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This quantity contains papers on diverse themes of textual feedback of the Bible, heritage of the Hebrew textual content and the Septuagint, and lifeless Sea Scrolls reports, contributed by way of associates and associates of Julio Trebolle Barrera to honour him at the party of his sixty fifth birthday. The booklet provides a good choice of present learn within the historical past and composition of the Bible, the Septuagint and the lifeless Sea Scrolls, all with the purpose of honouring a student who has excelled in these components all through his profession.

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1 Sam 2:3 ѷ̯̥ ̡̤Ң̭ ̟̩ҧ̴̡̮̭ ̇ҥ̬̥̫̭ ̦̝Ҡ ̡̤Ң̭ ц̨̯̫̥қ̴̢̩ ц½̡̥̯̣̠ҥ̨̝̯̝ ̝Ѿ̯̫ԉ. #! vš ’' =L3G— +— 'V– =L+ +– 4” K x1V’ =’ –1 [9y L †+ ’#] œ+ ’# Vorlage: =#++3 0)= +# (cf. ”13 What the MT says in the second line of this couplet is not clear: either according to the K. “deeds/works are not (+) weighed/examined”— perhaps to be understood that God’s works cannot be examined—or according to the Q. “with him (#+) works are weighed/examined”— referring to God as the judge who weighs human actions. ), but the ——— 11 According to Frank Moore Cross, DJD XVII, 16–17, the average width of Col.

4, and of Col. 6. In addition, Col. I, which is preserved in a few tiny fragments only, seems not to have begun from the top margin (p. 28–29). 12 The same expression (

E. B 121-509 Aeth, often accompanied by A and O (= 247-376) as well as some other mss; see my “A Kingdom at Stake,” in: Scripture in Transition: Essays on Septuagint, Hebrew Bible, and Dead Sea Scrolls in Honour of Raija Sollamo (ed. A. Voitila and J. Jokiranta; SJSJ 126. Leiden: Brill, 2008), 353–366. '+ 3/f'#, which relates how Rachel’s childlessness was ended and this may have inspired the remark in the case of Hannah. It is, however, not probable that the borrowing would have happened in Greek, since the verb used in Gen 30:22 is ц½̸̴̝̦̫.

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