Dr. Leeor Gottlieb, BIU member of the Minerva Center, has just published a very interesting article, one of the first publication “fruits” of the center.
Gottlieb, L. 2016. The Hebrew Vorlage of Targum Chronicles. Aramaic Studies 16: 1–30
The abstract states:
Careful study of the Aramaic text of Targum Chronicles reveals several apparent differences between the Hebrew source text upon which the targumist relied and the Masoretic text of Chronicles. This article is an attempt to identify and document these differences, resulting in four categories: differences in consonantal orthography, differences in vocalization, differences in syntactic division and the degree of conformity with Ketib/Qere. Suspected deviations of TgChron from mt were compared to other textual witnesses (primarily the Septuagint, the Peshitta and medieval Hebrew manuscripts), thus providing a broader context for textual criticism of the Hebrew Bible.