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R. Guenter, A Diachronic Study of Biblical Hebrew Prose Syntax (Toronto Dissertation, 1977), remains unpublished. 38. W. J. Adams Jr. and L. LaMar Adams, "Language Drift and the Dating of Biblical Passages," Hebrew Studies 18 (1977) 160–64. 39. Polzin, Late Biblical Hebrew, 20. 40. Polzin, Late Biblical Hebrew, 112. See, for an extension of Polzin's method, A. E. Hill, "Dating the Book of Malachi: A Linguistic Reexamination," The Word of the Lord Shall Go Forth: Essays in Honor of David Noel Freedman, ed.

F. Albright, From the Stone Age to Christianity (Garden City, New York: Doubleday/ Anchor, 1957) 78–79. 48. Kitchen, Ancient Orient and Old Testament, 140. 49. Albright, Stone Age, 79. 50. For the basic statement of the orthographic development, see F. M. Cross and D. N. Freedman, Early Hebrew Orthography: A Study of the Epigraphic Evidence (American Oriental Series 36; New Haven: American Oriental Society, 1952); on the linguistic background, see M. O'Connor, "Writing Systems, Native Speaker Analyses, and the Earliest Stages of Northwest Semitic Orthography," The Word of the Lord Shall Go Forth: Essays in Honor of David Noel Freedman, ed.

Text and a full set of correct notes, except for the places where it is damaged (p. 148); due to the complexity of the Masoretic annotations, it stands out as "the only manuscript of the enrire massoretic Bible in which the correspondence between text and massoretic notation is practically perfect" (p. 149). 68. The Leningrad Codex is the basis for both Biblia Hebraica3, ed. R. Kittel (originally 1937; New York: American Bible Society, 1972 and other reprints; abbreviated BH3 or BHK), and Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, ed.

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