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RE: Joshua 20:3

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  • cook@maties.sun.ac.za
    ... I suggest you read the article by A. Rofe Joshua 20: Historico-Literary Criticism Illustrated in JH Tigay (ed.), Empirical Methods of Biblical Criticism,
    Message 1 of 1714 , May 10, 1996
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      > The MT seems to reflect a Vorlage which is shorter than LXX. of Josh 20:3
      > (referring to the end of the verse, BHS note c).
      > Is this an example of the LXX tendency to harmonize (cf Nu 35:12); or does
      > the LXX reflect a genuinely "different" Vorlage?
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      > Thanks,
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      > Jim West

      I suggest you read the article by A. Rofe "Joshua 20: Historico-Literary
      Criticism Illustrated" in JH Tigay (ed.), Empirical Methods of Biblical
      Criticism, Philadelphia 1985, pp. 131-147.

      Johann Cook
      Acting head of the Dept of Ancient Near Eastern Studies
      University of Stellenbosch
      SOUTH AFRICA
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    • Julian Goldberg
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      Message 1714 of 1714 , Feb 4, 1997
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