Übersetzung des Talmud Yerushalmi 978-3-16-148313-4 - Mohr Siebeck
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Übersetzung des Talmud Yerushalmi

II. Seder Moed. Traktat 1 : Shabbat – Schabbat
Hrsg. v. Martin Hengel (+), Peter Schäfer, Friedrich Avemarie, Hans-J. Becker u. Frowald G. Hüttenmeister
Übers. v. Frowald G. Hüttenmeister

[Translation of the Talmud Yerushalmi. Volume II/1: Shabbat. Translated into German by Frowald Gil Hüttenmeister.]

2004. XXXIII, 500 pages.
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The Shabbat treatise is the longest in the Talmud Yerushalmi. It deals with the rules on the observation of the Shabbat, which is more important than the holidays. There is a detailed commentary of Gil Frowald Hüttenmeister's translation, and the modern secondary literature as well as the traditional commentaries are taken into consideration. The indexes, including an index of parallel passages, enable easy use.
The Shabbat treatise is the longest in the Talmud Yerushalmi. It deals with the rules on the observation of the Shabbat, which is more important than the holidays. The basic commandment to rest is dealt with in detail in all areas of daily life, such as cooking, sewing, building, writing, harvesting, caring for the poor, travelling, shipping, dentistry, circumcision etc. There is a detailed commentary of Gil Frowald Hüttenmeister's translation, and the modern secondary literature as well as the traditional commentaries are taken into consideration. The indexes, including an index of parallel passages, enable easy use.
Authors/Editors

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.

Friedrich Avemarie Studium der Ev. Theologie in Heidelberg, München, Montpellier und Tübingen; Studium der Judaistik in Jerusalem und Berlin; 1995 Promotion; 2000 Habilitation; 2002–12 Professor für Neues Testament und antikes Judentum in Marburg.

Hans-Jürgen Becker Geboren 1956; Studium der Theologie in Göttingen und der Judaistik in Jerusalem; 1985–94 wiss. Mitarbeiter, 1994–97 wiss. Assistent am Institut für Judaistik in Berlin; 1988 Promotion; 1996 Habilitation; seit 1997 Professor für Neues Testament und antikes Judentum in Göttingen; Leiter des Instituts für Judaistik in Göttingen.

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: Revue des Etudes Juives — 168 (2009), S. 295–298 (José Costa)
In: Zeitschr. f. d. Alttestamentl. Wissenschaft — Bd.117 (2005), S.162f (S. Schreiner)
In: Archivo Teologico Granadino — Jg.68 (2005), S.450 (A. Torres)
In: International Review of Biblical Studies — Vol.50 (2003/04), 1440
In: Judaica — Jg.61 (2005), H.2, S.169ff (Matthias Morgenstern)
In: New Testament Abstracts — Vol.49 (2005), H.2, S.440
In: Revue Théologique de Louvain — Jg.26 (2005), H.1, S.101f (P.-M. Bogaert)
In: Salesianum — Jg.68 (2006), H.1, S.184f (Rafael Vicent)