Dr. Elvira Martin-Contreras is a tenured Research Fellow at the Institute of Languages and Cultures of the Mediterranean and the Near East (CSIC). She’s the author of the book: “The Text of the Hebrew Bible: From the Rabbis to the Masoretes”.
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