NOTES ON SOME PASSAGES IN THE BOOK OF PROVERBS BY D. WINTON THOMAS Cambridge The LXX's xai zp4aeov 'and a golden chain' implies that :1,11, or some other word for 'gold', was read in apposition after an attractive balance to jn 'a garland of beauty' I.t.I , 0 r being thus obtained. The Arabic version 1) and the Palestinian Syriac Lectionary 2) similarly have 'gold'. The verse will then be 4+4, and not 3+3 3). viii 26: mxim The translation of which is usually taken to mean 'fields' 4), by 'rivers' in the Pesh Targ. and Vulg. (flttmina), is remarkable, and is not easily explicable. H. PINKUSS 5) records some remarks of N6LDEKE to the effect that the Syriac translator substituted for which seemed to him superfluous side by side with what appeared to him to be a suitable word; or again, that he took 11;??n here as meaning 'highways', that is, natural caravan roads, such as wadies could be.NoLDEKr, regards this second suggestion as somewhat artificial. VOGEL 6) believed that the Syriac translator in 1) As given in WALTON'S Polyglot. 2) A Palestinian Syriac Lectionary (Studia Sinaitica, No. VI), cd. A. S. LEWIS and M. D. GIBSON,
Vetus Testamentum – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1965
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