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Author Moore, Paul R., author.

Title Studies in the language of Targum Canticles : with annotated transcription of Geniza fragments / by Paul R. Moore
Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2022]
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Series Supplement to Aramaic studies, 2468-2810 ; volume 18
Contents Dialect -- Recensions -- Date of Composition -- Nominal State -- Verbal Stems -- Gender -- Semantic Anomalies -- Argument Marking -- Quotative Construction: Verb of Speaking + [Ṿe-khen amar] -- Conclusions -- Geniza Fragments Cambridge T-S B11.81 & T-S NS 312 -- Geniza Fragment Oxford Heb. f. 56 (folios 105a-113a) -- Appendix 1: The Isaianic Citation in TgShir 1.1 -- Appendix 2: The Syntax of TgShir 2.6 -- Appendix 3: The Text of TgShir 5.3 -- Appendix 4: The Syntax of TgShir 5.11 -- Appendix 5: The Lexica of TgShir & Zoharic Literature
Summary "Targum Canticles, composed in the dialectally eclectic idiom of Late Jewish Literary Aramaic (LJLA), had immense historic popularity among Jewish communities worldwide. In this work, Paul R. Moore thoroughly analyses several of the Targum's grammatical peculiarities, overlooked by previous studies. Through this prism, he considers its literary influences, composition, and LJLA as a precursor of the highly eccentric Aramaic of the 13th century Spanish cabalistic masterpiece, The Zohar. The study includes transcriptions and analysis of the previously unpublished of fragments of the Targum from the Cairo Geniza, and what is possibly its earliest, known translation into Judaeo-Arabic"-- Provided by publisher
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Subject Bible. Song of Solomon. Aramaic
Aramaic language -- Texts.
Aramaic language -- Grammar.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2022018200
ISBN 9004515704
9789004515703
OTHER TI Bible. Song of Solomon. Aramaic. 2020