Saint Jerome's Hebrew Questions on Genesis

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ABBREVIATIONS

Bible and Versions

For the text of Genesis in Hebrew and in the Versions, the following abbreviations have been used in discussion of Jerome Hebrew Questions on Genesis, itself hereafter referred to as QHG.

Field F. Field (ed.), Origenis Hexaplorum Quae Supersunt, 2 vols.
( Oxford, 1875)
FTP, FTV The Fragment Targums preserved respectively in MS Paris,
Bibliothèque nationale Hébreu 110, and MS Vatican Ebr. 440,
ed. M. L. Klein, in The Fragment-Targums of the Pentateuch,
2 vols. ( Rome, 1980)
GM
( Klein)
M. L. Klein (ed.), Genizah Manuscripts of Palestinian Targum
to the Pentateuch
, 2 vols. ( Cincinnati, 1986)
LXX
( Wevers)
Septuaginta Vetus Testamentum Graecum, i: Genesis, ed. J. W. Wevers (Göttingen, 1974)
MT Masoretic Text. Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia ( Stuttgart,
1966-77)
Ngl Marginal and interlinear glosses of TN
Pesh The Peshitta Version ( United Bible Societies; London, 1979)
PJ Targum Pseudo-Jonathan. Targum Pseudo-Jonathan of the
Pentateuch
, ed. E. G. Clarke, W. E. Aufrecht, J. C. Hurd, and
F. Spitzer (Hoboken, NJ, 1984)
TN Targum Neofiti I. Ms. Neophyti I, ed. A. Díez Macho, 5 vols.
( Madrid and Barcelona, 1968-78)
TO Targum Onkelos. The Bible in Aramaic, i: The Pentateuch
according to Targum Onkelos
, ed. A. Sperber ( Leiden, 1959)
Vg Biblia Sacra iuxta Vulgatam Versionem, 2. vols. ( Stuttgart,
1969)
VL
( Fischer)
Vetus Latina: Die Reste der altlateinischen Bibel, ii: Genesis,
ed. B. Fischer ( Freiburg i.B., 1951)
Greek and Latin Sources
Abbreviations as follows have been used for authors and sources most
frequently cited.
Augustine, QG Quaestionum in Heptateuchum Liber i, in Sancti
Aurelii Augustini
. . . Opera Omnia, iii
, ed. Monks of

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Saint Jerome's Hebrew Questions on Genesis
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Oxford Early Christian Studies i
  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Abbreviations x
  • Introduction 1
  • Hebrew Questions on the Book of Genesis by Saint Jerome the Presbyter 28
  • Commentary 88
  • Bibliography 247
  • Index of Passages Cited 254
  • Index of Authors 268
  • General Index 271
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