106 duced, which, on April 13/14 of 304, reckoned from 311/310, and in 300 B.C. from 312/311. Proofreading has not been done with the desirable care. To mention some more conspicuous cases: p. 39 n. 73: as is evident from the English translation, a full line of the German quotation has been dropped; p. 60 1.2 from the bottom: instead of "analogy" read "apology"; p. 63 n. 31, last line: instead of "Bezug" read "in Bezug"; p. 76 1.13 from the bot- tom : instead of "Namantius" read "Namatian"; p. 87 1.10: instead of "epiphonese?" read "epiphõnësis"; p. 118 1.20: instead of "symptus" read "sumptus"; p. 157 1.6 from the bottom: instead of "dissertimus" read "dissertissimus" (this mistake is repeated on the middle of p. 159); p. 224 between 11. and 4 from the bottom: insert "1962"; p. 232 nr. 157 instead of "Dauviller" read "Dauvillier". Greek quotations have not left the printing-office without injury. The title of the book has been borrowed from Philo's Q,uis rerum divinarum heres sit 285, cf. the Preface by E. HILGERT on p. xv. All in all, in spite of minor imperfections this collection, with its warm personal tone, its substantial scholarly
Journal for the Study of Judaism – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1986
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