By Baruch Halpern and Andre Lemaire (editors), Matthew J. Adams (associate editor)
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The septuagint in the text history of 1–2 kings 15 with the Chronicler’s work, and that the Chronicler had before his eyes the first edition of 2 Kgs 21:2–9, namely that preserved in VL, the only remaining witness of the earliest LXX. The Chronicler may have introduced v. 4 into the narrative16 in order to charge king Manasseh more heavily with the profanation of the house of the Lord. Between MT and LXX of 2 Chr 33:2–9 there are differences as well, especially in v. 7. This specific question, however, shall not be pursued further here.
Qumran Cave 4 · The Prophets (DJD, XV; Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997) 19–43. 28 julio trebolle 2. Qumran Parabiblical Texts on Kings Qumran parabiblical texts offer developments based upon the ElijahElisha cycles in 1–2 Kings, though they may also reflect traditions which were not incorporated into the biblical texts. 1. The paraphrase of Kings 4Qpap paraKings (4Q382) is preserved in a manuscript dated c. 75 BCE, consisting of 154 papyrus fragments. 20 Frg. ” The fragment has here חמשים חמשים, as the Hebrew Vorlage of the LXX κατα πεντηκοντα, “by fifties,” against the MT reading חמשיםthat seems to be a haplography (compare MT v.
19 On one occasion 1QIsaa and the LXX agreed in lacking the expansion in the MT. A few of the passages may be debatable, but the general pattern seems clear, E. Ulrich, “The Text of the Hebrew Scriptures at the Time of Hillel and Jesus,” in A. ), Congress Volume – Basel 2001 (Leiden: Brill, 2002) 90; E. Ulrich, “The Developmental Composition of the Book of Isaiah: Light from 1QIsaa on Additions in the MT,” DSD 8 (2001) 288–305. Cfr. also, M. G. , “1QIsaa and 1QIsab,” in E. D. Herbert and E. ), The Bible as Book.
The Books of Kings: Sources, Composition, Historiography and Reception by Baruch Halpern and Andre Lemaire (editors), Matthew J. Adams (associate editor)