Studies in Mishnaic Hebrew (Scripta...

The twenty-two articles in this collection represent the latest results of the research into Mishnaic Hebrew that is conducted in Israel.



Studies in Mishnaic Hebrew (Scripta Hierosolymitana, XXXVII)


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Front Matter Title PageCopyright PageTable of Contents EDITOR'S PREFACEContent THE STUDY OF MISHNAIC HEBREW GRAMMAR BASED ON WRITTEN SOURCES: ACHIEVEMENTS, PROBLEMS, AND TASKS MOSHE BAR-ASHERI. Introductory RemarksII. Research and AchievementsIII. Problems and TasksIV.Concluding RemarksTHE STUDY OF MISHNAIC HEBREW - THE ORAL EVIDENCE: NATURE AND APPRAISAL SHELOMO MORAG1. Introduction2. Typological Aspects of the Reading Traditions of MishnaicHebrewTHE CONDITIONAL CLAUSE IN MISHNAIC HEBREW MOSHE AZAR1. The Forms of the Conditional Clause2. Conditional Expressions in Non-Conditional Clause FormsTHE FORMATION OF THE NIF'AL III-Y PARTICIPLE IN MISHNAIC HEBREW MOSHE BAR-ASHERThe Readings Traditions in the BibleThe Findings in the Mishnaic Hebrew Traditions that have been Previously Investigated Other Traditions of Mishnaic HebrewMS AntoninMSParma BMS Kaufmann, MS Paris, and the Livorno EditionSummaryAppendixMISHNAIC HEBREW IN A MEDIEVAL FRENCH-ITALIAN TRADITION: POINTS OF INTEREST YAAKOV BENTOLILA 1. Introduction2. The Phonology Reflected in the Vocalization3. Morphology4. ConclusionSTUDIES IN DETERMINATION IN MISHNAIC HEBREW GABRIEL BIRNBAUM1. The Phenomenon of Determination2. Determination in Mishnaic He3. Vocalization in MS Kaufmann4. Vocalization of the Prepositions ? ,? ,? in the Bible 5. Vocalization of the Prepositions ? ,? ,? in MS Kaufmann6. The Emerging RulesExamples Examples ExceptionsTABLE 1TABLE 2TABLE 3TABLE 4TABLE 5SummaryON THE HEBREW DIALECT OF THE AMORA IM IN THE BABYLONIAN TALMUD: YOHANAN BREUERA CONSTRUCTIONS OF PURPOSE AND INTENDED RESULT IN THE HEBREW OF THE MISHNA: STEVEN E. FASSBERG A. Positive Purpose ConstructionsInfinitiveInfinitive with ParticlesImperfect with ParticlesB. Negative Purpose ConstructionsInfinitiveOther InfinitivesImperfect with ParticlesC. Conclusions and Comparative RemarksTHE BABYLONIAN BRANCH OF TANNAITIC HEBREW AND AN ANCIENT SCROLL FRAGMENT (B./HULLIN 101 a-105 a): SHAMMA FRIEDMAN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW CONJUGATIONS FROM BIBLICAL ROOTS THAT SURVIVED INMISHNAIC HEBREW ISAAC GLUSKA 1. The Nature of the Root2. Aims, Methods, and Corpus3. Development of New Stems4. ConclusionsON DEONTIC MODALITY IN MISHNAIC HEBREW: MENAHEM ZEVI KADDARI The Modality of PermiThe Noun Denoting the Matter for which Permission Has Been GrantedThe Name of the AbstractionThe Modality of ProhibitionThe Noun which Denotes the Matter to which the Prohibition AppliesThe Noun which Denotes the AbstractionThe Modality of ObligationThe Nouns Participating in the Field of Obligation in Mishnaic Hebrew in the Orders Zeraim and Moed A. The Noun Used to Describe the Person to Whom the Obligation RefersB. The Nouns Used to Describe the Object to which the Obligation RefersC. The Abstraction of the ObligationThe Border Areas of the Nouns Participating in the Field of ObligationYEMENITE TRADITIONS OF MISHNAIC HEBREW IN THE TRACTATE KELIM YECHIEL KARA A. The Yemenite TraditionsB. The Tractate KelimC. EpilogueD. SummaryLEXICOGRAPHICAL PROBLEMS -EARLY AND LATE MENAHEM KISTERI. ??? - ???II. ???? ??? and Related Expressions III. ????KARAITES AND MISHNAIC HEBREW:QUOTATIONS AND USAGE AHARON MAMAN 1. Introduction2. The Nature of Rabbinic Quotations3. The Use of Rabbinic Hebrew in Karaite Hebrew Writings4. ConclusionTHE SAMARITAN AND YEMENITE TRADITIONS OF HEBREW: POINTS OF CONTACT SHELOMO MORAG2. Pa'el theme or Simple-Ayin Heavy theme? INTERPRETATION AND LEXICOGRAPHY:THE CASE OF ??? SHLOMO NAEH??? ?????: GAD B. SARFAITIINFINITIVAL SENTENCES IN MISHNAIC HEBREW: A SYNTACTIC AND SEMANTIC STUDYS: HIMON SHARVIT 1. The Nature of the Infinitive and Its Status in Mishnaic Hebrew2. Two-Place Verbs3. Three-Place Verbs4. Exocentric PhrasesOBSERVATIONS ON WORD FORMATION IN SAMARITANARAMAIC II: THE ???? PATTERN ABRAHAM TAL RABBINIC HEBREW AS REFLECTED INPERSONAL NAMES: DAVID TALSHIRI. ?????? ? ????? ? ??????II. ????? ???? ?(?)???? LINGUISTIC STUDY OF A RABBINIC QUOTATION EMBEDDED IN A KARAITE COMMENTARY ON EXODUS: OFRA TIROSH-BECKERA. IntroductionB. The QuotationTranslationC. ??????/?????? D. ???? / ????E. ??? / ???F. SummaryTHE SeWA IN MAIMONIDES' COMMENTARY TOTHE MISHNA (AUTOGRAPH) TALMA ZURAWELSewa Before Dages Forte Replacement of Sewa By Other Signs Back Matter ABBREVIATIONS AND BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCESCopyright Page Title Page
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