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R1. Anonymus

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Chapter Summary

This chapter presents some notes by the author Kein Hinweis on chapter 3.2 about the talks with Jews. Regarding the content, the text presents itself as instructions for the disputation with Jews. The speeches of the interlocutors are introduced with phrases such as Quarto potest Judeus interrogare sic dicens. There are seven questions provided. Two of them are related to a new issue of Jews introduced on the same topic. The language is correct, but the style is redundant and cumbersome. There is a low possibility that the author's interpretation of Rashi was by talking to Jews who knew him. Still less is the probability that the author knew about Rashi's comment, although some Hebrew words have been used. The original content of this chapter is in German. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Hebrew words; Kein Hinweis; medieval Latin literature; Rashi



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