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Full Access The Transmission of Targum Jonathan in the West Initial Results from the Mixed Western Textual Group

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The Transmission of Targum Jonathan in the West Initial Results from the Mixed Western Textual Group

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Stemmatological analysis of the text of Targum Samuel reveals six major text families. This paper examines seven related manuscripts belonging to one of these families, which I call the Mixed Western group. I identify and describe two tendencies that appear in the texts of these manuscripts: (1) the amplification of the text by the introduction of conventional readings from elsewhere in the Targum; and, (2) the revision of the text to bring it into closer conformity to the underlying Hebrew text. I conclude with some observations concerning the transmission of the Targum in the West.

10.1163/17455227-0101003
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2012-01-01
2016-12-04

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