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eBook The Targum of Canticles (Aramaic Bible) ePub

by Philip S. Alexander

  • ISBN: 0814654533
  • Category: Bible Study and Reference
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Philip S. Alexander
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Michael Glazier; n edition (May 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 230
  • ePub book: 1943 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1642 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 283

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by Philip S. Alexander (Author).

by Philip S. See, for example, Targum Jonathan of the Former Prophets. The Aramaic translator totally and radically rewrote Song of Songs.

Written in the eighth century . Targum Canticles offers one of the classic interpretations of the Song of Songs.

The Targum of Canticles book. Written in the eighth century .  . Philip S. Alexander is professor of post-biblical Jewish literature in the University of Manchester, England, and has published extensively in the fields of early Jewish (particularly the Targumim), early Jewish mysticism and magic, and the history of Rabbinic Judaism.

Each volume examines the place of a particular Targum or group of Targums in Jewish life, liturgy and biblical interpretation. Praise for Canticles.

The Aramaic Bible: Canticles Vol 17a. Hardback. By (author) Philip S. Alexander. Each volume examines the place of a particular Targum or group of Targums in Jewish life, liturgy and biblical interpretation. students of Scripture and Judaica as well as those concerned with the New Testament and early Christianity will warmly welcome The Aramaic Bible. strongly recommended to theological, biblical and Jewish studies libraries. -Geza Vermes, Wolfson College, Oxford show more.

Philip S. Alexander, e. The Targum of Canticles, translated, with a critical introduction, apparatus, and notes by. The Targum of Canticles, translated, with a critical introduction, apparatus, and notes by Philip S. Liturgical Press, 2003. In his book Mr. Bowker intends first to provide an introduction to the Aramaic Targums, interpretative translations of the Hebrew text of the Bible, and second to show how the Targums form a part of Jewish exegesis in general.

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Philip Alexander’s new translation of the Targum to the biblical book of Lamentations is an extremely learned and erudite work

Philip Alexander’s new translation of the Targum to the biblical book of Lamentations is an extremely learned and erudite work. Not only does it discuss the complex problems of the full depth of rabbinical interpretation of Lamentations, but it also explores the entire breadth of the hermeneutical environment of Lamentations in the ancient Jewish and Christian context.

Professor Philip Alexander FB. Jewish Studies: Jews and Judaism and Late Antiquity (Dead Sea Scrolls; Bible Interpretation; Magic and Mysticism; Jewish-Christian Relations; Judaism and Hellenism).

Professor Philip Alexander FBA. About this Fellow. Emeritus Professor of Post-Biblical Jewish Literature, The University of Manchester. Professor of Post-Biblical Jewish Literature, University of Manchester, 1995 - 2010.

Written in the eighth century C.E., Targum Canticles offers one of the classic interpretations of the Song of Songs. In the relationship between the bridegroom and the bride in the Song, with its rhythm of communion, estrangement and reconciliation, the Targumist discovers allegorical history of God's relationship to Israel from the first exodus from Egypt, to the final exodus from exile when the Messiah comes.

The Targum of Canticles was one of the most popular religious texts within Judaism, and it may have promoted the use of the Song of Songs as the special reading for Passover. It was adapted in the medieval and early modern periods by Christian scholars who saw in the Song a cryptic history of Christ's relationship to the Church. Targum Canticles has played a central role in the interpretation of one of the most puzzling yet influential books of the Bible.

Philip S. Alexander is professor of post-biblical Jewish literature in the University of Manchester, England, and has published extensively in the fields of early Jewish Bible-interpretation (particularly the Targumim), early Jewish mysticism and magic, and the history of Rabbinic Judaism.