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Who wrote the Aramaic translation for Psalms among the books of ketuvim and when?

The Talmud in Megilla 3aMigila specifies that no translation (Targum) for the Ktuvim was written since although Rabbi Yonatan Ben Uziel wanted to, he was told not to do so:

עוד ביקש לגלות תרגום של כתובים יצתה בת קול ואמרה לו דייך מאי טעמא משום דאית ביה קץ משיח

So, when was the translation for Psalms written, and by whom? Is there any reason to believe that Aramaic translations were available prior to the destruction of the second temple?

Who wrote the Aramaic translation for Psalms among the books of ketuvim and when?

The Talmud in Megilla 3a specifies that no translation (Targum) for the Ktuvim was written since although Rabbi Yonatan Ben Uziel wanted to, he was told not to do so:

עוד ביקש לגלות תרגום של כתובים יצתה בת קול ואמרה לו דייך מאי טעמא משום דאית ביה קץ משיח

So, when was the translation for Psalms written, and by whom? Is there any reason to believe that Aramaic translations were available prior to the destruction of the second temple?

Who wrote the Aramaic translation for Psalms and when?

The Talmud in Migila specifies that no translation (Targum) for the Ktuvim was written since although Rabbi Yonatan Ben Uziel wanted to, he was told not to do so:

עוד ביקש לגלות תרגום של כתובים יצתה בת קול ואמרה לו דייך מאי טעמא משום דאית ביה קץ משיח

So, when was the translation for Psalms written, and by whom? Is there any reason to believe that Aramaic translations were available prior to the destruction of the second temple?

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Who wrote the Aramaic translation for Psalms among the books of ketuvim and when?

The Talmud in MigilaMegilla 3a specifies that no translation (Targum) for the Ktuvim was written since although Rabbi Yonatan Ben Uziel wanted to, he was told not to do so:

עוד ביקש לגלות תרגום של כתובים יצתה בת קול ואמרה לו דייך מאי טעמא משום דאית ביה קץ משיח

So, when was the translation for Psalms written, and by whom? Is there any reason to believe that Aramaic translations were available prior to the destruction of the second temple?

Who wrote the Aramaic translation for Psalms and when?

The Talmud in Migila specifies that no translation (Targum) for the Ktuvim was written since although Rabbi Yonatan Ben Uziel wanted to, he was told not to do so:

עוד ביקש לגלות תרגום של כתובים יצתה בת קול ואמרה לו דייך מאי טעמא משום דאית ביה קץ משיח

So, when was the translation for Psalms written, and by whom? Is there any reason to believe that Aramaic translations were available prior to the destruction of the second temple?

Who wrote the Aramaic translation for Psalms among the books of ketuvim and when?

The Talmud in Megilla 3a specifies that no translation (Targum) for the Ktuvim was written since although Rabbi Yonatan Ben Uziel wanted to, he was told not to do so:

עוד ביקש לגלות תרגום של כתובים יצתה בת קול ואמרה לו דייך מאי טעמא משום דאית ביה קץ משיח

So, when was the translation for Psalms written, and by whom? Is there any reason to believe that Aramaic translations were available prior to the destruction of the second temple?

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