By Jesus Christ, Jésus-Christ; Casey, Maurice
This booklet is going at the back of the Greek textual content of the Gospel of Mark and reconstructs a few of its assets within the unique Aramaic, the language which Jesus spoke. This paintings has been made attainable through the ebook of all of the Aramaic lifeless Sea Scrolls, which offer a foundation of Jewish Aramaic for the perfect period.
summary: This e-book is going in the back of the Greek textual content of the Gospel of Mark and reconstructs a few of its assets within the unique Aramaic, the language which Jesus spoke. This paintings has been made attainable by way of the booklet of the entire Aramaic useless Sea Scrolls, which supply a foundation of Jewish Aramaic for the fitting interval
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Rome, 1966; BibOr 18A. 21971); T. Muraoka, `Notes on the Aramaic of the Genesis Apocryphon', RQ 8, 1972, 7±51. 118 J. P. M. van der Ploeg and A. S. ), Le Targum de Job de la Grotte 11 de QumraÃn (Leiden, 1971); M. Delcor, `Le Targum de Job et l'ArameÂen du temps de JeÂsus', RevSR 47, 1973, 232±61; M. Sokoloff, The Targum to Job from Qumran Cave XI (Ramat Gan, 1974); J. A. Fitzmyer, `Some Observations on the Targum of Job from Qumran Cave 11', CBQ 36, 1974, 503±24, rep. in J. A. Fitzmyer, A Wandering Aramean (SBLMS 25.
5±7, 56±8. 61 Burney, Poetry, ch. 2. , Poetry, pp. 15±22. 63 Burney, Aramaic Origin, ch. 1; Poetry, pp. 132, 169. 64 Burney, Aramaic Origin, introduction. , p. 94. 59 20 Aramaic sources of Mark's Gospel Johannine Greek. Parataxis in the fourth Gospel is therefore different from parataxis in Mark, where there are other reasons to believe in Aramaic sources. Parallelism is an equally unsatisfactory criterion. Burney set out most of his evidence in English, which underlines the fact that anyone familiar with Hebrew poetry can write in parallel lines in other languages, Greek included.
Vermes, `The Use of tQ YB/AtQ YB in Jewish Aramaic', appendix E in Black, Aramaic Approach (31967), pp. 310±28; reprinted in G. Vermes, Post-Biblical Jewish Studies (Leiden, 1975), pp. 147±65. 142 P. M. Casey, `The Son of Man Problem', ZNW 67, 1976, 147±65; see pp. 111±21 below. 143 Vermes, `Use of tQ YB', p. 321. '144 In such circumstances, people use general statements to in¯uence others. Jacob of Nibburaya was trying to avoid being ¯ogged precisely by hoping that the general principle that a person who expounded the Torah should not be ¯ogged would be accepted and applied to him.
Aramaic sources of Mark's Gospel by Jesus Christ, Jésus-Christ; Casey, Maurice