By Bruria Bitton-Ashkelony, Arieh Kofsky
The essays that contain this quantity in honor of Adrian Schenker tackle numerous matters and themes within the box of textual feedback and the textual background of the Hebrew Bible. with the exception of the "Book of Kings", the individuals are editors of person Biblical books for the recent "Biblia Hebraica Quinta". the themes of the essays diversity from exams of the final textual scenario for a selected ebook to investigations of translation strategy to experiences of particularities within the "Leningrad Codex" and its "Masorah". so much books of the Hebrew Scriptures are taken care of in a single of the essays.
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Webster, J. H. Betts et al. ), Bristol, 1986, pp. 145-46. 22 Chuvin, Chronicle, pp. 116-17. On the religious festivals and performances held in the city in the time of Choricius, see F. K. Litsas, “Choricius of Gaza and His Description of Festivals at Gaza,” Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinistik 32/3 (1982), pp. 427-36. 25 As a secular art form, mime adopted a critical and derisive stance toward religion. 26 It emerges from several talmudic sources that neither were the Jews and Judaism spared from the mime.
Sefer Ha-Razim, Jerusalem, 1966, p. 94, 3:35-43. For the English translation, see M. , 1983, p. 64. 58 D. R. Jordan, “A Survey of Greek Defixiones not Included in the Special Corpora,” Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 26 (1985), pp. 151-97, nos. 149, 167, 193; idem, “New Defixiones from Carthage,” in The Circus and a Byzantine Cemetery at Carthage, J. H. ), Ann Arbor, 1988, vol. 1, pp. 117-34. 59 Choricius, Apol. Mim. 32, 107 (Foerster and Richtsteig, p. 369). 60 Dan, City in Eretz Israel, p.
Mayerson, “P. Oxy. 3574: Eleutheropolis of the Nea Arabia,” Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik [ZPE] 53 (1983), pp. 251-58; idem, “Nea Arabia (P. Oxy. 3574): an Addendum to ZPE 53,” ZPE 64 (1986), pp. 139-46. 11 J. D. Mansi, Sacrorum Conciliorum nova et amplissima collectio, 1758-1798, Graz, 1960, vol. 7, cols. 364-65. 12 See the short discussion in C. A. M. Glucker, The City of Gaza in the Roman and Byzantine Periods (BAR Internat. Series 325), Oxford, 1987, pp. 25-26. On Diocletianopolis-Sarafia, see TIR, pp.