RE-EXAMINING THE WARNING OF ECCL. XII 12

RE-EXAMINING THE WARNING OF ECCL. XII 12 short notes 123 l’entrée d’une ville, par conséquent on doit d’une part, nous semble-t-il, retenir la version massorétique de 2 R. xx et d’autre part on doit don- ner au mot son sens habituel d’“aire” aussi bien dans la Bible qu’à Ugarit. Tel Aviv M. Anbar 1 “Formule d’introduction du discours direct au milieu du discours à Mari et dans la Bible”, VT 47/4 (1997), pp. 530 -536. 2 I. Benzinger, Die Bücher der Könige erklärt (Fribourg-en-Brisgau, Leipzig et Tubingue, 1899), p. 123. 3 C.F. Burney, Notes on the Hebrew Text of the Book of Kings (Oxford, 1903), p. 253. 4 B. Stade et F. Schwally, The Books of Kings (Leipzig, Baltimore et Londres, 1904), p. 169. 5 J. Gray, “Tell el Far‘a by Nablus: A ‘Mother’ in Ancient Israel”, PEQ 84 (1952), p. 112. 6 Cités par Burney, p. 253 et A. Ó anda, Die Bücher der Könige 1 (Münster, 1911- 1912), p. 493. 7 P. 493. 8 Loc. cit. 9 J. Gray, I and II Kings (Philadelphie et Londres 2 , 1964), 1970, pp. 400-401. 10 S.J. DeVries, I Kings (Waco, Texas 1985), p. 259. 11 F. Fritz, Das erste Buch der Könige (Zürich, 1996), p. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Vetus Testamentum Brill

RE-EXAMINING THE WARNING OF ECCL. XII 12

Vetus Testamentum, Volume 50 (1): 123 – Jan 1, 2000

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short notes 123 l’entrée d’une ville, par conséquent on doit d’une part, nous semble-t-il, retenir la version massorétique de 2 R. xx et d’autre part on doit don- ner au mot son sens habituel d’“aire” aussi bien dans la Bible qu’à Ugarit. Tel Aviv M. Anbar 1 “Formule d’introduction du discours direct au milieu du discours à Mari et dans la Bible”, VT 47/4 (1997), pp. 530 -536. 2 I. Benzinger, Die Bücher der Könige erklärt (Fribourg-en-Brisgau, Leipzig et Tubingue, 1899), p. 123. 3 C.F. Burney, Notes on the Hebrew Text of the Book of Kings (Oxford, 1903), p. 253. 4 B. Stade et F. Schwally, The Books of Kings (Leipzig, Baltimore et Londres, 1904), p. 169. 5 J. Gray, “Tell el Far‘a by Nablus: A ‘Mother’ in Ancient Israel”, PEQ 84 (1952), p. 112. 6 Cités par Burney, p. 253 et A. Ó anda, Die Bücher der Könige 1 (Münster, 1911- 1912), p. 493. 7 P. 493. 8 Loc. cit. 9 J. Gray, I and II Kings (Philadelphie et Londres 2 , 1964), 1970, pp. 400-401. 10 S.J. DeVries, I Kings (Waco, Texas 1985), p. 259. 11 F. Fritz, Das erste Buch der Könige (Zürich, 1996), p.

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