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C h a p t e r Home  | T O C  | I n d e x A D D E N D AP. 45.  Guthe ( Mittheil. des Deutschen Pal.- Vereins, 1912, p. 49 ff.) agrees that the ‘ Stone of Help’ of 7, 12,  set up by Samuel, is not the Eben- ezer of 4, 1,  that Beth- horon is better than Beth- car in 7, 11, and that Yeshanah ( p. 65), if = ‘ Ain Sîniyeh, will not suit 7, 11 f. And on Mejdel Yaba, marked on the Map as a possible site for Apheq, see ib. 1911, p. 33 ff. P. 98,  note on v. 3, l. 2:  for 10, 10 ( cf. 6) read 10, 5. P. 106  bottom. Conder ( in the PEFQS. 1881, p. 253) objects to W. Abu Ja‛ d ( leading up to Michmas: see the Map ( Plate V) at the end of ZDPV. xxviii), as the scene of Jonathan’s exploit, on the ground that this approach would have been naturally guarded by the Philistines, and that there would have been no occasion for Jonathan to climb up it on his hands and feet; and considers the cliff el- Hösn (= Bozez), which, with difficulty, he climbed himself almost to the top ( p. 252 f.), to be the place where Jonathan made his ascent. If the scene of the exploit is ever to be determined definitely, a fresh exploration  of the Wady would seem to be necessary.P. 112,  last line: for Jud. 11, 20 read Jud. 11, 30. I 15, 6.  The following synopsis of the occurrences  of רּ in B, the critical editions of Baer, Ginsburg, and Kittel, and MSS. and editions cited by Ginsburg, may be convenient. It will shew, among other things, how considerably, on Massoretic minutiae, texts and authorities differ. Fortunately, for exegesis, such minutiae have no importance.Jud. 20, 43  הִרְּדִיפֻהוּ BaG1 ( v. Baer, p. 102); הִרְדִ׳ [ not דּ ] BK.* 1 Sam. 1, 6  הַרְּעִמָהּ BBaKG2; 6 ר MSS., 4 Edd.‡* 10,  הַרְּאיתֶמ 24  BBaKG2; 4 ר MSS., 3 Edd., and 2 Mass, lists cited by Aptow. II, p. 73.15,  סֻ֫רוּ רְּדוּ 6  BaG2 1 MS., Yemenite Massoretic list ap. Ginsb. The Massorah, iii. 73; רְדוּ BK 39 MSS., 10 Edd.* 17,  הַרְּאִיתֶס 25  BBaKG2 25 MSS., 4 Edd.; 2 ר MSS., 4 Edd.23,  מִרְּדֹף 28  BaG2 2 Mss.; מִֽרְדֹף BK 25 Mss., 7 Edd.; מֵרְרֹף [ not מֵֽ ׳ ] Yemenite Mass. list ap. Ginsb. l. c. * The asterisk denotes eases mentioned by Kimchi, Michlol, ed. Lyck, p. 572. ‡ In each case, of the MSS. and early Edd. ( excluding B, which is cited here separately) quoted in Ginsburg’s second edition ( G2). On the passages cited from his first edition, no MSS. or Edd. are quoted by him.

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< < C h a p t e r >> Home | T O C | I n d e x A D D E N D A P. 45. Guthe ( Mittheil. des Deutschen Pal.- Vereins, 1912, p. 49 ff.) agrees that the ‘ Stone of Help’ of 7, 12, set up by Samuel, is not the Eben- ezer of 4, 1, that Beth- horon is better than Beth- car in 7, 11, and that Yeshanah ( p. 65), if = ‘ Ain Sîniyeh, will not suit 7, 11 f. And on Mejdel Yaba, marked on the Map as a possible site for Apheq, see ib. 1911, p. 33 ff. P. 98, note on v. 3, l. 2: for 10, 10 ( cf. 6) read 10, 5. P. 106 bottom. Conder ( in the PEFQS. 1881, p. 253) objects to W. Abu Ja‛ d ( leading up to Michmas: see the Map ( Plate V) at the end of ZDPV. xxviii), as the scene of Jonathan’s exploit, on the ground that this approach would have been naturally guarded by the Philistines, and that there would have been no occasion for Jonathan to climb up it on his hands and feet; and considers the cliff el- Hösn (= Bozez), which, with difficulty, he climbed himself almost to the top ( p. 252 f.), to be the place where Jonathan made his ascent. If the scene of the exploit is ever to be determined definitely, a fresh exploration of the Wady would seem to be necessary. P. 112, last line: for Jud. 11, 20 read Jud. 11, 30. I 15, 6. The following synopsis of the occurrences of רּ in B, the critical editions of Baer, Ginsburg, and Kittel, and MSS. and editions cited by Ginsburg, may be convenient. It will shew, among other things, how considerably, on Massoretic minutiae, texts and authorities differ. Fortunately, for exegesis, such minutiae have no importance. Jud. 20, 43 הִרְּדִיפֻהוּ BaG1 ( v. Baer, p. 102); הִרְדִ׳ [ not דּ ] BK. * 1 Sam. 1, 6 הַרְּעִמָהּ BBaKG2; 6 ר MSS., 4 Edd.‡ * 10, הַרְּאיתֶמ 24 BBaKG2; 4 ר MSS., 3 Edd., and 2 Mass, lists cited by Aptow. II, p. 73. 15, סֻ֫רוּ רְּדוּ 6 BaG2 1 MS., Yemenite Massoretic list ap. Ginsb. The Massorah, iii. 73; רְדוּ BK 39 MSS., 10 Edd. * 17, הַרְּאִיתֶס 25 BBaKG2 25 MSS., 4 Edd.; 2 ר MSS., 4 Edd. 23, מִרְּדֹף 28 BaG2 2 Mss.; מִֽרְדֹף BK 25 Mss., 7 Edd.; מֵרְרֹף [ not מֵֽ ׳ ] Yemenite Mass. list ap. Ginsb. l. c. * The asterisk denotes eases mentioned by Kimchi, Michlol, ed. Lyck, p. 572. ‡ In each case, of the MSS. and early Edd. ( excluding B, which is cited here separately) quoted in Ginsburg’s second edition ( G2). On the passages cited from his first edition, no MSS. or Edd. are quoted by him.
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