70 indicate an insertion where the text to be edited has a lacuna. In 1,1 the text reads Imib "with him", but the edition offers 'my "with me". The name Yah- weh, written y-y y in the manuscript, is rendered jjj in the edition. In 1,3 the ° copyist-rather than the translator-omitted some words, probably a case of homoioteleuton. The Masoretic text has first yaqribenu "he shall offer it", and further onyaqrib Iiii "he shall offer it". In the Aramaic of Neofiti 1 both expressions have to be yqryb yth. The copyist's eye seems to have skipped from the first to the second, so a number of words were omitted. DfF-z MACHO indicates this by putting square brackets into the printed text, causing the reader to think that the manuscript has a lacuna here. It is true that he offers the omitted Aramaic words (that is to say, in his trans- lation) in the apparatus criticus, provided with the note desider, but the im- pression created by the printed text is not correct. In 1,5 the translator or copyist once more seems to have forgotten some words, but this time DIEZ MACHO inserts them into his text-in a
Journal for the Study of Judaism – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1973
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