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SAMARITAN MANUSCRIPT CULTURE AND THE ORAL TRANSMISSION OF THE SAMARITAN TORAH

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The speaker will examine the relationship between the written transmission of the Samaritan Pentateuch in its manuscripts, dating from the 11th century onwards, and its oral transmission in liturgical reading. The lecture will include a description of the phonology of the Samaritan Hebrew pronunciation and a discussion of its historical background.

This talk is part of the Semitic Philology Lecture series.

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