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Signs, sigla, and abbreviations employed in the edited text

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This chapter presents the signs, sigla, and abbreviations employed in the edited text. The edited text is the Arabic translation and commentary of Yefet ben 'Eli the Karaite on the Book of Esther. This is the first completely extant representative of this medieval Jewish genre-by Yefet ben 'Eli ha-Levi, one of the preeminent litterateurs of the Karaite "Golden Age" (10th-11th centuries).

Keywords:Arabic translation; Book of Esther; commentary; Karaite; Yefet ben 'Eli ha-Levi



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