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Medieval Massorah’s Impact on Hebrew Philology
37th International Conference on Medieval Studies (2002)
  • Asher Finkel, Seton Hall University
Abstract
This paper examines the impact the Medieval Massorah had on the development of Hebrew philology and was presented at the 37th International Conference on Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University on May 2, 2002.
Keywords
  • Medieval,
  • Massorah,
  • masorah,
  • Hebrew,
  • Philology,
  • Ezra,
  • men of the Great Synagogue,
  • Targum,
  • Midrash,
  • Torah,
  • Essenes,
  • Qumran,
  • Zaddokite,
  • Book of Yesirah,
  • sefer,
  • sefar,
  • sefor,
  • Holy Tongue,
  • Abraham Ibn Ezra,
  • Saadia Gaon,
  • Yehudah Ibn Chayug,
  • Yonah Ibn Jarach,
  • Abd el Rahaman,
  • Yehudah Halevi,
  • Shlomo Ibn Gabriol,
  • Abrhama Ibn Ezra,
  • Maimonides,
  • Rashi,
  • Tosephists,
  • Leningrad Manuscript,
  • Ben Asher,
  • Tiberian,
  • Dikduke Hata'amim,
  • seventy faces,
  • Sepher Habahur,
  • Elijah Levitas,
  • Origen,
  • Commentary to Canticles
Publication Date
May 2, 2002
Citation Information
Asher Finkel, "Medieval Massorah’s Impact on Hebrew Philology." Paper presented at the 37th International Conference on Medieval Studies. Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2, 2002. Available at: http://works.bepress.com/asher_finkel/29.