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DID R. BENJAMIN OF TUDELA CITE WORDS OF SLAVIC ORIGIN / האמנם הביא ר' בנימין מטודלה מלים מ'לשון כנען'?

מאיר וולף and Meir Wolf
Tarbiẕ / תרביץ
כרך מו‎, חוברת א/ב‎ (תשרי-אדר תשל"ז), pp. 150-151
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Abstract

In the text of the Itinerary of R. Benjamin of Tudela, several words, cited in a sketch of his visit to slavic lands, have long been thought to be of Slavic origin. It appears, however, that they are actually of Romance origin.

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