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Gamla Testamentet,” by Ivan Engnell, col. 654; J. B. Segal, Edessa: The Blessed City (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1970), 42-43, 165. 33 P was translated. Several scholars have noted parallels between P and T, both in language (Western Aramaic elements embedded in the Eastern Aramaic version) and content (certain shared deviations from other witnesses), and have concluded that P was originally transcribed into Syriac from a Western Aramaic Palestinian targum. Subsequently, the text was brought more and more into conformity with the proto-MT tradition.

43 Tov, Text-Critical Use, 54-60. He adds that a fifth criterion, linguistic adequacy of lexical choices, cannot be described statistically and is highly subjective, so it cannot be used profitably in the analysis of translation units. , 55. 45 It is common for a people who learn a new language to fuse it with aspects of their own language. v. “Languages of the World,” 803-5. Cf. also the comment by Conybeare and Stock, that the Greek of the OT (and NT) “is so deeply affected by Semitic influence as often to be hardly Greek at all, 23 sometimes occurs in the versions of the OT is etymologizing, the tendency to render words derived from one Hebrew root (presumably) by words derived from a single root in the target language.

J. Mulder, 147-68, Monographs of the Peshit@t a Institute, Leiden, no. 4 (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1988), 153-59; Sperber, Bible in Aramaic, 4b:409-17. 13 Johann Cook, “Composition of the Peshit@t a,” 159. 14 Mulder, “Use of the Peshit@t a,” 53. 34 The various targums have long traditions lying behind their commitment to parchment or papyrus. 15 The meturgemanîn (translators) were careful to preserve traditional interpretations of the texts, but, as is clear from a comparison of the targums to the Pentateuch (Onkelos, PseudoJonathan, Neofiti, the Fragmentary targums, and the fragments from the Cairo Geniza), conflicting renderings did develop in different places and at different times.

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