The Temple Tabernacle in M28/I/: An Anti-Judeo-Christian Polemic Strophe

in Iran and the Caucasus
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The strophe M28/I/R/i/24-27/, part of a Middle Persian Manichaean abecedarian hymn published in 1995 by P. O. Skjærvø has long represented a riddle: specially the meaning of šmbyd. The proposal by Durkin-Meisterernst to understand it as ‘curtain’ allows to propose a new translation of the whole strophe, which is evidently a polemic text alluding to passages of Exodus 25 and 26, where the Tabernacle of the Temple is described.

The Temple Tabernacle in M28/I/: An Anti-Judeo-Christian Polemic Strophe

in Iran and the Caucasus

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