The Revised Standard Version Bible

The Revised Standard Version Bible 238 et que notre verset du Cantique de Deborah oblige a supposer un sejour prealable de Makir en Cisjordanie. C'est une conclusion hasardeuse car le texte dit simplementquedeMakir les chefs (mebôqeqîm, bon parall6le à un "princes" comme le proposent R. TOURNAY et P. C. CRAIGIE) ,,sont descendus" (yâredû, perfectif). Ils ont pu descendre aussi bien de Galaad que des collines centrales de Cisjordanie. Ici encore la bataille n'est pas engagee. Ephraim est en tete et prepare la concentra- tion vers le "mont d'Amaleq", Benjamin le suit, puis Makir descendu de Galaad. Paris H. CAZELLES SHORT NOTES THE REVISED STANDARD VERSION BIBLE Professor HAMMERSHAIMB will remember with great pleasure his associations on the Editorial Board of VT with Professor Millar BuRROws, for whose Festschrift in 1959 he wrote a most appropriate study, "On the method applied in the copying of manuscripts in Qumran," Essays in Honour of Millar Burrozvs (E. J. Brill, 1959, pp. 79-82 = VT, IX, pp. 415-18). Upon his retirement from the Editorial Board, Professor BURROWS read a paper on "The RSV of the Old Testament" before the Third Congress of the IOSOT at Oxford in 1959. It was published in the Congress Volume ( WTsapp/., http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Vetus Testamentum Brill

The Revised Standard Version Bible

Vetus Testamentum, Volume 24 (2): 238 – Jan 1, 1974

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Brill
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© 1974 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0042-4935
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1568-5330
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10.1163/156853374X00161
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238 et que notre verset du Cantique de Deborah oblige a supposer un sejour prealable de Makir en Cisjordanie. C'est une conclusion hasardeuse car le texte dit simplementquedeMakir les chefs (mebôqeqîm, bon parall6le à un "princes" comme le proposent R. TOURNAY et P. C. CRAIGIE) ,,sont descendus" (yâredû, perfectif). Ils ont pu descendre aussi bien de Galaad que des collines centrales de Cisjordanie. Ici encore la bataille n'est pas engagee. Ephraim est en tete et prepare la concentra- tion vers le "mont d'Amaleq", Benjamin le suit, puis Makir descendu de Galaad. Paris H. CAZELLES SHORT NOTES THE REVISED STANDARD VERSION BIBLE Professor HAMMERSHAIMB will remember with great pleasure his associations on the Editorial Board of VT with Professor Millar BuRROws, for whose Festschrift in 1959 he wrote a most appropriate study, "On the method applied in the copying of manuscripts in Qumran," Essays in Honour of Millar Burrozvs (E. J. Brill, 1959, pp. 79-82 = VT, IX, pp. 415-18). Upon his retirement from the Editorial Board, Professor BURROWS read a paper on "The RSV of the Old Testament" before the Third Congress of the IOSOT at Oxford in 1959. It was published in the Congress Volume ( WTsapp/.,

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Vetus TestamentumBrill

Published: Jan 1, 1974

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