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61. Paul de Lagarde, Anmerkungen zur griechischen Übersetzang der Proverbien (Leipzig: Brockhaus, 1863). E. F. C. Rosenmueller's similar, late eighteenth-century formulation, that they all represent one recension, may be more correct. 62. F. M. ; Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1961) 188–94. B. Albrektson has rejected the notion that the rabbis consciously produced a standard text, arguing that the MT emerged as a standard in the context of religious growth; see "Reflections on the Emergence of a Standard Text of the Hebrew Bible," Congress Volume: Göttingen 1977 (Supplements to Vetus Testamentum 29; Leiden: Brill, 1978) 79–85.
Sanderson, An Exodus Scroll from Qumran (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1986). chm::/bwbhs01.... 28/07/2005 Language and Text Page 21 of 24 34. Waltke, Prolegomena, 294–99; "Samaritan," 217–20. 35. Rabin, "Hebrew," 310 n. 30. 36. C. H. Gordon, "North Israelite Influence on Postexilic Hebrew," Israel Exploration Journal 5 (1955) 85–88, at 86. In the same article Gordon argues that the language of (northern) Israel influenced the Hebrew of postexilic books such as Esther, Chronicles, and, in his view, Qoheleth.
32. G. Gerleman, Synoptic Studies in the Old Testament (Lunds Universitets Årsskrift 1144; Lund: Gleerup, 1948). Kenneth A. Kitchen has shown that modernizing can also be demonstrated in extrabiblical ancient Near Eastern sources. See his Ancient Orient and the Old Testament (Chicago: Inter-Varsity, 1966) 142–43; "Egypt," The New Bible Dictionary, ed. J. D. Douglas (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1962) 337–53, at 349–51. 33. B. K. Waltke, Prolegomena to the Samaritan Pentateuch (Harvard Dissertation, 1965) 285–94; summarized as "The Samaritan Pentateuch and the Text of the Old Testament," New Perspectives on the Old Testament, ed.
An introduction to biblical Hebrew syntax by Bruce K Waltke; Michael Patrick O'Connor