Bijdragen 58 (3):264-278 (1997)

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The role of 'Sidon' in the Pericope of the Canaanite Woman is far from clear. If the name is read as Saida, which is quite possible, the geography of the story becomes much more plausible. This instance has not been dealt with in M. Black's Aramaic Approach.
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DOI 10.2143/BIJ.58.3.2002386
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