File:Ben-Sira Hebrew (Vienna 1814).djvu

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English: A vowelized Hebrew translation of Ben Sira from the ancient translations into Greek and Syriac (Septuagint and Peshitta), accompanied by the Syriac text (in Hebrew letters) and a translation into modern German (also in Hebrew letters).
Author Translated by Judah Leib ben Zeev.
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