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By Angel SÁenz-Badillos (auth.), Martin F. J. Baasten, Reinier Munk (eds.)
The articles awarded right here comprise experiences in Rabbinics, Classical Hebrew linguistics, early Hebrew-Greek word list, Hebrew manuscripts, Medieval and smooth Hebrew literature, Medieval and Early-Modern interpretation of Scripture, Medieval and Early-Modern Jewish philosophy, Hebrew booklet print within the 18th century, and Jewish Enlightenment. The articles hide a considerable a part of the fields integrated in Hebrew and Jewish reports, and supply a good instance of the wealth and diversity of the current day educational examine of Hebrew, Judaism, and Jewish culture.
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Cf. T. S, Hebrew Amulets: Their Decipherment and Interpretation (London 1966) 78. 11 Lilith can be associated with lilû, lilītu and ardat lilî, originally storm-demons, which occur in Akkadian texts. The demon lamashtu, who is known from Assyrian amulets and who was assimilated to Lilith, is a female demon who endangers women who have just given birth and their babies. The character of this demon has much in common with the Jewish demon Lilith. The only reference to Lilith in the Bible is found in Isa 34:14.
P (Sepher HaZohar [Le livre de la splendeur]: doctrine ésotérique des Israélites [rev. and augmented edition; Paris 1906–1911]). According to Esther L (Jewish National University Library) they are datable to the late seventeenth or early eighteenth century. 23. Two of the amulets reproduced in the F collection possibly are from Sulzbach, Germany (S, אסף פויכטונגר, nos. 2 and 3). S refers to the dresses of men and women typical of eighteenth-century Germany (S, ‘Childbirth and Magic’, 681–682).
For a translation of this midrash, see D. J. ), Rabbinic Fantasies: Imaginative Narratives from Classical Hebrew Literature (Yale Judaica Series 29; New Haven 1998) 183–184. 13. See K, A Time to be Born, 143. 44 אודה לאוד״ה eight days and girls during the ﬁrst twenty days of their life. The only way to ward oﬀ this threat was to write the names of the three protecting angels or to depict their forms on an amulet (‘Whenever I see you or your names or your forms in an amulet, I will have no power over that infant’14).
Studies in Hebrew Literature and Jewish Culture: Presented to Albert van der Heide on the Occasion of his Sixty-Fifth Birthday by Angel SÁenz-Badillos (auth.), Martin F. J. Baasten, Reinier Munk (eds.)