Online lectures from the 2nd Annual RIAB Center meeting (March, 2017)

The Lectures presented at the 2nd day of the 2nd Annual Conference of the RIAB Minerva Center, which took place at the Israel Institute of Advanced Studies (on the Givat Ram Campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, on March 2nd, 2017), can now be watched online.

Here is a list of the lectures – and links to the online versions:

Session 1: Aramaic in the Dead Sea Scrolls

Loren Stuckenbruck – Remaining Issues in the Textual Study of 1Enoch:

Daniel Machiela – The Aramaic Dead Sea Scrolls as Evidence of a Second-Temple Period Literary Movement:

Hillel Mali – ולאלפא יתי דין כהונתא: The Aramaic Levi Document and the Mishnaic Sources:

Jonathan Ben-Dov – Multiple Literary Editions of the Astronomical Book of Enoch:

Session 2: Small Aramaic Narratives

James Nathan Ford – Some Contributions of the Incantation Bowls to the Jewish Babylonian Aramaic Lexicon:

Marco Frenschkowski – Jesus as an Aramaic Story Teller:

Session 3: Hebrew and Aramaic Epigraphy

Shmuel Ahituv – The Jerusalem Papyrus:

Christopher Rollston – The Jerusalem Papyrus: Another Perspective:

Esther Eshel – Aramaic Ostraca from Maresha:

 

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