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Autres Caractéristiques Du Groupe Kai'γe

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This chapter discusses some features that simultaneously bind more tightly to the Palestinian rabbinic hermeneutics of the first century. One would wonder if the heading of the text really understood that in a context literally means "everyone". Its excess of literalism makes the literal sense of the difficulty intelligible to a reader ignorant of Hebrew. Palestinian enumerators have insisted Greek nuances are expressed such that they have a real exegetical significance. If one compares the Greek translation of 1 Ch. XI 13-17 with that of 2 S. XXIII 11-15, one can realize that they are close parallel variations from mostly different Hebrew texts. This chapter finds a clue in hermeneutic general principle of Ismael school mentioned in the Mekhilta. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Greek translation; Hebrew text; Ismael school; Mekhilta; Palestinian rabbinic hermeneutics

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