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By Jan Joosten, Jean-Sebastien Rey

This quantity includes 15 contributions offered at a symposium at the Hebrew of the useless Sea Scrolls & Ben Sira, held in Strasbourg on may possibly 29 and 30, 2006. The papers tackle linguistic and philological matters.

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Next, it is important to Ànd out whether the text-linguistic patterns of biblical instructions are operating in the procedural sections of the large sectarian compositions, such as the Damascus Document, the Serekh haYahad and the War Scroll. 29 The structure of the biblical procedural instruction may be gathered from the example Ex 29:1b–7; 10–12: Take, ɭəɽɲɒ , one young bull and two rams without blemish, and unleavened bread, unleavened cakes mixed with oil, and unleavened wafers spread ɘ ɸϫə , them of Àne wheat Áour.

See E. König, Syntax, §§ 281a,b and 376l, cf. GKC § 113 y, and M. Smith, “The InÀnitive Absolute as Predicative Verb in Ben Sira and the Dead Dea Scrolls: A preliminary survey”, in Diggers at the Well, 256–267, with reference to pp. 264ff. 19 Qoh 8,10, Esth 4,16 and 4Q248 1 3 show a similar usage. In Christian Palestinian Aramaic, ʯʫʡ answers to Greek üĻüï, BDB, p. 486. In addition, the recurrent Biblical Aramaic ʯʑʩʣʔ ʠʎ and ʯʑʩʣʔ ʠʒˎ serve a connective and sequential function, as is also the case in Genesis Apocryphon 5:9; 11:12 etc.

J. Richardson, Leiden 1994–2000), vol. III, 1236–1237. All the same, it should be emphasized that in any case the word ɲɱɫɾ with the sense of “tale-bearing” is found in both Ben Sira and the Amoraic literature. 22 HAIM DIHI 43:3 [B] ɲɱɲɱʀɯ ɯɴ ɫɧɾɭ ɯɶɺɲ ɲɧʀ ɭɯʀɾɯ ɫɾɯɪɼɪɧ At noon it scorches the surface of the earth, and who can bear its Àery heat? The version in the Masada scroll is: 43:3 [M] ɲɲɡɫϮɡʀɯ ɯɴ ɧɾɭ ɯɶɺɲɫ ɲɧʀ ɭ<ɯʀ>ɾɯ ɫɾɯɪɼɪɧ At noontide he brings the world to bo[ili]ng heat, And before scorching heat who can maintain himself?

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