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Comp. also BR L X X . 4, 8015; ibid. L X X X V I . ; Tanhuma ymxD 1; ed. Buber ibid. 3, 22b), and stress its importance. But they did not consistently employ 121 instead of by2 (At least three of the Mishnayoth which used this euphemism — Sotah 1 . 2 , Kethuboth I. 8 and V. 9 — seem to be of Judean origin, as it appears from the names of the Rabbis men­ tioned there or in the preceding clauses). They sometimes uttered a phrase which is simply shocking to us, see TB Zebakim 31a and comp. Ps. 78:65, as already observed by Rabbi Hayyim Joseph David Azulai in his *]DV 'zna to njn niv sect.

52 53 54 s* The division of the Bible into twenty four (See IV Ezra, end, and Charles, The Apocrypha etc. II, p. 624, n. 45) or twenty two (See Swete, Introduction to the 0. T. in Greek, 1914, p. ) books and the respective division of the Iliad and Odyssey in twenty four books (See Seneca, Epist. L X X X V I I L 40 and Th. , p. 296) may serve as a good illustration as to how careful we have to be in drawing conclusions from parallels. 53 Although they affected our texts of Homer but slightly their very sug­ gestions betray their attitude.

II. 10, 6834; BR L X I V . 8, 7085; Vayyikrah Rabba X I . 3; Midrash Mishle X X V I . 24, ed. Buber, 50b and the sources quoted below. 4 Num. 11:1. See below. * TB Shabbath 115b, bot. Missing in Rashi and 'Ein Jacob a. 1. and Mizrafc on Num. 11:35. Comp. also Rabbinovicz, variae lectiones to Rosh Hashanah, p. 37, n. 100. 7 The Hebrew text uses here the Greek word crrjfieZa. I Aboth deR. Nathan ch. 34, ed. Schechter, 50a. I. e. fJLLKpov TjjLT)fJLCL. See Birt, Das antike Buchwesen, p. 494-495. 38 6 8 9 CRITICAL MARKS IN THE HEBREW BIBLE 39 10 Modern scholars correctly associated these signs with the critical marks employed by the Alexandrians, but they did not fully evaluate their exact nature in our text.

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