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Wed Mar 15 06:56:33 EST 2006
On 3/15/06, Rolf Furuli wrote:
> Dear Peter,
> The WEYIQTOL of Psalm 18:47 is written as OUIAROUM and
> the WAYYIQTOL of 18:48 as OUIEDABBER (note the gemination
> of the second radical). This means that the two basic differences
> between WAYYIQTOL and WEYIQTOL (gemination and patah) either
> did not exist in Origen's Vorlage, or he ignored them.
How does Origen transcribe "wa" in non "wayyiqtol"/"weyiqtol" cases?
How does Origen transcribe a geminated y in other cases?
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