Eveline van Staalduine-Sulman

Eveline van Staalduine-Sulman
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam | VU · Faculty of Religion and Theology

PhD

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It is a pleasure for the executive committee of the International Organization for Targumic Studies (IOTS) to invite you to the IOTS conference, connected to the international SBL conference on 17-21 July 2022 in Salzburg. The conference will include at least the topics  Targums of the Tora  Targum and Qumran  Targum Studies: Past and Present bu...
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To explore the question of whether Tg Jon might function as background to NT texts I compare Tg Jon and the gospel according to Matthew. I restrict this research to agricultural imagery, because the Targum is famous for its explanation of metaphors and similes, and because much imagery in Matthew has an agricultural background. It appears that in s...
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There are two versions of the Targum of Samuel with Latin translation that have been written or edited by Christian scholars. The first is present in two manuscripts of Alfonso de Zamora, viz. MSS 7542 (Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid; dated 1533) and M-1, M-2 and M-3 (Biblioteca General Histórica, Universidad de Salamanca; dated 1532–1534). The second...
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In the past few years the website www.targum.nl has been launched and filled with results from the Targum Institute. Now this is well under way, the time has come to give a short introduction to what can be found there. The website includes three major items, from leftto right: editional work, lists and databases of manuscripts, and descriptions of...
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Eep Talstra's publications and lectures have taught me at least two things about his view on texts. First, a text to him is a speech, and - until proven otherwise - is to be seen as a unity, with grammar, syntax, and meaning. That applies equally to prose and to poetry, even though in the latter we are not able to understand entirely the use of the...
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This article provides a description of MS 'Erfurt 1', now classified as Cod. Or. Fol. 1210-1211 at the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin . This manuscript is a huge Hebrew and Aramaic Bible, rooted in the tradition of the giant Bibles. The creation of this Bible was finished in 1343, most probably in or in the neighbourhood of Erfurt. The consonantal text...
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The authors discuss the text, language and contents of the first of the Songs of David, found in the Cairo Genizah. This song is an alphabet acrostic, praising God's loyalty towards King David. Comparison with other Jewish writings led to the conclusion that this psalm could well originate in the later period of Qumran. This period had a positive a...
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A partir de la question ouverte sur le Chant de l'agneau dans l'Apocalypse de S.Jean 15,2-3 et des fragments du Tosephta-Targum sur I Samuel 17, qui contient un texte poetique de David comme agneau vainqueur du monstre Goliath, l'arriere-fond juif du Nouveau Testament est ici revele. L'A. fait une etude des fragments du Targum du Chant de l'agneau...

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Historical Commentary is a series of commentaries on the Old Testament from a historical perspective: historical data behind and in the text as well as its reception history. See http://www.peeters-leuven.be/Search_serie_book.asp?nr=153