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By Philippe Hugo and Adrian Schenker

Contemplating the literary size of the earliest textual content background of Samuel, this quantity asks the query if the comparative research of the textual witnesses enable proving the lifestyles of distinctive literary versions and determining the ideological reason

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It is also disturbing that the pronominal suffix refers to the 2nd person masc. 12 One cannot help but think that the short colon was added afterwards to complement the verse: “There is no one holy like Yahweh, for there is no one besides you . ” It sounds like a monotheistic confession, but I am not fully convinced that ‫ אין‬can bear the whole weight of “there is no one”. Without the conjunction, which is an alternative to be considered, “no one besides you” would sound like an emphasis 10 I have dealt with early approximations to the Hebrew text in 1 Samuel in “A Kingdom at Stake: Reconstructing the Old Greek – Deconstructing the Textus Receptus,” in Scripture in Transition: Essays on Septuagint, Hebrew Bible, and Dead Sea Scrolls in Honour of Raija Sollamo, ed.

What defines a large-scale intentional pattern? Is it not a criterion above all quantitative? It seems to me necessary to develop qualitative criteria. Adrian Schenker (2007) has elaborated three criteria to judge the literary quality of the variants. I would reformulate them as follows: 1. A difference must show a narrative reorganisation substantially modifying the sense of an account: a simple harmonisation, an adaptation or conflation is not sufficient to characterise a literary variant. 2.

The Bible as Book. The Hebrew Bible and the Judean Desert Discoveries (London), 197–208. Herbert E. , Gordon R. , 1998, “A Reading in 4QSama and the Murder of Abner,” Textus 19, 75–80. , 2007, “Notes paléographiques sur 4QSama (4Q51) (le cas de 2 Sam 3),” RevQ 23, 93–108. , 1996, “Samuel in Qumran. Expansion of a Historiographical Pattern (4QSama)”, RB 103, 581–591. Parry D. , 1996, “4QSama and the Tetragrammaton,” in D. W. Parry, S. D. ), Current Research and Technological Developments on the Dead Sea Scrolls: Conference on the Texts from the Judean Desert.

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