Übersetzung des Talmud Yerushalmi 978-3-16-147045-5 - Mohr Siebeck
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Übersetzung des Talmud Yerushalmi

III. Seder Nashim. Traktat 2: Sota – Die des Ehebruchs verdächtigte Frau
Hrsg. v. Martin Hengel, Jacob Neusner u. Peter Schäfer
Übers. v. Frowald G. Hüttenmeister

[Translation of the Talmud Yerushalmi. Edited by Martin Hengel, Peter Schäfer, Hans-Jürgen Becker, Frowald Gil Hüttenmeister. Volume III/2: Sotah – The Woman Suspected of Adultery. Translated into German by Frowald Gil Hüttenmeister with the help of]

1998. XXIX, 283 pages.
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This is the first translation of the Yerushalmi Sotah into German. It includes a commentary based on classical commentaries and modern scholarship as well as textual notes, cross-references, parallels and indexes. The tractate Sotah deals with the procedure laid down in Numbers 5:11–31 to which a woman suspected of adultery is subjected. Other subjects dealt with include further examples of reliation according to the principle of 'measure for measure', problems of cleanliness, the expansion of the Levites' cities, the blessings and the curses given on Mount Garizim and Mount Ebal, problems involved in various types of war and the deferment of certain persons from military service. It also gives examples of the decline of religion and morals and the increase in misfortune and plagues.
This is the first translation of the Yerushalmi Sotah into German. It includes a commentary based on classical commentaries and modern scholarship as well as textual notes, cross-references, parallels and indexes. The tractate Sotah deals with the procedure laid down in Numbers 5:11–31 to which a woman suspected of adultery is subjected. Other subjects dealt with include further examples of reliation according to the principle of 'measure for measure', problems of cleanliness, the expansion of the Levites' cities, the blessings and the curses given on Mount Garizim and Mount Ebal, problems involved in various types of war and the deferment of certain persons from military service. It also gives examples of the decline of religion and morals and the increase in misfortune and plagues.
Authors/Editors

Jacob Neusner No current data available.

Martin Hengel (1926–2009) was Professor of New Testament and Early Judaism at the Protestant Theology Faculty at the University of Tübingen.

Peter Schäfer Geboren 1943; 1968 Promotion; 1973 Habilitation; 1983–2008 Professor für Judaistik an der Freien Universität Berlin; 1998–2013 Ronald O. Perelman Professor of Jewish Studies und Professor of Religion an der Princeton University; seit 2014 Direktor des Jüdischen Museums Berlin.

Frowald Gil Hüttenmeister Geboren 1938; Studium der Judaistik in Deutschland, Österreich und Israel; 1970 Promotion; Dozent für Judaistik an den Universitäten Tübingen, Duisburg, Wuppertal, Paris und Haifa; im Ruhestand.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Zeitschr. f. d. Alttestamentl. Wissenschaft — Bd 112 (2000), S. 483 (S. Schreiner)
In: Frankfurter Judaistische Beiträge — 2000, H.27, S. 165f. (Heinz-Peter Tilly)
In: Archivo Teologico Granadino — Jg. 62, (1999), S. 392–393 (A. Torres)
In: Journal for the Study of Judaism — Jg.32 (2001) S. 308
In: New Testament Abstracts — Vol. 43, (1999), Nr. 2, S. 423
In: Salesianum — Jg. 62, (2000), Nr. 1, S. 183–184 (R. Vicent)