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Müller-Kessler and Sokoloff

As in vol. IIA, all surviving fragments of the Christian Palestinian Aramaic version of the early period (5th-8th centuries AD) and the middle period (9th-10th centuries AD) are collated, and the individual biblical books are arranged according to their original manuscript. Additional newly identified fragments of Acts and 2 Corinthians and the latest finds from the Monastery of St. Catherine were included as well. The text is accompanied by a philological commentary and a glossary.

Müller-Kessler and Sokoloff

This volume is the first critical edition of all accessible palimpsest fragments of the Gospels in the Christian Palestinian Aramaic version surviving from the early period (5th-8th centuries AD). For this enterprise, the scattered text material was collated and additional fragments were identified. The latest finds from the Monastery of St. Catherine, Sinai, have been included as well. In addition, this text edition is enhanced by distinguishing the different revisions of the synoptic Gospels which are of importance for Bible critics, since the Christian Palestinian Aramaic version provides direct evidence for the original Greek version. The text is accompanied by a philological commentary and a glossary.

Müller-Kessler and Sokoloff

The Christian Palestinian Aramaic Old Testament and Apocrypha version from the Early Period gives the reader a new and revised edition of the remaining textes of these books from the pre-Islamic Period, and presents a much more accurate text of this version than has hitherto been available. All previously published manuscripts were reread from the originals, and a number of newly identified fragments are published here for the first time. The usefulness of the edition is enhanced by a glossary of all the words occurring in these texts.

Müller-Kessler and Sokoloff

The Christian Palestinian Aramaic version of The Forty Martyrs of the Sinai Desert, Eulogius the Stone-Cutter and Anastasia is the third volume in the series A Corpus of Palestinian Aramaic of the Early period (5th-8th cents. AD). The edition replaces A.S. Lewis' 1912 version of the text. All available palimpsest fragments have been rechecked and their reading has been improved. Some small fragments formerly missing in the editio princeps have been identified and added. The text is accompanied by an English translation, a glossary, and a short philological commentary.