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Етиопец (чернокож, ост. негър) в Стария завет – лексикална и контекстна семантика

Алмалех, Мони (2014) Етиопец (чернокож, ост. негър) в Стария завет – лексикална и контекстна семантика. Дзяло : е-списание в областта на хуманитаристиката за българистични изследвания в периода Х-ХХ век, II (2). ISSN 1314-9067

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Abstract

The names Ethiopian [кùşi], Ethiopia [кuş] are used at several places in the Old Testament. The lexical and contextual relations which these lexemes generate and the ideas with which they are associated as exponents of the Hebrew worldview are impossible to trace in the translations to other languages. The paper presents the original relations found in the Hebrew Old Testament. The love between the Black Queen of Sheba and King Solomon is commented according to the original Hebrew linguistic and textual relations. The proposed linguistic analysis has high hermeneutical value.

Item Type:Article
Additional Information:TITLE: Ethiopians (Black men, African men) in the Old Testament – Lexical and Contextual Semantics, AUTHOR: Mony Almalech
Uncontrolled Keywords:Библия, черерен цвят с конкурент за прототип
Subjects:Language. Linguistics. Literature > Ancient languages
Language. Linguistics. Literature > Comparative linguistics
Philosophy > Culture. Cultural studies. Philosophy of culture
Religion > Bible
Religion > Religion. Philosophy and theory of religion. Theosophy
Sociology.Anthropology > Cultural anthropology
Translation studies
ID Code:2840
Deposited By: Prof. M.A. Almalech
Deposited On:30 Nov 2015 21:28
Last Modified:07 Dec 2015 15:37

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