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Ezek 36:3; 37:8; 39:4, 11, 23. 62 Ezek 36:13–16; 37:19; 38:4, 12. 63 Ezek 36:3, 8; 37:1; 39:11. 64 Ezek 36:17. 65 Ezek 36:1–15. , 266. 66 Jake Stromberg, “Observations on Inner-Scriptural Scribal Expansion in MT Ezekiel,” VT 58 (2008): 68–86. , 85. , 86. ” The Need for the Present Work Commentaries and monographs treating Ezek 40–48 have generally not availed themselves of recent advances in Septuagint studies. The usual text-critical employment of the Septuagint by both holistic and redaction-critical scholars generally mines it and the other versions for readings when MT is felt to be inadequate.
This state of affairs has resulted in a renewed Ezek 37 after Ezek 39 in Papyrus 967, see Pierre-Maurice Bogaert, “Le témoignage de la Vetus Latina dans l’étude de la tradition des Septante: Ezéchiel et Daniel dans le Papyrus 967,” Bib 59 (1978): 384–95. 53 The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Origins of the Bible (Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature; Grand Rapids/ Leiden: Eerdmans/ Brill, 1999). 54 Emanuel Tov, The Text-Critical Use of the Septuagint in Biblical Research (2d. ; Jerusalem Biblical Studies 8; Jerusalem: Simor, 1997), 250; idem, Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible (2d.
78 A key facet of Skopostheorie is that translations are generally made for situations and recipients that differ at least in some respects, and occasionally to a great extent, from the situation for which the source text was composed. All kinds of translation, despite their function or (Ulrich, “The Canonical Process, Textual Criticism, and Latter Stages in the Composition of the Bible” in The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Origins of the Bible, 72). 75 For a convenient overview of Skopostheorie in the light of other approaches to understanding translation, see Radegundis Stolze, Übersetzungstheorien: Eine Einführung (Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 1994), esp.
[Article] Grain Boundary Reorientation in Copper by V. Randle, Y. Hu, M. Coleman