[b-hebrew] Does the Dead Sea Scroll, 4QDeut q, match the LXX Quotation of Deuteronomy 32:43?
dwashbur at nyx.net
Wed Mar 3 13:35:50 EST 2004
Throughout the article, he is arguing in favor of LXX readings and sees this
as another place where the LXX preserves the original text.
On Wednesday 03 March 2004 01:09, Philip Engmann wrote:
> "The language of verses 5 (LLX) [sic], 19, 20, seems decisive in favor
> of the former."
> Hi Dave,
> What does this mean?
> According to P.W. Skehan, "A Fragment of the 'Song of Moses' (Deut 32)
> Qumran" in BASOR 136 (1954) p. 12-15, v. 43 reads as follows:
> hrnynw $mym `mw
> wh$txww lw kl 'lhym
> ky dm bnyw yqwm
> wnqm y$yb lcryw
> wlmsn'yw y$lm
> wykpr 'dmt `mw
> Skehan's note says
> in part on v.43, "bnyw, with LXX, as against MT `bdyw. The language of
> verses 5 (LLX) [sic], 19, 20, seems decisive in favor of the former."
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