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Michael Carasik

, and in this case the literary technique has a name, coined for it by Cyrus Gordon: Janus parallelism. 12 In this technique, a word or expression has one meaning when one reads up to it, but what follows encourages or forces the reader to go back and give a second, different meaning to the same word

David Toshio Tsumura

muss sie aus der Rubrik 739 (“Instruktion bei Sprechhand- lungen [Anweisung]”) (ebd., S. 207), in die Jenni sie eingeordnet hat, entfernt werden, da die InŽ nitivkonstruktionsreihe 8aI+9vI, wie gezeigt werden konnte, keine indirekte Rede ist. JANUS PARALLELISM IN HAB. III 4 Hab. iii 4 is one of the

David Toshio Tsumura

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2004 DOI: 10.1163/15685330-99000013 Vetus Testamentum IOSOT ( 2013 ) 113-116 brill.com/vt 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

David Toshio Tsumura

Markedness Jaffa, inscriptions from Epigraphic Hebrew: Roman and Byzantine Period Jaffe, Leib Russia James Ossuary Forgeries of Hebrew Texts Janis, Norman Biblical Accents: Prosody janus parallelism Polysemy Ja...

Othniel Margalith

GENESIS XV 1. Janus Parallelism in v. 1 The poetic device known as Janus parallelism was first identified by C. H. Gordon. He defined it as a "kind of parallelism [that] hinges on the use of a single word with two entirely different mean- ings, one meaning paralleling what precedes, and the other mean

Gary A. Rendsburg

GENESIS XV 1. Janus Parallelism in v. 1 The poetic device known as Janus parallelism was first identified by C. H. Gordon. He defined it as a "kind of parallelism [that] hinges on the use of a single word with two entirely different mean- ings, one meaning paralleling what precedes, and the other mean

Aaron Rubin

) Lange, A. 2001. “Die Wurzel ph ̣ z und ihre Konnotationen”, Vetus Testamentum 51, pp. 497-510. Rabin, C. 1961. “Etymological Miscellanea”, in Scripta Hierosolymitana 8: Studies in the Bible , ed. C. Rabin, pp. 384-400. ( Jerusalem) Rendsburg, Gary. 1980. “Janus Parallelism in Gen 49:26”, Journal of

James Linville

this realization of ambiguity to new directions. Each combines one earlier proposal with a new, unique one. A.R. Ceresko finds in an example of Janus parallelism, in which a word or phrase carries one meaning in view of the preceding line, and another completely in anticipation of the following text

Foster, Benjamin R.

virtual homonyms in Akk.; for the corresponding passage in Atra-hasis, see above, Text COSB.1.130 I 23–25 and note ; for both see Hoffner 1976. For the alleged Janus parallelism of the passage (i.e. looking both forwards and backwards) see Noegel 1991.Take aboard ship seed of all living things