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Moshe Held Memorial Conference

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    The Departments of Hebrew Language and of Bible, Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Studies of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva invite you to
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 11, 2008
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      The Departments of Hebrew Language

      and of

      Bible, Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Studies

      of

      Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva

      invite you to the

      Eleventh Israeli Conference on Biblical Philology in Memory of Moshe Held

      which will take place on

      Thursday, 16 Sivan, 5768 (19 June 2008)

      in

      Conference Hall A, Zlotowsky Student Center

      Marcus Family Campus

      Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva



      Program

      9:45-10:15 Reception

      10:15-10:30 Greetings

      Professor Chaim Cohen - in the Name of the Conference Organizers

      Professor Moshe Justman - Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social
      Sciences



      Memories of Moshe Held - Professor Shalom Paul



      10:30 - 12:00 Morning Session - Contemporary Biblical Philology in
      Relationship to Medieval Exegesis and Grammar



      Hanoch Gamliel - Was Rashi Too Among the Grammarians?



      Chaim Cohen -Did the Ark Have Feet? (Exodus 25:12); Who was Vashni? (1
      Chronicles 6:13) - Two Brilliant Philological Explanations by Ibn-Ezra



      Itamar Kislev - Spices, Perfumes and Scented Incense According to Ibn-Ezra
      and R. Shmuel Ben-Meir



      12:00-13:30 Luncheon Recess



      13:30-15:30 Afternoon Session - Biblical Philology of the Medieval Exegetes
      and Grammarians - Approaches and Implications



      Baruch Alster - The Imagery of the Lover and His Beloved as a Garden of
      Perfumes (Song of Songs 1:13-14; 4:12-5:1) in Light of Medieval Exegesis



      Shlomo Elqayam - The Dispute Between Maimonides and Nachmanides about
      Onqelos's Methodology in the Aramaic Rendering of Biblical Verbs of Motion



      Eren Vizal - The Method of "Thin Connections": The Exegetical Methodology of
      the Author of the Commentary on Chronicles Attributed to a Student of
      Saadyah Gaon



      Eli Vatad and Daniel Sivan - Basic Processes in the Linguistic Doctrine of
      Yehudah ben David Hayyuj





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