A Short Note on the Epitaph of Ama Helenê Ioudaia

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This short note proposes a new interpretation of the epitaph of Ama Helenê Ioudaia, an inscription recently published by L. H. Blumell in jsj 47 (2016): 310-29, on the basis of a different reading of some of the Greek words in this inscription.

A Short Note on the Epitaph of Ama Helenê Ioudaia

in Journal for the Study of Judaism

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Ibid.319. Blumell accentuates ἄµµα but I follow the accentuation in The Brill Dictionary of Ancient Greek (ed. F. Montanari; Leiden: Brill 2015) 110 (ἀµµά).

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See W. F. BakkerPronomen abundans and pronomen conjunctum: A Contribution to the History of the Resumptive Pronoun within the Relative Clause in Greek (Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company1974).

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