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"The Holly and the Ivy": a Re-Heathenized Traditional Yuletide Carol
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The Religious Experience: A Wiccan Viewpoint
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Laguz/Laukaz
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236 JOURNAL or BIBLICAL LITERATURE
GUIDE TO THE USE OF BIBLIA HEBRAICA STUTTGARTENSIA
not include Masoretic notes. Kittel completed his third edition in 1937; this one based on the oldest complete manuscript of the Hebrew Bible. 1.
Book Review Reviewed by: MALKY MENDEL Introduction The
Masoretes decided to create a written Masorah2 (literally “tradition”). 1.
Doublet Catchwords in the Leningrad Codex
ABSTRACT.
מסעי - מטות פרשיות / Parshiot Mattot-Masei Doing according to G-d's
Jul 18, 2009 Masorah on the text we have for this week's reading.

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Why the Argument Over Jesus' Language is More Complicated and More
A glance at the standard scholarly edition, the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, shows that the Masoretic notes on the side are predominantly in early Palestinian Aramaic.

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Masoretic Text - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The language of the Masoretic notes is primarily Aramaic but partly Hebrew. The Masoretic annotations are found in various forms: (a) in separate works, e.g.
Number of Letters in the Torah
Masoretic Text
The language of the Masoretic notes is partly Hebrew and partly Palestinian Aramaic.
Review of Freedman et al., The Leningrad Codex
JewishEncyclopedia.com - MASORAH:
The language of the Masoretic notes is partly Hebrew and partly Palestinian Aramaic.

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