[b-hebrew] logograms--an ode to Hebrew
jwest at highland.net
Fri Dec 24 11:35:08 EST 2004
At 11:02 AM 12/24/2004, you wrote:
>Chapter 1 verse 1: LI$:LOMOH, commonly understood as "by Solomon",
>although I suppose it could mean "for Solomon".
Or to solomon- as a dedicatory note. Which is how it probably should be
taken. Chris has already pointed this out.
>Chapter 1 verse 1: QOHELET B.EN-D.FWID, and then verse 12 HFYIYTIY MELEK:
>etc. Only one son of David was king of Israel, that is Solomon. This is
>surely some kind of authorship claim, whether you believe it to be true or not.
What does "ben" mean? Are you suggesting it must always mean "son"?
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