The Classic Midrash: Tannaitic Commentaries on the Bible
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Tannaitic Commentaries on the Bible Reuven Hammer, Judah Goldin. Cover art :
This depiction of Rabban Gamaliel , together with his pupils , is from the famous
fourteenth - century Hebrew illuminated manuscript , the Sarajevo Haggadah .
Transliterations of Hebrew words basically follow the sound rather than the
accepted scholarly transliteration in order to permit the general reader to get a
sense of the pronunciation . Many midrashim are based on similarities of a word
It is clear from this that they were speaking Hebrew . And it says THAT IT IS
INDEED MY MOUTH SPEAKING TO YOU ( Gen. 45:12 ) . And it says THEY
ANSWERED , “ THE GOD OF THE HEBREWS HAS MANIFESTED HIMSELF TO
US ” ( Ex ...
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Notes to Introduction
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