Stephen C. Carlson
scarlson at mindspring.com
Sun Sep 17 18:37:09 EDT 2000
At 06:50 AM 9/17/00 -0700, Dave Washburn wrote:
>> Look at the first word of Is 9:6. This is one of the places where the
>> versification differs between the Hebrew bible and its English version.
>Ah, OK. It looks like a typo to me, but perhaps someone with
>access to the facsimile edition of the Leningrad Codex can
>enlighten us as to whether it's in the ms or not.
I doubt it is a typo in my version of the BHS, because its apparatus
discusses this form: "dttg vel reliquum nomimis proprii, cf 5c;" and
cites 1 Q Is a without the final form of mem.
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