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The cultural background of the nard and its mention in connection with the Sulamite in the Song of Songs (1,12) helps to understand Mary's gesture of anointing Jesus' feet (John 12,1-8). This was in… Continue Reading
Las palabras pry mgdyw ("sus frutos exquisitos") aparecen en 4Qcantb 4,16b como pry mn gdyw ("el fruto de sus cilantros"). Esto puede representar una variante al TM, no solo causada por la costumbre… Continue Reading
After presenting the preambles for the examination of the expression "the Son of Man" in the diverse sources, the article deals with its use in the Fourth Gospel, by keeping in mind all the feasible… Continue Reading
The Song of Songs was considered as Sacred Scripture before the Christian Era. The Pharisaic discussion in the 2nd century C.E. as to whether the Canticle defiles the hands refers neither to… Continue Reading
This is the first translation of the Magnificat into the Palestinian Aramaic of the time and it casts some light on several features of the hymn which steeped in the biblical culture, but differs… Continue Reading
This is the first translation of the Benedictus into the Palestinian Aramaic of the time and it casts some light on certain features of the hymn which seems steeped in the biblical culture that… Continue Reading