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The Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Ben Sira: Proceedings of a Symposium held at Leiden Universtiy, 11-14 December 1995
     

The Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Ben Sira: Proceedings of a Symposium held at Leiden Universtiy, 11-14 December 1995

by Muraoka (Editor), T. Muraoka (Editor)
 

In December 1995 an international symposium was held in Leiden, concerning the subject of the Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the book of Ben Sira. The papers, presented at this symposium, are collected in this volume. The papers deal with various aspects of grammar, syntax, and lexicon of Hebrew texts of the Judean Desert. They include the first publications of

Overview

In December 1995 an international symposium was held in Leiden, concerning the subject of the Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the book of Ben Sira. The papers, presented at this symposium, are collected in this volume. The papers deal with various aspects of grammar, syntax, and lexicon of Hebrew texts of the Judean Desert. They include the first publications of a Nahal Hever text, and the important apocryphal book of Ben Sira.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9789004108202
Publisher:
Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.
Publication date:
03/01/1997
Series:
Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah Series , #26
Pages:
222
Product dimensions:
9.54(w) x 6.44(h) x 0.78(d)

Meet the Author

Takamitsu Muraoka, Ph.D. (1970) in Hebrew, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, is Professor of Hebrew Language and Literature, Ugaritic, and Israelite antiquities at Leiden University. His publications are concerned with Classical Hebrew, Aramaic, Syriac, and the Septuagint.
John F. Elwolde, Ph.D. (1988) in Linguistics, Hull, is an associate member of the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford. His publications in the fields of Hebrew language and the Dead Sea Scrolls include translations of A. Saenz-Badillos's A history of the Hebrew Language (Cambridge, 1993) and M. Perez FernAndez's An Introductory Grammar of Rabbinic Hebrew (Leiden, 1997).

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