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Full Access An Early Copy of the Pentateuch and the Book of Daniel in Arabic (MS Sinai—Arabic 2): Preliminary Observations on Codicology, Text Types, and Translation Technique

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An Early Copy of the Pentateuch and the Book of Daniel in Arabic (MS Sinai—Arabic 2): Preliminary Observations on Codicology, Text Types, and Translation Technique

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This jointly written article provides a preliminary description of a Christian Arabic manuscript, today preserved at St Catherine’s monastery. MS Sinai—Arabic 2 exhibits ancient Arabic versions of the Pentateuch and Daniel. A codicological and palaeographical study of this unique manuscript is presented, along with an investigation into the respective provenances, textual affinities and translation techniques of the two translations.

Affiliations: 1: University of Uppsala mili1154@gmail.com ; 2: Research Unit Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, Freie Universität Berlin ronnyvollandt@gmail.com

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This jointly written article provides a preliminary description of a Christian Arabic manuscript, today preserved at St Catherine’s monastery. MS Sinai—Arabic 2 exhibits ancient Arabic versions of the Pentateuch and Daniel. A codicological and palaeographical study of this unique manuscript is presented, along with an investigation into the respective provenances, textual affinities and translation techniques of the two translations.

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