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A Sketch of Samaritan History, Dogma, and Literature
John William Nutt
Sin vista previa disponible - 2020
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Página 8 - In the ninth year of Hoshea the king of Assyria took Samaria, and carried Israel away into Assyria, and placed them in Halah and in Habor by the river of Gozan, and in the cities of the Medes.
Página viii - NUTT.— Two TREATISES ON VERBS CONTAINING FEEBLE AND DOUBLE LETTERS. By R. Jehuda Hayug of Fez. Translated into Hebrew from the original Arabic by R. Moses Gikatilia of Cordova, with the Treatise on Punctuation by the same author, translated by Aben Ezra. Edited from Bodleian MSS., with an English translation, by JW Nutt, MA Demy 8vo, pp. 312, sewed. 1870. 5s. NUTT. — A SKETCH OF SAMARITAN HISTORY, DOGMA, AND LITERATURE. An Introtroduction to "Fragments of a Samaritan Targum.
Página 46 - Bui. chose the tribe of Judah, even the hill of Sion, which he loved. 70 And there he built his temple on high, and laid the foundation of it like the ground which he hath made continually.
Página 76 - Abraham, as it is said there appeared ' a smoking furnace and a burning lamp' (Gen. xv, 17) ; • to him shall the people submit themselves' (ibid, xlix, 10) ; of him also it is said (Numb, xxiv, 17), 'he shall destroy all the children of Sheth, and Israel shall do valiantly ;' of him, ' the Lord thy God shall raise thee up from amidst thy brethren a prophet like unto me; unto him shall ye hearken
Página 46 - But chose the tribe of Judah, even the hill of Sion, which he loved. 70 And there he built his temple on high, and laid the foundation of it like the ground which he hath made continually.
Página 1 - FRAGMENTS OF A SAMARITAN TARGUM. Edited from a Bodleian. MS. With an Introduction, containing a Sketch of Samaritan History, Dogma, and Literature. By JW NUTT, MA Demy 8vo. cloth, pp. viii., 172, and 84. With Plate. 1874. las. Mutt. — A SKETCH OF SAMARITAN HISTORY, DOGMA, AND LITERATURE. Published as an Introduction to " Fragments of a Samaritan Targum.
Página 76 - Messiah the son of Joseph will come before Messiah the son of David, will assemble the ten tribes in Galilee and lead them to Jerusalem, but will at last perish in battle against Gog and Magog for the sins of Jeroboam.
Página 57 - the friends/ who varied in many respects the hitherto received feasts and traditions of their fathers. Several of their peculiarities are mentioned. They held for impure a fountain into which a dead insect had fallen 1 : altered the time for reckoning the purification of women and commencement of feasts : forbade the eating of eggs which had been laid, allowing those only to be eaten which were...
Página 98 - n, in the same sense; VaiJrI nx pTI (ibid. xiv. 14), he ' counted,' for jyvi, he 'led forth ;' all of them of very slight importance, which moreover have been rejected by later commentators; cf. Frankel, Einfluss, 242. Many of the classes into which Gesenius has divided the variations are evidently cross-divisions : the number has consequently been reduced by Kohn (De Pent. Sam. p. 9) to three : (i) Samaritan forms of words, (2) corrections and emendations, (3) glosses and corruptions for religious...