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    Quote Originally Posted by MortenJensen View Post
    Hi again
    It turns out that all the info I was looking for is in the version notes to TAR.
    BW just keeps amazing me. I really really love how more and more texts keep crawling in!
    Morten

    Copyright and Source Information:

    TAR
    TAR/TAM Targumim (Aramaic Old Testament)
    The Targum material is derived from the Hebrew Union College CAL
    Okay -- how do I find TAR? I don't think it's a part of the standard Bw8 product, nu?
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    Huh?
    Hope it is included in bw8 as well.
    It is in bw 7 - under Hebrew Texts.

    Morten

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    Note that the book uses Roman numerals for chapters.
    In the Search box at the upper right of the window, type in LII and you will find it among the hits.
    Last edited by MGVH; 02-27-2009 at 11:37 AM.
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    The link given below should take you to Isaiah 52 (or somewhere thereabouts).

    The Chaldee paraphrase on the prophet Isaiah [by Jonathan b. Uzziel] tr. by C.W.H. Pauli By Jonathan b. Uzziel

    You can download this document as a PDF, at least from the US version of Google (here).
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    Quote Originally Posted by MortenJensen View Post
    Huh?
    Hope it is included in bw8 as well.
    It is in bw 7 - under Hebrew Texts.

    Morten
    Aha... Well there's your problem -- Aramaic is not Hebrew (and vice-versa) -- despite the Babylonian connection and the misinformed comments by certain translators. Shalom
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    ? what ?
    Of cause Aramaic is not Hebrew ... but the Targumim are nevertheless listed under Hebrew in BW
    Morten

    Quote Originally Posted by John Parsons View Post
    Aha... Well there's your problem -- Aramaic is not Hebrew (and vice-versa) -- despite the Babylonian connection and the misinformed comments by certain translators. Shalom

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    Jim! Thanks, I've got it now - an entire sweet PDF file - a scan from Harvard U Library. Where is Google going to take us next?
    Morten

    Quote Originally Posted by jdarlack View Post
    The link given below should take you to Isaiah 52 (or somewhere thereabouts).

    The Chaldee paraphrase on the prophet Isaiah [by Jonathan b. Uzziel] tr. by C.W.H. Pauli By Jonathan b. Uzziel

    You can download this document as a PDF, at least from the US version of Google (here).

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