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In this paper I deal with MS II Firk. Arab.-Evr. 301, in the Russian National Library in St. Petersburg, which consists of a single leaf. A comparison of this manuscript with II Firk. Evr.-Arab. I. 2388 (fol. 56a, 1.8 to fol. 57a., 1.11) which contains most of part one of AbÅ« al-Faraj...
This article provides a critical edition and translation of the first eighteen items of the letter Aleph in the first list of the medico-botanical glossary compiled by Shem á¹¬ov ben Isaac of Tortosa in the second half of the 13th century. It is part of his translation into Hebrew of Book 29 of...
The inscription commemorating a donation by Polycharmos of Stobi has been known for seventy years. In spite of its palaeographic characteristics, which strongly suggest a 2nd-century CE dating, it is commonly dated to 279/280 CE, following...
The biblical law requiring the redemption of the firstborn of unclean animals appears in the Torah in two formulations. While Exodus limits the commandment to a firstborn ass, Numbers refers to an "unclean animal" in general. The Rabbis had two possible ways to reconcile the verses: (1) the ass...
The discovery of steelmaking can be considered one of the important leaps in the evolution of homo faber. Once iron smelting techniques were widely used, iron became the most common metal available. Although iron corrodes easily and is rather soft, with relatively simple skills and...
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