nebarry at verizon.net
Fri Jul 23 08:10:31 EDT 2010
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From: "Arnaud Fournet" <fournet.arnaud at wanadoo.fr>
To: "James Christian" <jc.bhebrew at googlemail.com>
Cc: <b-hebrew at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Friday, July 23, 2010 5:46 AM
Subject: [b-hebrew] T-SADE
> Maybe this has already been discussed before, but I have some questions
> about the affricate or non affricate pronunciation of (T)SADE.
> Cantineau 1954 discusses a Greek manuscrit called Vaticanus of the
> Lamentations supposedly dating back to the IVth century AD, which mentions
> in Greek letters Tau-Sigma-Alpha-D-Eta as name of that letter. He infers
> from that document that the affricate pronunciation must be old and
> possibly the original one.
> So I have a handful of questions about the presumed authenticity of that
> manuscrit, its dating and its relevance for TSADE or SADE, possible
> alterations or any reason to conclude in this or that direction, or not to
> conclude at all, or to prefer some other better reference for that issue.
> What should exactly be thought about that issue?
With my good friend Mr. Google I found:
You are referring to Codex Vaticanus:
Practically any textbook on text criticism will give you more information,
Metzger, Aland, et al.
N.E. Barry Hofstetter
Classics and Bible Instructor, TAA
(2010 Savatori Excellence in Education Winner)
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