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Marinus Koster

it had derived by pure deterioration, now had to be conformed to it. See further below, n. 47. 38 For this distinction between ‘essential’ and ‘accidental’ phenomena/variants, cf. M.D. Koster, ‘The Copernican Revolution in the Study of the Origins of the Peshitta’, in Flesher (ed.), Targum and

Marinus Koster

Recent Studies’, in Dirksen and Mulder (eds.), The Peshi . tta , pp. 99 – 126 (p. 117 ); M.D. Koster, ‘Peshi . tta Revisited. A Reassessment of its Value as a Version’, JSS 38 ( 1993 ), pp. 235 – 268 (pp. 240 , 242 , 250 – 251 ); M.D. Koster, ‘The Copernican Revolution in the Study of the Origins of the

Gillian Greenberg

, 2002), pp. 26-31. Clearly, however, the Peshitta is not a slavishly literal rendering: M.D. Koster, ‘The Copernican Revolution in the Study of the Origins of the Peshitta’ in P.V.M. Flesher (ed.), Targum and Peshitta (Targum Studies, 2; South Florida Studies in the History of Judaism, 165; Atlanta

Ignacio Carbajosa

), pp. 341 – 354 . 51) Koster, The Peshitta of Exodus ; Cf. also M.D. Koster, ‘Peshitta Revisited: A Reassessment of its Value as a Version’, JSS 38 ( 1993 ), pp. 235 – 268 ; idem , ‘The Copernican Revolution in the Study of the Origins of the Peshitta’, P.V.M. Flesher (ed.), Targum Studies , II. Targum