Masoretic Marking in Deut 1:36
mark at wessner.ca
Fri Dec 14 00:24:19 EST 2001
I am doing some research on Deut 1:36 and have noticed an accent that I
have not seen before. Halfway through the verse above ya'an there is what
looks like a zaqeph magnum, except that it is backwards. Is this simply
another way of indicating the disjunctive magnum, or is it something different?
PS. I also note that the Samaritan Pentateuch has kiy rather than ya'an.
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