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13 p, 134.1 KB The Latin Talmud and the extension of Papal jurisdiction over jews / Fidora, Alexander
This paper addresses the question of how the Latin translation of the Talmud, known as the Extractiones de Talmud (1245), is related to the changing perception of the Jews and in particular to the reassessment of their legal status during the thirteenth century. [...]
2020 - 10.1553/medievalworlds_no11_2020s152
Medieval worlds, Núm. 11 (2020) , p. 152-164  
5 p, 488.1 KB A Note on Words for "shield" in Akkadian / Watson, Wilfred G. E.
The two main terms discussed here are Akk. g/kabābu and Akk. ṣinnatu, with some reference to Akk. arītu and Bab. tukšu, all of which have the meaning "shield". The focus is on their possible etymology or cognates.
Historiae, Núm. 17 (2020) , p. 9-13 (Articles)  
21 p, 622.1 KB Muito mais que carne e ossos : o corpoe a relação com Deus na Bíblia Hebraica / Frighetto, Renan (Universidade Federal do Paraná (Brasil)) ; Ruppenthalneto, Willibaldo (Faculdades Batista do Paraná (Brasil))
El presente artículo trata de analizar cómo la Biblia Hebrea presenta el cuerpo humano, estudiando los textos bíblicos con particular atención a términos importantes para la antropología judía, a ejemplo de bāsār, usualmente traducido como "cuerpo", y nefesh, normalmente traducido como "alma", con el fin de destacar la particularidad de estos. [...]
This paper aims to analyze how the Hebrew Bible presents the human body, studying the biblical texts with particular attention to important terms for Jewish anthropology, like bāsār, usually translated as "body", and nefesh, normally translated as "soul", in order to highlight their particularity. [...]

Mirabilia, Núm. 30 (jan-jun 2020) , p. 251-271 (Articles)  
8 p, 654.8 KB El verb hebreu ḥåyâ (הָי ָח) 'viure' : origen etimològic d'un verb doblement dèbil / Vernet i Pons, Eulàlia (Universitat de Barcelona)
En aquest article s'ofereix la reconstrucció etimològica del verb hebreu ḥåyâ (הָי ָח) 'viure', un verb doblement dèbil, els orígens del qual van més enllà de l'estadi protosemític i s'endinsen en l'estadi antiquíssim del protoafroasiàtic. [...]
This article offers an etymological reconstruction of the Hebrew verb ḥåyâ (הָי ָח) 'to live'. A doubly weak verb, its origins can be traced back beyond the ProtoSemitic period to the very ancient Proto-Afro-Asiatic period. [...]

2011 - 10.2436/20.1006.01.20
Tamid: Revista Catalana Anual d'Estudis Hebraics, Vol. 7 (2011) , p. 181-188  
9 p, 263.1 KB Two Rare Ugaritic Terms for Garments / Watson, Wilfred G. E.
On the basis of a Punic cognate, it is proposed that Ugaritic mšlt means “stitched garment” and from reference to Hebrew and Syriac cognates it is argued that Ugaritic sgr means “collar”. [...]
Historiae, Núm. 14 (2017) , p. 35-43 (Articles)  
26 p, 568.7 KB The extractiones de Talmud and their relationship to the Hebrew Talmud manuscripts of the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale of Florence (MS Magl. coll. II.I.7, 8 and 9) / Cecini, Ulisse (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Los manuscritos talmúdicos Magl. coll. II. I. 8 y 9 de la Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale de Florencia contienen traducciones latinas marginales del Talmud que corresponden a la traducción del siglo XIII conocida como Extractiones de Talmud. [...]
The Talmud manuscripts Magl. coll. II. I. 8 and 9 of the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale of Florence contain marginal Talmud-translations in Latin which correspond to the 13thcentury translation Extractiones de Talmud. [...]

2017 - 10.3989/sefarad.017.004
Sefarad, Vol. 77 Núm. 1 (enero-junio 2017) , p. 91-115  
19 p, 689.6 KB Esteban de Garibay y la hipótesis hebraico-nabucodonosoriana / Perea Siller, Francisco Javier (Universidad de Córdoba)
El cronista Esteban de Garibay (1533-1599) se conoce en la historiografía lingüística por la contribución de sus ideas al desarrollo de la tradición apologista vasca (Zubiaur 1989; Anchustegui 2011). [...]
The chronicler Esteban de Garibay (1533-1599) is known in Historiography of Linguistics because of his contribution to the development of the apologist Basque tradition (Zubiaur 1989; Anchustegui 2011). [...]

Estudios de lingüística del español, Vol. 36 (2015) , p. 177-195 (Articles)  
26 p, 155.5 KB She will give birth immediately. Pregnancy and childbirth in medieval Hebrew medical texts produced in the Mediterranean West / Caballero Navas, Carmen (Universidad de Granada. Departamento de Estudios Semíticos)
This essay approaches the medieval Hebrew literature on women's healthcare, with the aim of analysing notions and ideas regarding fertility, pregnancy and childbirth, as conveyed in the texts that form the corpus. [...]
2014 - 10.4321/S0211-95362014000200006
Dynamis : Acta Hispanica ad Medicinae Scientiarumque. Historiam Illustrandam, Vol. 34 Núm. 2 (2014) , p. 377-401  
26 p, 107.8 KB Code-switching and dialogism : Verbal practices among Catalan Jews in the Middle Ages / Argenter, Joan A. 1947- (Joan Albert), (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Filologia Catalana)
From a strict linguistic viewpoint, code-switching intertwines with a diverse range of language contact phenomena, from strict interference to several kinds of language mixture. Code-switching has also been addressed as an interactional phenomenon in everyday talk, an approach that implies a synchronic perspective. [...]
Language in society, Vol. 30, Issue 3 (2001) , p. 377-402  
19 p, 123.8 KB Transcripció comuna d'altres sistemes gràfics a l'alfabet llatí. Distinció tipològica i proposta alternativa nominal / Cors i Meya, Jordi
Conveniència d'un tipus de transcripció culta comuna o universal. Descripció tipològica dels distints tipus de transcripció i la seva adequació als diversos tipus de sistemes gràfics. Exposició detallada de la proposta de transcripció comuna o universal -en la recepció per l'alfabet llatí-, tenint present totes les llengües amb altres sistemes gràfics -en l'origen-, però especialment el grec, l'hebreu, l'àrab i el rus. [...]
Convenience of a type of common or universal learned transcription. Typological description of the distinct types of transcription and its fitting for the diverse types of graphic systems. Detailed exposition of the proposal of a common or universal -relating to the reception by the Latin alphabet- transcription, dealing with all the languages with other graphic systems -relating to the origin-, but specially Greek, Hebrew, Arabic and Russian. [...]

Faventia, V. 26 N. 2 (2004) , p. 135-153  

Personal and institutional archives 1 records found  
2 p, 495.1 KB Dues còpies d'una carta de Pere Pascual al prof. R. H. Dalitz (una a Oxford University; l'altra a the Hebrew University of Jerusalem) demanant resposta a una carta anterior / Pascual, Pedro, 1934-2006
19 novembre 1971  
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