By Maurice Casey
This ebook is going at the back of the Greek textual content of the Gospel of Mark and reconstructs a few of its assets within the unique Aramaic, the language that Jesus spoke. This paintings has been made attainable by means of the booklet of all of the Aramaic useless Sea Scrolls, which supply a foundation of Jewish Aramaic for the fitting interval. by way of reconstructing Aramaic assets and studying them of their unique context, this booklet increases the extent of facts that Jesus acknowledged and did the various issues attributed to him in our earliest assets.
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E. ), The Language of the New Testament: Classic Essays (JSNT. SS 60. Shef®eld, 1991), pp. 112±25. The state of play 41 and the Red Sea, at Exod. 29. This provides a genuine parallel to the Q expression gennhtoiÁ gynaikvÄn at Matt. 4; Sir. 12±13), we must infer the use of this expression by Jesus, long before an example is extant in our meagre Aramaic texts. In appendix E, Black published a seminal paper by G. 141 After a brief critical review of previous work, Vermes laid out the basic uses of (A)tQ(A) YB as a normal term for `man'.
138 Black, Aramaic Approach (31967), pp. 39±41. , pp. 38±9. See further M. Black, `Aramaic Studies and the Language of Jesus', in M. Black and G. ), In Memoriam Paul Kahle (BZAW 103. Berlin, 1968), pp. 17±28, rep. in S. E. ), The Language of the New Testament: Classic Essays (JSNT. SS 60. Shef®eld, 1991), pp. 112±25. The state of play 41 and the Red Sea, at Exod. 29. This provides a genuine parallel to the Q expression gennhtoiÁ gynaikvÄn at Matt. 4; Sir. 12±13), we must infer the use of this expression by Jesus, long before an example is extant in our meagre Aramaic texts.
P. 68. , p. 96. , pp. 20±2. , p. 107; see pp. 13±14 above. , pp. 110±11. 32 Aramaic sources of Mark's Gospel Lord', in place of the Greek ei! peÂ, because they read an Aramaic text in which YOA, correctly rendered ei! 113 The trouble with this is that we have no reason to believe that they read an Aramaic text at all, and an alternative explanation is readily available: the Syriac translator felt both that Zebedee's wife was bound to address Jesus respectfully, and so put JYO and that his Syriac sentence ¯owed better without a literal equivalent of ei!
Aramaic Sources of Mark's Gospel (Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series) by Maurice Casey