Targum / Onkelos Leviticus

Summary
Date: 100-200 C.E.

Targum Onkelos is the primary Eastern Aramaic Targum (interpretation) of the Torah from the Jewish-Babylonian community, accepted as an authoritative translated text of the Five Books of Moses and thought to have been written in the early 2nd-century C.E. The Targums are known for their inclusion of extra material such as aggadic paraphrase and commentary that seeks to minimize ambiguities in the Hebrew text.