscripts circulated in the late medieval period.

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