Kapcsolódó publikációk

Fekete Károly --- 2019
Máthé-Farkas Zoltán --- 2019

Job 29,18 is one of the most disputed verses from this chapter, especially with regard to the meaning of the Hebrew term lwx. This word can be rendered either as ‘palm’ (so, e.g. in the Septuagint and the Vulgate), or ‘sand’ (e.g. Saadiah Gaon), or ‘phoenix’ (e.g. Genesis Rabbah, B.Talmud Sanhedrin). Several Hungarian versions support both ‘sand’ and ‘phoenix’. This article shows that the Massora parva suggest that lwx is an example of talHin /double entendre.

Gonda László --- 2018
Székely József --- 2018

Doktori címet szerzett Székely József.

Marjovszky Tibor --- 2018
Márton János-Miklós --- 2018
Kovács Sándor --- 2007
Tunyogi Lehel --- 2008
Lengyelné Püsök Sarolta --- 2010
Hankó-Nagy Alpár --- 2010
Molnár János --- 2010
Adorjáni Zoltán --- 2011
Geréb Zsolt --- 2012
Tóth Levente --- 2013
Kolumbán Vilmos József --- 2014
Buzogány Dezső --- 2014
Straub Etelka --- 2014
Buzogány Dezső --- 2014
Tamás Iringó --- 2014
Deák Angéla-Vilma --- 2014

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