By Bob Moses
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Aramaic texts to indicate the end of a verse (and in some cases half verses), see for instance, the Qumran Targum on Leviticus (4Q156). The double dot on p. 2, recto, line 23 corresponds with the end of a verse (namely Lev. 11:20). The double dot on p. 6, recto, line 13 (corresponding to Lev. 12:2), however, does neither correspond with the end of a verse, nor with the half of a verse, but stands in a phrase. Following the double dot on p. 2, recto, line 23, there is a space of about three characters.
A. Korpel and ÌB . Moreover 1ŒIsaa has a narrow space and Ginsburg found 10 manuscripts which have a spacing here too. Isa. 62:6 – again the manuscript is supported by some pre-Masoretic witnesses (narrow spaces in 1ŒIsaa and ÌQ , full paragraphing in the ÌV ). Ginsburg’s data illustrate that both traditions, with or without spacing, were continued. Isa. 63:17 – the WS in BN is supported by three manuscripts of Ì. Isa. 64:3 – the space in BN is shared not only with AC and CB, but also with ÌA .
D. M. Oesch, ‘Graz UB 35. 680: Ein Pseudo Ben Naftali (PsBN) Fragment’, in: I. ), Meqor Hajjim: Fs G. Molin, Graz 1983, 171-85. Kahle 1927 – P. ) Kahle, Masoreten des Westens, Bd. 1, Stuttgart 1927 (repr. Hildesheim 1967). Paragraphing in a Palestinian-Tiberian MS – Bibliography 31 Kahle 1930 – P. ) Kahle, Masoreten des Westens, Bd. 2, Stuttgart 1930 (repr. Hildesheim 1967) Kahle 1947 – P. ) Kahle, The Cairo Geniza (Schweich Lectures 1941), London 1947. E. Kahle, The Cairo Geniza, Oxford 2 1959.