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86. See b Ber 34a. M. 90In bShab 21a thereis another case of the substitution of pjpy 5Y for tShab 2:2 ym1n 5Y. 92 6. 96Among them are at least four cases in which a toseftanbaraitacontains a synonymfor which while the parallelat Bavli has ~Trv:tYeb 13:1has 5 5•io 1D•, , ,n,•ntSot bYeb 108ahas 8:6 ,o has in~rvwhile bSot 35b has the ,nnSi,•n ,•-a~rv; the parallelat bYeb99b has 1,1inn;tSot expectednirv,;tTer 10:18has prnmn 13a has the parallelat bYom 52b has the use of i•nvan•, nrtir,. Thus, •,~' does seem to reflecta Babylonianprovenance.
Considerations of medieval historical narrative by medievalists include: J. de Ghellinck, L'Essor de la litterature latine au XIIe sidcle, 2 vols. -D. Chenu, "Theology and the New Awareness of History," Nature, Man, and Society in the TwelfthCentury, ed. and trans. Jerome Taylor and Lester K. Little (Chicago, 1968), pp. 162-201; Nancy F. Partner, Serious Entertainments. The Writing of History in Twelfth-CenturyEngland (Chicago, 1977); Peter Classen, "Res Gestae, Universal History, Apocalypse: Visions of Past and Future," AJS Review 16 (1991): 31-56 31 32 ROBERT CHAZAN The issue which I would like to examine in this study concerns the facticity of medieval narrative materials.
In contrast, the general uniformity of halakhic terminology under mishnaic influence limits such research and thus our understanding of the development of Middle Hebrew. Nevertheless, the Mishnah itself is composed of incompletely homogenized material taken from various sources, a phenomenon which has been amply demonstrated by J. N. 69Thus when synonymous terms do appear in the Mishnah,70their appearance in the Tosefta and one or the other Talmud can tell us nothing of their linguistic provenance.
Ajs Review, 1991: Nos 1 and 2 by Robert Chazan