THE PESHITTA TEXT OF SONG OF SONGS IN BARHEBRAEUS' AUSAR RAZE BY W. BAARS Leiden In the sample edition of the Peshitta Old Testament issued at the end of 1966 by the Peshitta Institute of Leiden University 1), for reasons stated in the General Preface 2), the evidence from biblical quotations in Syriac patristic literature had to be left out. Biblical quotations in theological literature must always be used with great caution as due allowance has to be made for simple allusions or quotations made from memory. One of the more reliable sources in this respect is to be looked for in regular biblical commentaries 3) and it is from that quarter that I would like to collect here some evidence for the Peshitta text of Song of Songs 4) additional to that contained in the biblical MSS. For this purpose I have compared the Peshitta text 5) in one of the better known 6) Syriac commentaries on Song of 1) The Old Testament in Syriac according to the Peshitta version. Sample edition. Song of Songs-Tobit-4 Ezra. Leiden 1966. ) O.c., p. [VI]. 3) No Syriac commentaries on the two other books issued in the sample edition (Tobit
Vetus Testamentum – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1968
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