• Published 2015

The Samaritan Version of the Book of Numbers with Hebrew Variants : A Close Textual Study

@inproceedings{Emanuel2015TheSV,
  title={The Samaritan Version of the Book of Numbers with Hebrew Variants : A Close Textual Study},
  author={Jeffrey P. Emanuel and David Lee Phillips and Edwin Mellen and Antiguo Oriente},
  year={2015}
}
The present study claims to have two goals: 1) “to determine the autograph Hebrew letters for each word, the grammar of its pronunciation, and the end of each sentence”; and 2) “to express ancient Hebrew in modern English” (I). Of the two goals, only the second can be achieved with any kind of certainty; the first presents an impossibility or at least a general uncertainty, and the difficulties associated with it are barely reflected in Phillips’ monograph. Even the most optimistic biblical… CONTINUE READING

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