quinta-feira, 8 de julho de 2010
these are the lyrics in Hebrew: (Psalm 118:25-26)
אנא יהוה הושיע נא
אנא יהוה הצליחה נא
ברוך הבא בשם יהוה
'Ana' 'Adonay Hoshia' na' Por favor 'Adonay sálvanos ya!
'Ana' 'Adonay Hatzlijáh na' Por favor 'Adonay haznos prosperar ahora
Baruj Habá' bshem 'Adonay Bendito el que viene en el nombre de 'Adonay
quinta-feira, 1 de julho de 2010
CORPUS CHRISTIANORUM Nouveau Recueil des Lexiques Latin-Français du Moyen Age (LLF 4) Dictionnaire hébreu-latin-français de la Bible hébraïque de l'
Nouveau Recueil des Lexiques Latin-Français du Moyen Age (LLF 4)
Dictionnaire hébreu-latin-français de la Bible hébraïque de l'abbaye de Ramsey (XIIIe s.)
J. Olszowy-Schlanger, A. Grondeux (eds.)
CXLIV+289 p., 19 colour ill., 230 x 310 mm, 2008
Languages: Latin, Hebrew, French
The publication is available.The publication is available.
Retail price: EUR 275,00
This work constitutes the critical edition and in-depth study of a unique dictionary of Biblical Hebrew written by Christian scholars at Ramsey Abbey in East Anglia, during the third quarter of the 13th century. Each of the Hebrew entries in the dictionary (over three thousand five hundred, alphabetically arranged) has been translated into Latin, as well as Old French (in more than a thousand cases) and also into Middle English (in three cases). These translations are illustrated by quotations from the Vulgate, which are in turn corrected according to the literal meaning of the Hebrew Bible or its Jewish interpretations.
Rather than follow the patristic tradition of Hebraism and engage in anti-Jewish polemics, the Christian authors of this exceptional work actually turned to Jewish Rabbinic and Medieval sources, including the Aramaic targumim, midrashim, Rachi’s commentaries, ibn Parhon’s dictionary of Hebrew roots and so on. Building on the grammatical approach of the Spanish school, they elaborated a genuine philological work where the Hebrew Bible was used to correct the Vulgate, and more generally where the knowledge of the Hebrew language served to access and understand the original text of the Bible