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<ul><li><p>World Union of Jewish Studies / </p><p>-Author(s): " Source: Report (World Congress of Jewish Studies) / - , pp. 198-199 " / 1961Published by: World Union of Jewish Studies / Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23514096 .Accessed: 28/06/2014 09:26</p><p>Your use of the JSTOR archive indicates your acceptance of the Terms &amp; Conditions of Use, available at .http://www.jstor.org/page/info/about/policies/terms.jsp</p><p> .JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range ofcontent in a trusted digital archive. We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new formsof scholarship. For more information about JSTOR, please contact support@jstor.org.</p><p> .</p><p>World Union of Jewish Studies / is collaborating with JSTOR todigitize, preserve and extend access to Report (World Congress of Jewish Studies) / - </p><p>http://www.jstor.org </p><p>This content downloaded from 92.63.101.146 on Sat, 28 Jun 2014 09:26:21 AMAll use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions</p><p>http://www.jstor.org/action/showPublisher?publisherCode=wujshttp://www.jstor.org/stable/23514096?origin=JSTOR-pdfhttp://www.jstor.org/page/info/about/policies/terms.jsphttp://www.jstor.org/page/info/about/policies/terms.jsp</p></li><li><p> ' </p><p> , '</p><p> ,( ') .</p><p> . </p><p> ,( . ) .</p><p> . . </p><p> ,( ) .</p><p> . </p><p> , , .</p><p> . 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() ' </p><p> , , .' , (" ) </p><p> ' , .(" ) </p><p> . </p><p>199 </p><p>This content downloaded from 92.63.101.146 on Sat, 28 Jun 2014 09:26:21 AMAll use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions</p><p>http://www.jstor.org/page/info/about/policies/terms.jsp</p><p>Article Contentsp. 198p. 199</p><p>Issue Table of ContentsReport (World Congress of Jewish Studies) / - , (" / 1961), pp. 1-380, I-XXIV OPENING ADDRESSES / - " , ' " -, [pp. 23-27] -, - [pp. 27-28]</p><p>PLENARY AND SPECIAL SESSIONS / Cyrus King of Persia and his Edict to the Exiles / : -2500 [pp. 29-32]"Le Messie" dans la religion Zoroastrienne et Cyrus "le Messie" dans la Bible / "" " [pp. 33-33]The Historical Background of the Edict of Cyrus / [pp. 34-35]Cyrus and his Edict in Rabbinic Sources / " [pp. 36-38]Some Observations on the Battle of Deborah and Barak in Judges / [pp. 38-39]The Mishnah and History / [pp. 40-41]Religion and People-hood in the History of the Diaspora / [pp. 41-42]The Significance of the Ugaritic Parallels to the Bible / " [pp. 42-43]The Kingdom of Aram / [pp. 43-46]The Newly Discovered Hebrew, Aramaic and Nabataean Papyri from the Times of Bar-Kochba / , - [pp. 46-46]The Greek Papyri among the Dead Sea Scrolls / [pp. 47-47]World Evolution in Information Processing and its Influence on Linguistic Research / [pp. 47-48]The State of Jewish Archives in Israel and in the Diaspora / [pp. 49-50]Die textkritischen Studien der spanischen Hebraisten und die bevorstehende Verffentlichung der hebrischen Bibel in Spanien / " [pp. 50-51]The Hebrew University Bible Project / [pp. 51-51]The Institute of Jewish Bibliography Discussion / [pp. 51-53]</p><p>BIBLE STUDIES AND ANCIENT NEAR EAST IN BIBLICAL TIMES / New View-Points on Cuneiform Literature / - [pp. 54-54]The Importance of Tishri in the Mesopotamian Calendar / - [pp. 55-57]The Trembling of the World at the Appearance of God / ' [pp. 57-58]Five Cushite Clans in Canaan at the Times of the Israelite Conquest / - [pp. 58-60]Mari and the Bible: Some Patterns of Tribal Organization and Institutions / - - [pp. 60-60]A Re-examination of the Economic Role of Forced Labour in Ancient Israel / [pp. 61-62]Lawless Women in the Bible / - [pp. 62-63]Foms of Old Babylonian Legislation (Compared with Biblical Laws) / ( ) [pp. 63-64]The Spiritual Structure of Biblical Aphoristic Wisdom. A Review of Recent Standpoints and Theories / : [pp. 64-65]Methodological Suggestions for the Study of the Narravite Art of the Bible / - [pp. 65-66]Shiloh and Jerusalem A Contribution to the Study of the Priestly Tradition in the Pentateuch / : [pp. 67-68]'Stylistic Conflation' and 'Double Readings' A Literary Device and its Textual Mutation / " " "-" - [pp. 68-70]The Babylonian Text of the Bible / : - [pp. 70-71]Variant Readings in IQIsa 37 and their Importance for the History of Text-Transmission / - , , [pp. 71-72]The MT in the Light of the Hodayoth Scroll / [pp. 72-73]L'Hritage Canaanen dans le livre du Prophte Ose / [pp. 73-74]Micah's Historical and Political Philosophy / - [pp. 74-75]Egyptian Names and Concepts in the Joseph Story / [pp. 75-75]Remarks on Modern Interpretations of the Prophets / [pp. 75-76]Hosea 12 : 1-14 / , [pp. 76-77]Ezekiel 20 and the Idea of Galut / [pp. 77-78]L'Attitude d'Agag devant la mort (1 Sam XV, 32) / (" , ) [pp. 78-79]Rachel's Tomb / [pp. 79-80]The Moab Prophecy and the Moabite Stone / - - [pp. 80-82]The Sequence of Persian Kings in Ezra 4-6 / [pp. 82-84]A Study of the New Manuscripts of the so-called 'Ben Naftali School' / - [pp. 84-85]The Differences between Ben Asher and Ben Naftali in the Light of the Latest Discoveries / [pp. 85-86]The Method of the Targum to Ecclesiastes / [pp. 87-88]The Tradition of the Wanderings and the Tradition af the Settlement in Transjordan / - [pp. 88-89]</p><p>PSEUDEPIGRAPHA AND DEAD SEA SCROLLS / The Essenes and the Dead Sea Scrolls / - [pp. 90-91]City and Counter-City (a Study on the Relationship between the Qumran community and the Zealots) / : [pp. 91-92]Notes on the historical allusions in the DS Pesharim / [pp. 92-92]L'Inscription du rouleau de cuivre trouv Qoumrn / - 15, 3 [pp. 92-93]Observations on the list of Treasures in the Copper Scroll in the Light of Talmudic Sources / [pp. 94-95]L'Acedia dans la Littrature de Qumran / [pp. 95-96]"Goral" in den Texten von Qumran / "" - [pp. 96-97]The "Drink of the Many" in 1 Qs, and the Relevance of Ritual Purity in the System of Qumran / [pp. 97-98]Some Observations concerning the Authority of the Jubilees Calendar / [pp. 98-98]Exilic and Post-Exilic Changes in the Calendar and Festivals / [pp. 99-100]Calendrier de Jubils et Pentateuque / [pp. 100-100]The Problem of Eschatology in the Qumran Documents / - - [pp. 101-101]Remarks on the Falashas and on 'The Death of Moses' in their Literature / " " [pp. 102-102]Qumran and the Origin of the Epistle to the Hebrews / [pp. 102-102]The Three Messiahs in the Gospel of Matthew / [pp. 103-103]"I will not return evil to anybody with Good I will pursue Men" (I QS, 19 f.); An attitude and its motivation / " , " ( , 19 ) [pp. 104-104]</p><p>TALMUD AND RABBINICS / The Religious and Psychological Motives in the Halacha of Rabbi Yohanan and Resh Lakish / [pp. 105-106]Additions in the Mishna and how they may be Recognized / [pp. 106-107]The Effect of Local Conditions on Variants in the Mishna / [pp. 107-108]Some Remarks on the Literary Aspect of Talmud and Midrash in their Relation to Hellenistic Civilization / [pp. 108-110]Homilies from the Bible and Homer / [pp. 110-111]The Barayta de Shemuel in the Light of Greek Astrology / [pp. 111-112]The Problem of Tanna'im versus Amora'im / "" "" [pp. 113-113]The Sources and their Transmission: On the relationship between the Sources in the Talmud and their Transmission / , [pp. 113-114]The Sources and the Developmnt of the Sugya in the Bablonian Talmud / [pp. 115-116]Several Fragments of Palestinian Halakhic Compilations of the Gaonic Period / - [pp. 116-117]New Light on the Pesiqta De-Rav Kahana / [pp. 117-118]The Meaning of Certain Editorial Terms in the Pesiqta Rabbati an Attempt to analyze the Structure of a Midrash / [pp. 118-119]On the Palestinian Tora Reading / "" [pp. 119-120]Maimonides in the Writings of his Son Rabbi Avraham / " ' [pp. 120-121]Huqqey Ha-Torah: Origins and Tendencies / [pp. 121-121]The Transmission of Traditions in the Babylonian Talmud / [pp. 122-123]</p><p>TALMUD AND JEWISH LAW JOINT SESSION / A Solution for the Plea of Qim Li / " " [pp. 124-126]Engagement and Marriage in Ancient Hebrew Law / [pp. 126-127]The Solemn Handclasp, its Development and its Symbolic and Historical Significance / : [pp. 127-130]R. Ephraim of Bonn's Commentary on the Prayer Books / ' [pp. 130-130]</p><p>HEBREW LITERATURE / Unpublished Poems in Hebrew Ms. 6 in the John Rylands Library / - 6 ' [pp. 131-132]Nishmot Qol Hay, l'hymne christologique de Philippiens II, 6-11 et la liturgie eucharistique / " " - [pp. 132-133]Biblical Parallelism as a Source of the Western Rhyme / " [pp. 133-134]An Ancient Example of the Yotzer Prayer / "" [pp. 134-135]Form Patterns of the Lawcourt in Jewish Prayers / - [pp. 135-136]Lost Midrashim in the Liturgical Poems of Yannay / [pp. 136-137]Body and Spirit in the Hebrew Poetry of Spain / [pp. 137-138]"Time" and "World" in Spanish Hebrew Secular Poetry in the Middle Ages / "" "" - - [pp. 139-140]Yosef ben Amran, a Friend of Abraham Ibn Ezra / , - [pp. 141-141]The Tales of Jacob Ben Elazar of Toledo / [pp. 141-141]The Book of the Gests of Alexander of Macedon (Sefer Toledot Alexandros Ha-Makedoni) / " " [pp. 142-142]Prcis of Esther Echoes in Mishle Sendebar / " " [pp. 143-143]The Story of Yosef della Reine / ' [pp. 144-144]Moses Hayyim Luzzatto's "Rhetoric" ("Leshon Limmudim") / " " [pp. 145-146]The Nature of Melitza / "" ? [pp. 146-147]Sickness and Death in the Hebrew Novel of the Haskalah Period / [pp. 147-148]The Press of the Second Aliya / [pp. 148-149]Rythmical Development Attendant upon the Change from Ashkenazi to Sephardi Pronunciation in Modern Hebrew Poetry / "" ("" "") [pp. 149-149]The Jewish Folktale in the Lifework of M. J. Berdyczewski / ' [pp. 150-151]Some Features of the Historical Drama of the Hebrew Renaissance (1897-1948) / [pp. 151-151]How a Neologism Becomes a Stereotype / ? [pp. 152-152]Aristophanes in Hebrew Garb / [pp. 152-154]Aspects of Abstraction, Concreteness and Sensuousness in the Descriptive and Historical Poeties of Modern Poetry / , [pp. 155-155]Forms and Asthetic Devices in the Novels of S. Y. Agnon / " [pp. 155-156]Aspects of Brenner's Style / " [pp. 157-158]Bialik National or Universal Poet / ? [pp. 158-159]How Bialik's Ego is Reflected in his Article "Halakha and Aggada" / " " "" ? [pp. 159-161]Philosophic Aspect of Father and Mother Images in Bialik's Poetry / [pp. 161-162]</p><p>HEBREW LANGUAGE / The Alphabet Museum and Seminar: its Importance for Jewish Studies / " : [pp. 163-163]Is Penultimate Stress Primary in Hebrew? / [pp. 163-164]The Canaanite Glosses in the Tell-El-Amarna Documents / - [pp. 164-165]Adverbs, Prepositions and Conjunction Some Reflections and Suggestions / -, - -: [pp. 165-166]Zero Processes in Biblical Hebrew / - [pp. 166-166]On Some Types of Verbless Sentences in Biblical Hebrew / - [pp. 167-173]Samaritan Hebrew and Origen's Secunda / [pp. 174-174]Programme of Research into Mediaeval North-West European Hebrew / - [pp. 175-176]Unrecognized Semantic Borrowing in Mishnaic Hebrew / : [pp. 177-178]Studies in the Syntax of Targum Onkelos / [pp. 178-179]Aramaic and Hebrew in the Talmud and Midrash / [pp. 179-181]Biblical and Mishnaic Hebrew in Saadya's Egron / " "" " [pp. 181-182]The Problems Connected with the Study of Jewish Dialects / [pp. 182-184]Foreign Influences on Modern Hebrew / [pp. 185-186]Views on the Revival of the Hebrew Language / [pp. 187-188]Trends in Verb Innovations in Modern Hebrew / [pp. 188-188]Means of Emphasis in Modern Hebrew / [pp. 189-190]A Procedure of Formal Analysis of Literary Metaphors / [pp. 191-191]Vocabulary Studies in Literary Prose / - [pp. 192-193]On the Semantic Classification of Metaphors / [pp. 193-194]L'Harmonie et l'expressivit, lois essentielles de la langue Hbraique / - [pp. 195-195]</p><p>LANGUAGES AND HISTORY JOINT SESSION / The Medieval Jewish Attitude to the Hebrew Language / - [pp. 196-196]On the Geographic Dimensions of Jewish Languages and Jewish Culture / [pp. 196-197]</p><p>YIDDISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE / A Note on the Cambridge MS. (ed. L. Fuks) / - ' [pp. 198-198]- [pp. 198-199]Some Observations on the Shmuel-Buch, ed. Felix Falk / " " [pp. 199-199]The Yiddish Historical Poems of the 17th Century / " " " [pp. 200-201]"Yiddishism" at the End of the 17th and in the First Half of the 18th Century / "" " " [pp. 201-201]The Yiddish Lyric of "Young America" (A Reappraisal of "Di Yunge") / " " : " " [pp. 202-202]The Kiev Period in Yiddish Literature / [pp. 203-203]Some Problems of Our Prose / [pp. 204-205]"Yung Vilne" / " " [pp. 205-205]The Linguistic Character of MS Cambridge TS. 10. K. 22 as illustrated by its Vowel System / - ' TS 10 K 22 [pp. 205-206]Romance S in Yiddish / S [pp. 207-208]On the Slavonic Elements in Yiddish / [pp. 208-210]On Western Yiddish in Switzerland (Gailingen) / - [pp. 210-211]The Influence of the Vernacular and the Yiddish Dialects on the Language of Noah Prilutzky / - [pp. 211-212]Some Problems in the Study of Jewish Language / [pp. 212-214]</p><p>LADINO AND JEWISH LITERATURE IN OTHER LANGUAGES / Una "Biblia Romanceada" del siglo XII / " [pp. 215-215]An Unknown Poem in Old Castilian on the History of the World / - [pp. 215-216]Jewish Figures in Post-War Dutch Literature / [pp. 216-217]The Influence of the Jewish Tragedy on Dutch Literature / [pp. 218-219]Elments Franais dans l'anthroponymie / [pp. 219-220]The Humanist Jacob Houly, Author of Me-'Am Lo'ez, his Family and Time / ' [pp. 221-221]Remnants of Spanish Folk Songs in Sephardic Poetry / [pp. 221-222]At-t-il exist en Espagne un dialecte Judo-Espagnol? / - ? [pp. 223-223]Ladino Literature / [pp. 224-224]A Guide to Jerusalem from the Cairo Genizah / [pp. 224-225]Commercial Letters from the Mediterranean Region in the Cairo Geniza / : , , , [pp. 226-227]A Judeo-P...</p></li></ul>