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Gad Freudenthal

of two of the “Three Treatises” which Ibn Tibbon had appended to the Perush Qohelet . He modifies the first treatise, and reproduces the second without changes’ (Robinson, ‘Samuel Ibn Tibbon’s Commentary on Ecclesiastes ,’ vol. 1, 489). Were the two texts included by Gershom himself, or was one of

Judith Olszowy-Schlanger

. Published with the kind permission of the Longleat House Library. 2. MS Oxford, St. John’s College 143 was copied by the same Hebrew scribe as the previous MS CCC 9, from right to left. It contains the books of Josue (fols 1v–74r), Judges (fols 75r–138v), Song of Songs (fols 139r–149r) and Qohelet (149r–172

Eran Viezel

Tanakh”; “The verb speaks in the singular of the plural, as frequently occurs in the Tanakh”; “The ʾalep is instead of the hêh , as is often the case in the Tanakh.” See id., Sefer ha-kerem li- Šlomoh vě-huʾ bě-ʾor ḥadaš u-maspiq ʿal sefer qohelet [ Book of the Vineyard, Which Gives New and

Jonatan Meir

the end of the book, xi. 16 M.M. Lefin, Sefer Qohelet ʿim perush qatzar ve-haʿataka hadasha be-leshon ashkenaz le-toʿelet ahenu be-artzot polin, 1819 ( facsimile ) (Vilna 1930). A little later Simcha Katz discovered more translations by Lefin, see Katz, ‘Targumei tenakh’; it appears that Katz