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Full Access Brothers or Stepbrothers? Christianized Targum Manuscripts in the Sephardic Text Family

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Brothers or Stepbrothers? Christianized Targum Manuscripts in the Sephardic Text Family

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Half of the textual witnesses of the Sephardic text group of Targum Samuel are of Christian origin, two manuscripts and two editions. This leads to two questions: How did a typically Jewish text like the Targum end up in the accepted corpus of Christian Biblical Studies in sixteenth century Spain? And how did it function?

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2012-01-01
2016-12-03

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