Judaeo-Arabic Bible Translation and the Tiberian Masoretic Tradition

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by Joseph Habib Introduction The great textual critic Dominique Barthélemy (1921–2002) lamented the fact that scholars of the time were too quick to render a difficult passage in the Masoretic Text as corrupt or unintelligible. The Masoretic Text refers to … Continued

Edward Pococke and the Emergence of (Judaeo-)Arabic Studies in Late-Renaissance Europe

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by M.G. Wechsler At the dawning of the 17th century, in England and the West generally, Arabic studies—and even more so the study of Jewish texts in Arabic—was still very much in its infancy. This was due in no small … Continued