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 well 29 and 30, 2006. The papers handle linguistic and philological concerns.
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Di Lella, The Wisdom of Ben Sira, Anchor Bible (New York, 1987), but modiÀed silently where appropriate to my understanding of the text. 18 HAIM DIHI 3. The root ɧ"ɦɩ occurs once in Ben Sira in the hiÀl, with the meaning “cause pain”: 4:1 [A] ɿɺɶ ɾɴɫ ɯɶɚɸ ɿɺɶ ɧɯɦɩʀ ɲɦɫ ɯɶɸ ɯɯɭɲ ɨɸɲʀ ɲɦ ɯɶɧ My son, do not mock the poor person’s life, or wear out the expectations of an embittered spirit. There is also one instance of this root in the hiÀl in Amoraic literature, in the Babylonian Talmud (Ned. 22a).
He shall light up the covenant of Israel with joy …. and exalt the authority of Michael Also, 4Q MMT, B 76–78, illustrates that šællċĝ liqtol may be alternated with šællċĝ yiqtol: ɳɯɦɲɱ ɪɸɧɾɲ ɦɫɲɿ ɧɫʀɱ it is written that one may not let it mate with other species, which is to be compared to what follows: ɫɩɿ ɸɾɬɯ ɦɫɲɿɫ ɬɶɮɸɿ ɪɯɪɯ ɦɫɲɿ ɧɫʀɱ it is written that it may not be of mixed stuff, and that he must not sow his Àeld (with mixed species). ———— 31 See CD IX 3–4, 12, 13–15, 16–20, 21; X 13; XI 1; XII 2–3, 5, 14, 18; XIII 3–4, 5– 6, 11–12, 16; XIV 2, 13, 20, 21, XV 3–4, 14, XVI 17, 20.
Van Wolde, Leiden 1997, 167–202, and T. Muraoka, “An Approach to the Morphosyntax and Syntax of Qumran Hebrew” in Diggers at the Well, ed. T. F: Elwolde, (Leiden, 2000), 192–214. 30 MATS ESKHULT formal expressions, as well as the diachronic development of the language. 1. TEXT TYPE In biblical prose narrative the most current text types are ‘narrative discourse’,4 and ‘procedural discourse’ and ‘hortatory discourse’, whereas ‘descriptive discourse’ is commonly embedded in the other text types. As the scenery is seldom described and the characters are depicted by their doings and sayings, not their moral qualities or appearance, the biblical styles admits very little space for description.
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