Vetur Testamentum Syriace iuxta simplicem Syrorum versionem / The Old Testament in Syriac According to the Peshitta Version, ed. on behalf of the International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament by the Peshitta Institute Leiden, Part IV, fascicle 3: Apocalypse of Baruch by S. DEDERING; 4 Esdras by R. J. BIDAWID, E. J. Brill, Leiden 1973, IV + 50 and IV + 50 pp. respect., cloth f 48

Vetur Testamentum Syriace iuxta simplicem Syrorum versionem / The Old Testament in Syriac... 96 Syntax and Meaning. Studies in Hebrew Syntax and Biblical Exegesis by C. J. LABUSCHAGNE, C. VAN LEEUWEN, M. J. MULDER, H. A. BRONGERS, B. JONGELING, L. DEQUEKER, P. A. H. DE BOER (Oudtestamentische Studien XVIII), E. J. Brill, Leiden 1973, 213 pp., cloth f 72,-, for sub- scribers f 56,- (This volume is chiefly devoted to syntactical studies on the use of Hebrew particles, but DEQUEKER'S paper on 'The Saints of the Most High in Qumran and Daniel' (pp. 108-187) cannot be passed without mention in this Journal. In the first section of his paper DFQUFKER makes some important corrections to the Redaktion.rge.rchichte of Dan. 7 advanced in 1960 (cf. Epbemerides Theologiae Lovanienses 36 (1960), pp. 353-392). The second part deals with the meaning of qdw6im in the literature of Qumran and tries to demonstrate that nowhere in Qumran the understanding of the "saints" as members of the sect is absolutely certain, whereas the proposed meaning "heavenly beings" fits everywhere into the context and can be demonstrated in most of the texts. Finally the author examines the meaning of qdwfym in Dan. 7 and 8. He argues that even Dan. 8, 24-25 and Dan. 7, 21. 22. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal for the Study of Judaism Brill

Vetur Testamentum Syriace iuxta simplicem Syrorum versionem / The Old Testament in Syriac According to the Peshitta Version, ed. on behalf of the International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament by the Peshitta Institute Leiden, Part IV, fascicle 3: Apocalypse of Baruch by S. DEDERING; 4 Esdras by R. J. BIDAWID, E. J. Brill, Leiden 1973, IV + 50 and IV + 50 pp. respect., cloth f 48

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96 Syntax and Meaning. Studies in Hebrew Syntax and Biblical Exegesis by C. J. LABUSCHAGNE, C. VAN LEEUWEN, M. J. MULDER, H. A. BRONGERS, B. JONGELING, L. DEQUEKER, P. A. H. DE BOER (Oudtestamentische Studien XVIII), E. J. Brill, Leiden 1973, 213 pp., cloth f 72,-, for sub- scribers f 56,- (This volume is chiefly devoted to syntactical studies on the use of Hebrew particles, but DEQUEKER'S paper on 'The Saints of the Most High in Qumran and Daniel' (pp. 108-187) cannot be passed without mention in this Journal. In the first section of his paper DFQUFKER makes some important corrections to the Redaktion.rge.rchichte of Dan. 7 advanced in 1960 (cf. Epbemerides Theologiae Lovanienses 36 (1960), pp. 353-392). The second part deals with the meaning of qdw6im in the literature of Qumran and tries to demonstrate that nowhere in Qumran the understanding of the "saints" as members of the sect is absolutely certain, whereas the proposed meaning "heavenly beings" fits everywhere into the context and can be demonstrated in most of the texts. Finally the author examines the meaning of qdwfym in Dan. 7 and 8. He argues that even Dan. 8, 24-25 and Dan. 7, 21. 22.

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Published: Jan 1, 1974

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