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Eighth International Congress of the International Organization for Masoretic Studies Chicago 1988 (Missoula, 1990). See also D. Becker, 'Traces of Judah Ibn Quraysh in Manuscript, particularly in Genizah Fragments', and I. ), Genizah Research after Ninety Years (n. 16 above), pp. 14-21 and 67-73, as well as the pioneering work of J. Mann in Texts and Studies in Jewish History and Literature, II (Cincinnati, 1935). 40 The Aramaic Bible: Targums in their Historical Context literal interpretation of the biblical verse given a boost by such systematic approaches.
26. S. D. ), Palestinian Syriac Texts from Palimpsest Fragments in the Taylor-Schechter Collection (London, 1900); M. Sokoloff and J. Yahalom, 'Christian Palimpsests from the Cairo Geniza', Revue d'histoire des Textes 8 (1978), pp. 109-32. 27. C. , with preface by C. Taylor), Fragments of the Books of Kings according to the translation of Aquila (Cambridge, 1897); C. Taylor, HebrewGreek Cairo Genizah Palimpsests from the Taylor-Schechter Collection (Cambridge, 1900). 28. The topic is fully discussed in A.
51 Finally, it should be noted that neither Jesus nor Christian liturgy escape mention among the Genizah fragments. The rather uncomplimentary and folkloristic account of the life of Jesus known as Toledoth Yeshu is well represented and no doubt made the persecuted Jews of the middle ages feel a little better,52 while no wholly satisfactory reason can be offered for 49. S. A. Fitzmyer (New York, 1970); L. Ginzberg, Eine Unbekannte JUdische Sekte (New York, 1922), translated into English and expanded as An Unknown Jewish Sect (New York, 1976); S.