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The Marginal Notes to the Targum Text of Codex Reuchlinianus No. 3

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The Aramaic notes to Targum Jonathan that stand in the margins of manuscript Reuchlinianus No. 3 (Badische Hof- und Landesbibliothek, Karlsruhe) are of great value for advancing our understanding of the transmission history of Targum Jonathan and are an important source of alternative Targum traditions. Their origins and purpose, however, are unclear. By examining the character and layout of the notes, using 1 Samuel as a sample study, this paper aims to explain the likely format and content of the sources used by the compiler of the marginalia.


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