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This bibliography for the book Translating Religion: Linguistic Analysis of Judeo-Arabic Sacred Texts from Egypt presents a list of reference book names along with their authors. The author uses a broad phonemic conventional transcription, which is employed regularly in Middle Eastern and Islamic scholarship, for all the Judeo-Arabic citations. The citations include the Judeo-Arabic spelling in Hebrew characters, followed by a phonemic transcription when deemed necessary. The book provides a plausible representation of what the translation tradition might have been like in Egypt in the period under study.

Keywords: Egypt; Hebrew characters; Islamic scholarship; Judeo-Arabic sacred texts; linguistic analysis



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