Studies in Scriptural Unit Division

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Series: Pericope, 3

Along with other contrbutions this volume brings together the papers read during the Second Pericope Meeting at the Rome, 2001 SBL conference. The Pericope series aims at making available the data on unit delimitation found in the ancient manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible, the Septuagint, the Peshitta and the Vulgate to Bible translators and exegetes and to evaluate these data for the benefit of biblical interpretation. It will contribute significantly to our understanding of the meaning of Scripture as it was written and understood in Antiquity.

Contents

M.C.A. Korpel, J.M. Oesch - Preface
B. Becking - Petuhah and Setumah in Jeremiah 30-31
J. Cook - Unit Delimitation in the Book of Proverbs: In the Light of the Septuagint of Proverbs
W.M. de Bruin - Interpreting Delimiters: The Complexity of Text Delimitation
J.C. de Moor - The Structure of Micah 2:1-13: The Contribution of the Ancient Witnesses
Th. Janz - A System of Unit Division from Byzantine Manuscripts of Ezra-Nehemiah
K.D. Jenner, W.Th. van Peursen - Unit Delimitation and the Text of Ben Sira
J.W. Olley - Paragraphing in the Greek Text of Ezekiel in P967: With Particular Reference to the Cologne Portion
P. Sanders - The Colometric Layout of Psalms 1 to 14 in the Aleppo Codex
J.C. de Moor - Workshop on Unit Delimitation: Micah 4:14-5:8

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