Janus Parallelism in Hab. III 4*

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© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2004 DOI: 10.1163/15685330-99000013 Vetus Testamentum IOSOT ( 2013 ) 113-116 Vetus Testamentum Janus Parallelism in Hab. III 4 * David Toshio Tsumura Hamura, Tokyo Hab. iii 4 is one of the long-standing cruces interpretum of the Hebrew Bible. wənōgah kāʾôr tihyeh qarnayim miyyādô lô wəšām ḥebyôn ʿuzzōh In fact, T. Hiebert in his detailed study of Hab. iii leaves the second line untrans- lated as “Horns . . .” while drastically emending the first and the third lines. He furthermore restructures the MT’s tricolon and understands the first line (or colon) of v. 4 as the

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