[b-hebrew] Hiram Hirom Huram

Will Parsons wbparsons at alum.mit.edu
Tue Jul 17 15:34:05 EDT 2012


Hello,

I don't know if this an encoding problem, but the various citations
you give below seem to be corrupt, full of punctuation marks such as
paragraph signs, division signs, ess-zetts (if that's how you spell
it), and other various mixtures of Greek and Euro-Latin characters that
make it impossible to know what the real forms actually are.  Would it
be possible to use Unicode/UTF-8 when citing original forms?

On Tue, 17 Jul 2012 18:59:11 +0200, "R.Lehmann" <lehmann at uni-mainz.de> wrote:
> HIRAM is given as follows:
> 
> A. Hiram (I.): II Sam 5:11  XIRAM - Septuagint:  Ciram  || par I Chr  
> 14:1 Ketiv XIRAM Qere XURAM, Septuagint  Ciram, JosAnt VII:66  
> ÔIe÷rwmoß , JosAp I:109 Ei¶rwmoß
> 
> B. Hiram I.:
> µr:yji 1 Reg 5:15ff, 9:11ff, 10:11, but 1 Reg 5:24.32 µwrøyji; 2 Chr  
> 2:2.10.11; 8:2.18, 2 Chr 9:10.21(Q) µr:Wj, Josephus Eirwmo" son of  
> Abibalo" (’Abíba‘al of Tyrue) Ant. VII:66 VIII:50-60.76.141f.163  
> VIII:144 (according to Menander) VIII:147-149 (according to Dios),  
> c.Apion. I:109 I:113-115 (Dios) I:117.121.126 (according to Menander)  
> II,18.
> 1 Reg 5,15  MT rwxøAËl,m, µr:yji   LXX Ciram basileu;" Tuvrou  1 Reg  
> 5,15.16.21.22.25bis.26.32  µr:yji Ciram
> 1 Reg 5,24.32 µwrøyji Ciram, 1 Reg 9,11 rxoAËl,m, µr:yji Ciram  
> basileu;" Tuvrou
> 
> 1 Reg 9,12.14 .27 µr:yji Ciram, 1 Reg 10,11 µr:yji Ciram
> 
> 2 Chr 2,2.10 rxoAËl,m, µr:Wj Ciram basileu;" Tuvrou
> 
> 2 Chr 2,11 µr:Wj Ciram
> 
> 2 Chr 8,2.18 µr:Wj Ciram
> 
> 2 Chr 9,10.21 Ketib µryj Qere µr:Wj LXX Ciram
> 
> 
> C. %írám (II.) of Tyre (m∫i-ru-um-mu uru∑ur-ra-a+a Annals of  
> Tiglatpileser III., Ann. 27:2 = 13*:11 and m∫i-ri-mu Ann. 9:r5; vgl.  
> TGI 57; TUAT I, 375f), son of ’Ittóba‘al II.
> 
> D. 8th or late 9th century inscription from Limassol (Cyprus) KAI 31 =  
> CIS I,5 King of the Sidonians (˛rm mlk ßdnm) (see Timm 1982, 221),  
> ca. 750-725 BCE? This should also be the Hiram of the Phoenician  
> iscription of Parahyba which, to be sure, is a fraude!
> 
> E. Another Hiram Jos c.Apion. I:158  Eirwmo" father of a certain  
> Ittobaal IV, maybe also on the Pheonician malachite boat inscription  
> (most probably a fake).

-- 
William Parsons
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