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Chumash (Judaism): Quiz

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Question 1: The Pentateuch and Haftorahs, London 1937, known as the "Hertz Chumash", containing the commentary of former British ________ Joseph H. Hertz
CyprusChief RabbiSerbiaUnited States

Question 2: A Chumash-Rashi also contains the Targum of Onkelos and the commentary of ________, and usually has no vernacular translation of the text.
Rabbinic literatureAshkenazi JewsTalmudRashi

Question 3: The word chumash generally only refers to "book" bound editions of the Pentateuch, whereas the "scroll" form is called a ________ ("book [of the] Torah").
KabbalahJudaismSefer TorahJewish holiday

Question 4: A multi-volume set in Hebrew only, often but not always including the entire ________ with masoretic notes (sometimes), Targumim and several classical commentaries, is referred to as Mikraot Gedolot.
KetuvimNevi'imTanakhChristianity and Judaism

Question 5: Chumash (Hebrew: חומש‎, pronounced [χuˈmaʃ]; also Humash) is one of the Hebrew names for the Five Books of Moses, also known as the ________ or Torah.
JudaismKabbalahBibleTorah







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