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Saadia vs. Rashi: On the Shift from Meaning-Maximalism to Meaning-Minimalism in Medieval Biblical Lexicology.
(University of Pennsylavnia Press, 1998-01)
Saadia Gaon and Rashi held very different views concerning the task of the lexicographer. Saadia believed that the lexicographer must not limit himself to listing the common, well-attested meanings of a word; he has a duty ...
You Can't Offer Your Sacrifice and Eat It Too: A Polemical Poem from the Aramaic Text in Demotic Script.
(University of Chicago Press, 1984-05)
Why Bishlam (Ezra 4:7) Cannot Rest "In Peace": On the Aramaic and Hebrew Sound Changes That Conspired to Blot out the Remembrance of Bel-Shalam the Archivist.
(The Society of Biblical Literature, 2007)