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FM (M.A.) 1993, Department of English Philology, University of Helsinki.
DI (MSc. in Engineering) 2003, Department of Information Technology, Tampere University of Technology.

  • Master of art thesis: A Semantic Study of Yiddish-origin Lexemes in English

  • Master of science thesis: Digitizing text heritage

  • Database of the Gothic Language

  • The study of old texts with the aid of digital technology: the Gothic manuscripts

  • Ancient Synagogues in the Holy Land – What Synagogues? (1995)

  • The So-called Ancient Synagogue at Beth Alpha Revisited (1998)

  • The Montanists and the Jubilees Calendar. Oriens Christianus: Hefte für die Kunde des Christlichen Orients [89. Jg. 2005], pp. 103 - 112

  • On the reading and interpretation of the month-line in the Gothic calendar. Transactions of the Philological Society. 2006. Vol. 104 (1), 3 - 12.

  • The Source of the Gothic Month Name jiuleis and its Cognates.   Namenkundliche Informationen. 2009. Vol. 95/96, pp. 239-248.

  • The Jubilees Calendar in Practice.   Namenkundliche Informationen. 2010. Vol. 98, pp. 157-167.

  • Information on Valter Henrik Juvelius in Finnish Sources

  • Alastair Begg 1951-1999, in Memoriam

  • Two sites of Jewish interest in Lillehammer, Norway:
     
          Sigrid Undset's home – Bjerkebæk

          Ernst Aberle's Grave in the Churchyard

  • Pages 209 and 210 of the Ambrosian Gothic Palimpsests: Ezra 2: 9-42 or Nehemiah 7: 13-45? ZfdA 4/140 (2011), S. 421-441.

  • The Sinking of the Titanic and the Northern Light

  • The Northern Light – a Kinetic Sculpture in the Sky. The Swissair Gazette, 1/1986, p.13

  • 364 päivän kalenteri. Hakehila 2/2012, s.22-23. 364-päiväinen kalenteri Tampereella ja Qumranissa. Jedidut 2/2012, s.14-15.   364-day Calender in Tampere and in Qumran

  • Joulu-sanan alkuperä. Jedidut 4/2012, s.4-5.  The Origin of the Finnish Word Joulu ('Christmas')

  • The Hebraica Collection of Helsinki University. Suomen Silta, 3/1988.

  • Suomen Joulu-Sanan alkuperä on heprea (The Origin of the Finnish Word Joulu is from Hebrew). A letter to the editor of Aamulehti, January 13, 2013

  • Tammi(kuu) = Kaksoset(?). Jedidut 1/2013, s.12-15  Tammi(kuu) = Gemini (?)

  • Charedimien maailmassa - blogi. Hakehila 1/2013 2/5773, s.15

  • Muinaissynagogia Israelin maassa (Ancient Synagogues in the Land of Israel)

  • Ancient Synagogues in the Land of Israel (2013)

  • The Lost Temples of Maximinus Daia (2013)

  • The Zodiac at Beth Alpha Follows 1 Enoch 82 (2013)

  • The Liturgical (Church) Year is a 364-day Year (2013)

  • Traces of Hebrew and Aramaic in the Gothic Translation St. Matthew (2013)

  • Possible Traces of 1 Enoch in the Finnish Language (2013)

  • The Source of the Term Molotov cocktail (2014)

    Last updated: April 10, 2014