[b-hebrew] Does the Dead Sea Scroll, 4QDeut q, match the LXX Quotation of Deuteronomy 32:43?

Peter Kirk peterkirk at qaya.org
Mon Mar 1 10:24:48 EST 2004


On 01/03/2004 06:59, Søren Holst wrote:

>I haven't followed this thread closely, sorry if I'm saying what's been said already.
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>The reading of kl )lhym in 4QDeut[q] is as clear as day (DJD 14, p. 141 - cf plate 44).
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I'm glad to hear it.

>No other biblical Qumran text seems to preserve Deut 32,43, nor does it (going by Dave Washburn's index) seem to be quoted in any nonbiblical text.
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>The BHS lumps together LXX, Qumran and the epistle to the Hebrews in one note, saying that these sources add the equivalent of "wehishtachawu lo (kol) 'elohim" (thus 4QDeut[j]) or "... beney 'el" (thus LXX and, changing "huioi" to "angelloi", also Hebrews)
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Thank you. I understand better what BHS is saying, but it does confuse 
by back-translating LXX into Hebrew here against its normal practice of 
quoting the Greek.

>pardon the amateurish transcription
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>kol tuv
>Soren, Copenhagen
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