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Linguistic peculiarities in the Aramaic magic bowl texts

by Hannu Juusola

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Published by Finnish Oriental Society in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aramaic language -- Grammar.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [255]-262).

    Statementby Hannu Juusola.
    SeriesStudia Orientalia,, 86
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPJ5202 .J88 1999
    The Physical Object
    Pagination264 p. ;
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6825268M
    ISBN 10951938040X
    LC Control Number00307536

    (Linguistic Peculiarities of the Aramaic Magic Bowl Texts [Studia Orientalia 86], Helsinki some reservations on the koine hypothesis). The usefulness of the volume is enhanced by the extensive indexes and lists incorporated: a concordance of text numbers and plates; registration numbers and provenances; lists of formulae and refrains (since the bowls repeat stock phrases), names of. Kern-Ulmer, Brigitte (Rivka), 'The Depiction of Magic in Rabbinic Texts: The Rabbinic and The Greek Concept of Magic', Journal for the Study of Judaism, 27 (), pp. Kotansky, R., 'Two Inscribed Jewsih Aramaic Amulets from Syria', IEJ, 41 (), pp.

    An incantation bowl, also known as a demon bowl, devil-trap bowl, or magic bowl, is a form of early protective magic found in what is now Iraq and ed in the Middle East during late antiquity from the sixth to eighth centuries, particularly in Upper Mesopotamia and Syria, the bowls were usually inscribed in a spiral, beginning from the rim and moving toward the center.   The magic bowls from which the incantations in this book have been transcribed are a form of amulet which was peculiar to the Mesopotamian regions of modern day Iran and Iraq of the fourth to seventh centuries A.D. These magical texts were individually commissioned by people whose names are usually mentioned within the texts.

    Mandaeans and the Jews, both minority populations, each used their own Aramaic variety. The majority of recovered incantation bowls were written in Jewish Aramaic. These are followed in frequency by the Mandaic language and then Syriac. A handful of bowls have been discovered that were written in Arabic or Persian. Juusola, H. Linguistic Peculiarities in the Aramaic Magic Bowl Texts (Helsinki: Finnish Oriental Society). Google Scholar Kanarfogel, E. ‘Peering Through the Lattices’: Mystical, Magical and Pietistic Dimensions in the Tosafist Period (Detroit: Wayne State University Press).Cited by: 6.


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Studia Orientalia Helsinki: Finnish Oriental Society, Pp. ELJAKIM WAJSBERG, The Academy of the Hebrew Language, Jerusalem About years have elapsed since the first incantation bowls, originat-ing from Mesopotamia, were published by Thomas Ellis in The most.

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Juusola, "Linguistic Peculiarities in the Aramaic Magic Bowl Texts," Studia Orientalia86File Size: KB. The bowls are from the Schøyen Collection, which has some texts in different varieties of Aramaic: Jewish Aramaic, Mandaic and Syriac, and forms the largest collection of its kind anywhere in the world.

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Teaching arrangement and method of instruction: Lecture, reading texts, preparation and discussion Course/Module Content: 1. The place of Babylonian Aramaic in the history of Aramaic and its relationshop with other Aramaic diaclect 2.

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