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  • [Info] Epistola de Studii Targum Utilitate et de Linguae Chaldaicae, Misnicae, Talmudicae, Arabicae, Vocabulorum Item Nonnulorum Barbaricorum Convenientia cum Hebraea (in Hebrew with Latin notes; Paris: B. Duprat and D. Maisonneuve, 1857), by Judah Ibn Quraysh, ed. by J. J. L. Bargès and Baer ben Alexander Goldberg
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