[b-hebrew] Leningrad Codex and "Special Letters"
Brak at neo.rr.com
Tue Jan 6 01:53:35 EST 2009
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Dan Pater wrote:
> As per your request regarding special letters in the Leningrad Codex, and
> pending any more information for our corrrespondents...
> This evening I have very quickly compiled the following text list giving the
> location of orthographical anomalies found in BHS, which follows Leningrad,
> as you know. I am putting this into a spreadsheet (Excel) and will go
> through Leningrad, if this is useful, and compare that with the BHS. This
> will be necessary because, for example, BHS puts a large letter in Lev 11:42
> where there is NOT one in L. Both BHS and BHK variously note a small letter
> at Gen 2:4, but it's not in the edition and probably not in L. You probably
> know the usual references for this kind of information, but just in case
> not, it can be found in Yeivin, _Introduction to the Tiberian Masorah_, and
> most accessibly in Page Kelley et al. _The Masorah of Biblia Hebraica
> Stuttgartensia_. Ginsburg, Dotan, etc. There are some references online,
> you've probably noticed, but I, too, haven't come across a complete list
> for Leningrad, as you desire.
> Thus this little work is still incomplete, e.g. I'd like to put the
> Leningrad folio and column references into the spreadsheet as I look them up
> to confirm their presence.
> I'm also making a rich text file with the information (e.g. Hebrew words
> involved), and verse lists (à la _Bible Works_), too if you wish. I guess
> that means you (and anyone else, of course) can contact me off-list if you
> want such files, and I'll get right to it. Again, let me know if this is
> what you want, and if any of these file formats could be useful to you.
> Dan Pater
> Nequdoth - Puncta Extraordinaria listed in Sifre 69 (commentary to Num 9:10)
> Gen 16:5
> Gen 18:9
> Gen 19:33
> Gen 33:4
> Gen 37:12
> Num 3:39
> Num 9:10
> Num 29:15
> Deut 29:28
> 2 Sam 19:20
> Isa 44:9
> Eze 41:20
> Eze 46:22
> Ps 27:13
> Nunim haphukah or menuzarot (Inverted / Isolated Nun)
> Num 10:34
> Num 10:36
> Psa 107:21
> Psa 107:22
> Psa 107:23
> Psa 107:24
> Psa 107:25
> Psa 107:26
> Psa 107:40
> Suspended Letters
> Jdg 18:30
> Psa 80:14
> Job 38:13
> Job 38:15
> Large Letters
> Lev 11:42
> Num 27:5
> Deu 6:4
> Deu 6:4 (sic)
> Small Letters
> Isa 44:14
> Jer 39:13
> Pro 16:28
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