[b-hebrew] Ktiva & Kria

belaga at math.u-strasbg.fr belaga at math.u-strasbg.fr
Fri Nov 2 01:22:45 EDT 2007


In my article "On The Rabbinical Exegesis of an Enhanced Biblical  
Value of Pi" is presented and discussed a certain tradition of reading  
into the discrepancy of Ktiva (written form of the Massoretic text)  
and Kria (its reading tradition) of a verse from Tanakh.

(Could be found in many places; in the HTML format, for example, on the site

http://www.math.ubc.ca/people/faculty/israel/bpi/bpi.html

an independent critical account in a mathematical magazine could be  
found on the site

www.m-a.org.uk/docs/library/2063.pdf)

Does anybody know other cases of such reading leading to conclusions,  
already published or eventual, of a universal cultural interest ?

Edward G. Belaga
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