The Contribution of Componential Analysis to the Semantic Analysis of a Lexical Field of Ancient Hebrew: Some Concrete Examples from the Lexical Field of the Substantives of Gift

The Contribution of Componential Analysis to the Semantic Analysis of a Lexical Field of Ancient... CONTENTS Essays Francesco Zanella The Contribution of Componential Analysis to the Semantic Analysis of a Lexical Field of Ancient Hebrew: Some Concrete Examples from the Lexical Field of the Substantives of Gift ................................. 189 Aleida Paudice On Three Extant Sources of the Qur’an Transcribed in Hebrew ...... 213 Yael S. Feldman Israeli Gnosticism: Amos Oz’s Gospel according to Jephthah ............ 259 Konrad Zielin ´ ski Polish-Jewish Relations in the Kingdom of Poland during the First World War ........................................................................ 269 Notes Pieter W. van der Horst The Jews of Ancient Phrygia ...................................................... 283 Gianfranco Miletto A New Look into Judah Moscato’s Life: His Recently Discovered Last Will and Testament from the State Archives of Mantua .......... 293 Satoko Kamoshida The Variations of Yiddish Orthographical Systems in the Present Hasidic Newspapers ................................................................... 299 Bibliographical Report Lennart Lehmhaus As It is Written: A Bibliographical Review of Recent Studies in Midrash .................................................................................... 313 ii contents Book Reviews Efraim Lev and Zohar Amar Practical Materia Medica of the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean according to the Cairo Genizah .................................................... 327 Ilana Tahan Hebrew Manuscripts. The Power of Script and Image ................... 360 Bram Mertens Dark Images, Secret Hints. Benjamin, Scholem, Molitor and the Jewish Tradition http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Journal of Jewish Studies Brill

The Contribution of Componential Analysis to the Semantic Analysis of a Lexical Field of Ancient Hebrew: Some Concrete Examples from the Lexical Field of the Substantives of Gift

European Journal of Jewish Studies, Volume 2 (2): 189 – Jan 1, 2008

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© 2008 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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CONTENTS Essays Francesco Zanella The Contribution of Componential Analysis to the Semantic Analysis of a Lexical Field of Ancient Hebrew: Some Concrete Examples from the Lexical Field of the Substantives of Gift ................................. 189 Aleida Paudice On Three Extant Sources of the Qur’an Transcribed in Hebrew ...... 213 Yael S. Feldman Israeli Gnosticism: Amos Oz’s Gospel according to Jephthah ............ 259 Konrad Zielin ´ ski Polish-Jewish Relations in the Kingdom of Poland during the First World War ........................................................................ 269 Notes Pieter W. van der Horst The Jews of Ancient Phrygia ...................................................... 283 Gianfranco Miletto A New Look into Judah Moscato’s Life: His Recently Discovered Last Will and Testament from the State Archives of Mantua .......... 293 Satoko Kamoshida The Variations of Yiddish Orthographical Systems in the Present Hasidic Newspapers ................................................................... 299 Bibliographical Report Lennart Lehmhaus As It is Written: A Bibliographical Review of Recent Studies in Midrash .................................................................................... 313 ii contents Book Reviews Efraim Lev and Zohar Amar Practical Materia Medica of the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean according to the Cairo Genizah .................................................... 327 Ilana Tahan Hebrew Manuscripts. The Power of Script and Image ................... 360 Bram Mertens Dark Images, Secret Hints. Benjamin, Scholem, Molitor and the Jewish Tradition

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