A critical edition of the Samaritan Pentateuch is one of the most urgent desiderata of Hebrew Bible research. The present volume on Leviticus is the first out of a series of five meant to fill this gap. The text from the oldest mss. of SP is continuously accompanied by comparative readings, gathered from the Samaritan Targum and the oral reading, as well as MT, the DSS, and the LXX, creating an indispensable resource for Biblical research.
Stefan Schorch, Martin-Luther-University, Halle-Wittenberg, Germany.
"Derrière ce jargon technique, les spécialistes de la critique textuelle et les exégètes du Pentateuque n’auront aucun mal à comprendre le cadeau qui, via cet ouvrage, leur est offert." D. Luciani in: Nouvelle revue théologique 141/2 (2019), 313-314
"This new edition of the Samaritan Pentateuch (SP) is a major contribution to biblical studies. For the first time readers have access to the SP with full apparatuses documenting the SP's text, the distribution of readings, and the particulars of the Samaritan manuscript tradition. [...] Through this edition we now can peruse ehe SP wich its roots in the Qumran texts and with its connections to parallel texts outside the SP. Most of all, it shows the Samaritans' Holy Script in its Hebrew, Aramaic and Arabic traditions. This Editio Maior is a superb instrument for everyone to become acquainted with the fascinating world of the Samaritan Pentateuch." Magnar Kartveit in: Theologische Literaturzeitung 144.10 (2019), 999-1001