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This bibliography contains a list of editions and primary sources, secondary literature and other primary sources that occur in this book titled History and folklore in a medieval Jewish chronicle: the family chronicle of Aḥima῾az ben Paltiel . Theoreticians of the reception of literary texts may roughly be divided into two opposed camps, one claiming that the meaning of a text is almost entirely determined by the readers and the other positing that a text must be approached according to the author's intentions and expectations from the potential audience in the contexts of both its production and reception. This book discusses a brief survey of the state of scholarly research on the Chronicle of Aḥima῾az is called for.

Keywords: Aḥima῾az ben Paltiel; Jewish chronicle



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