The Crimean Karaim Bible

Author: Henryk Jankowski
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Studia Orientalia

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A Cyclop Dia Of Biblical Literature

Author: John Kitto
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You Who Live In The Shelter Of The Most High Ps 91 1

Author: Ida Fröhlich
Editor: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
ISBN: 3847012363
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Biblical Psalms are a common heritage of Jewish and Christian cultures. Serving for the common liturgy of the Jerusalem Temple and individual prayers since biblical times they inspired Hebrew poetical language. The Qumran community, as well as Jewish and Christian communities of Late Antiquity attributed to them a special authority and apotropaic function. Quoted and interpreted in various ways in the New Testament and Rabbinic tradition they had a fundamental role in regular liturgies since the Middle Ages. Referred to in medical texts, recited on pilgrimages and at funeral vigils they represented an important aspect of folk religion and the formation of religious identity. The present volume is intended to show the many ways the Psalms were used and enjoyed a lasting popularity in regular and folk religion, collectively and individually, from antiquity until today.

Cyclopaedia Of Biblical Theological And Ecclesiastical Literature

Author: John McClintock
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Cyclop Dia Of Biblical Theological And Ecclesiastical Literature

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Cyclopedia Of Biblical Theological And Ecclesiastical Literature

Author: John McClintock
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Middle Western Karaim

Author: Michał Németh
Editor: BRILL
ISBN: 9004419373
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This volume offers the first comprehensive study of Middle Western Karaim. The description of morphological peculiarities and sound changes is based on a critical edition of 149 hitherto unknown texts. The material is contrasted with Modern Western Karaim data.

Handbook Of Jewish Languages

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ISBN: 9004359540
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This handbook, the first of its kind, includes descriptions of the ancient and modern Jewish languages other than Hebrew, including historical and linguistic overviews, numerous text samples, and comprehensive bibliographies.

Karaite Judaism

Author: Meira Polliack
Editor: BRILL
ISBN: 9004294260
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This Guide to Karaite Studies contains thirty-seven chapters which cover all the main areas of the fascinating and varied history and literature of medieval and modern Karaite Judaism. The volume reflects this rapidly growing field of Jewish Studies, as analysed by an international team of experts and taught in various universities and institutes.

Early Karaite Bible Commentaries

Author: Jacob Mann
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The Christian Remembrancer Or The Churchman S Biblical Ecclesiastical Literary Miscellany

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Fulfilled Prophecy In Proof Of The Truth Of Scripture

Author: Bourchier Wrey Savile
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Illustrations Of Biblical Literature Exhibiting The History And Fate Of The Sacred Writings

Author: James Townley
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Transactions Of The Society Of Biblical Archaeology

Author: Society of Biblical Archæology (London, England)
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Transactions Of The Society Of Biblical Archaeology

Author: Society of Biblical Archaeology
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Reports Of The British And Foreign Bible Society

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The History Of The British And Foreign Bible Society

Author: George Browne
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Report Of The British And Foreign Bible Society

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Vols. 1-64 include extracts from correspondence.

A Halich Karaim Translation Of Hebrew Biblical Texts

Author: Zsuzsanna Olach
Editor: Otto Harrassowitz
ISBN: 9783447100441
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The volume by Zsuzsanna Olach is a corpus-based analysis of a translation of Hebrew biblical texts into Halich Karaim, a Kipchak Turkic variety previously spoken in the present-day Ukraine. The corpus comprises sixty selected pages of a 596 page manuscript written in the Hebrew alphabet. A detailed transliteration system renders the information encoded in the Hebrew script. Furthermore, on the basis of the transliteration, a Simplified Interpretative Transliteration (SIT) system is applied to make the Karaim text more easily readable. The main focus of this study is the analysis of the linguistic characteristics copied from Biblical Hebrew onto Halich Karaim. The theoretical framework applied is the Code-Copying Model (Johanson 2002). As one of the aims of the book is to characterize the type of Bible translation that the studied Halich Karaim texts represent, a typological framework proposed by Floor (2007) is employed. The introductory section gives a brief presentation of the Halich Karaims and previous studies on their language and Bible translations. The main part of the study provides a systematic description of Biblical Hebrew properties copied onto the language of the Halich Karaim Bible (copied features of nominals and verbs, copied syntactic and lexical characteristics). The in-depth analysis of the language of the translation leads to the conclusion that it represents a 'close resemblant translation type' in Floor's typology. This is further supported by a comparison with other Karaim (Trakai and Crimean) and Turkish Bible translations. The Appendix contains the first Halich Karaim Bible texts published in transliteration.