The Greek literary language of the Hebrew historian Josephus
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Redondo Sánchez, Jordi Perfil
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Language contact has been for many centuries the aim of scholars belonging to such different fields as historians, philosophers, linguists, psychologists and politicians are. One of the very first questions they posed was which language was chosen for writing and praying the Holy Gospels. Moreover, this matter led to another question, i.e. which language Jesus spoke. Ancient Palestine is known indeed as a cultural melting-pot since the second millennium BC at least. This paper would provide a philological analysis suggested by the Greek literary language of the Hebrew historian Flavius Josephus. So would this ancient question be understood from a different perspective.

    Redondo Sánchez, Jordi 2000 The Greek literary language of the Hebrew historian Josephus Hermes 128 420 434

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