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Quite a lot of information about the textual variants of the Samarian text was obtained from the Dead Sea scrolls. This should be included. I added a link to my page which discusses the differences between the Samaritan version and other versions. Would it be appropriate to link to my book which shows the two texts side-by-side with differences highlighted?

Also, the image shown labeled "Samaritan Pentateuch" is in Samaritan writing—but it isn't the Pentateuch. In fact, it looks like the language is actually Arabic and not Hebrew might be Aramaic. I'm not sure about that, but it definitely doesn't read like any part of the Pentateuch I've seen. Clsn27 April UTC. The Samaritans, now reduced to only people, must come up with a million dollars in ransom to get their holy books back. The two scrolls, said to be and years old respectively, were stolen from a Samaritan synagogue in the West Bank city of Nablus over three years ago.

The thieves spirited the scrolls out of the country, and only recently did they surface in Amman, Jordan, where they were viewed by Samaritan elders. It is believed that they were stolen by a person who was familiar with where they were kept.

Most of the Samaritans live on the mountaintop above Nablus, which is their holiest site. It is there, they believe, that God commanded Abraham to offer his son Isaac in sacrifice. Quoted from Watching the world, Awake magazine! The stolen Torah's are in the hand of a Saurian prince who bought them from the thieves.

I am a member chancellor of the Michigan State University committee that started digitizing the Samaritan ancient manuscripts. Calling Themselves - Abisha - Tralala sections at the end, "Support for the Samaritan text" and "Support for the Masoretic Text" Brahms* - Ayla Erduran, Carlos Païta, London Philharmonic Orchestra* - Violin Concerto more fleshing out.

The first only references one author and the second only references a Dead Sea Scroll, which would basically be original research except maybe sources could be found discussing these comparisons. The names of the sections could probably be changed as well. I fixed a link to one of the references and some capitalization, but someone who has access to good sources will need to fix the rest.

Rifter0x talk20 June UTC. In ictu oculi talk25 November UTC. The Talk page attracts new threads at the rate of about one a year. Might have a long wait. Everyone familiar with the subject writes about the Abisha Scroll and or the Samaritans that are only Calling Themselves - Abisha - Tralala small group of the descendants of Calling Themselves - Abisha - Tralala Samaritans, but no one presents the Abisha Scroll or Samaritan Scriptures for reading.

Does anyone know where I can get an accurate digital copy and or a printed copy of the Samaritan Scriptures? I took some time to revise this article. New sections were created to cover aspects of the SP that seemed important yet weren't discussed at all beforehand and existing material was reorganized e. Please note though that I have preserved all existing references.

Anyways, here's a couple specific points to draw attention to:. See Lev However, there is a SP variant shared by the Septuagint in Genesis which some scholars argue supports monogamy, but others argue that "it need not Mindcrusher Loop 3 - Various - Fundamentals EP so".

I didn't discuss this example in the article because scholars don't agree on its significance, but if others feel it should be mentioned, here's a link to a published reference discussing this topic. On the one hand I thought it may be useful to retain some background contextual info. On the other hand some statements like "There have been numerous conflicts between Jews and Samaritans in history" seem better suited for discussion in the Samaritans article than here.

I don't see a reason on your web pages to make an exception in your case. In order to make an exception we would need evidence that you are recognised as an expert on this subject by the professionals, or Jealousy - Bloodpit - Live @ Nosturi (DVD) example if your translation got a favorable review in an academic journal.

Certainly, as it stands you cannot use your own self-published work as a reference for an assertion. You might be able to get a mention in the External Links section, but still we would need some evidence other than yourself that your translation is well-regarded. Zero talk21 July UTC. I did not know about this rule, so I guess I must apologize. I'll leave the page as is. Aleksig6 talk21 July UTC. The section Interlinear Pentateuch does however seem to be a transliteration of the Samaritan Pentateuch into English.

There does not seem to be contact info on that site, otherwise I would have taken it up with him. I've corrected the Calling Themselves - Abisha - Tralala in Deut. Thank you. I've added contact info on my web Calling Themselves - Abisha - Tralala so feel free to contact me if you find more mistakes. Aleksig6 talk20 February UTC. Recent scholarship puts a date at BCE and gives a note from the early s.

That doesn't seem very recent in terms of scholarship. Sceptic talk25 August UTC. The article currently, and interestingly, states: 'Samaritans commonly refer to their Pentateuch as So is the word "Truth" here a genuinely different Hebrew word, or is it the same word being translated into English in two different ways?

It would be useful if this "Truth" translation perhaps as distinct from "Law" could be cited. Further, if "The Truth" is, indeed, a name used for this Pentateuch, then it would also be useful to note whether this "Truth" is related to the words of Jesus, used twice in Johnto the Samaritan woman: " The word version is no longer used.

It is of course POV. The SP is better described as an examplar, e. This statement was removed on the grounds of POV. According to a view based on the Biblical book of Ezra, the Samaritans are the people of Samaria the Northern Kingdom who parted ways with the Dvorak: PIano Quintet In A, Op.

81: Finale: Allegro - Alban Berg Quartett - Dvorak, Schumann: Piano of Judah, the VHS Sex - Com Truise - Galactic Melt in the Persian period. However it is in the RS.

It can be attributed to the author if we wish but it can't be removed on the grounds of being POV. It can be restored if an RS is found. Theredheifer talk7 December UTC. It has both the Abu Sa'id text and the older text, as well as Calling Themselves - Abisha - Tralala . There is a preface in Calling Themselves - Abisha - Tralala but the introduction is in Hebrew -- but if you read Arabic it's not a big step to learn Hebrew.

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Those interested in comparing to the Saadiah Gaon Arabic can find the latter online free; there seems to have been an even earlier Samaritan version that was based on Saadiah Gaon. I published my work in March month before Tsedaka. I do not understand why you do not give me credit?

Have you actually read Tsedaka translation? His translation Hank Und Die Shakers - Hank Und Die Shakers - Patricia The Stripper not correctly reflect the Samaritan Torah text!

My translation more precise, FIRST and also I present the original text so anyone can see for themselves what the text really says. I am the expert on the Pentateuch I have been studying it for over 10 years so I want this fact referenced in the article. Someone said that it is self-published source but it would be impossible to publish what I wrote in paper form too big.

Besides, paper books are kinda 19th century technology so what is the difference? Besides like I said, you can judge it by accuracy of the translation. Link to my Pentateuch is in the article. I knew that I would get a response like this. So I will bring it out with the Arbitration Committee. I will also dispute the link that Calling Themselves - Abisha - Tralala removed from the article. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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