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By Ada Rapoport-Albert, Gillian Greenberg, Ada Raoioirt-Albert

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A set of articles via exotic students of the Hebrew Bible and its historic types commemorating the paintings of the overdue Dr Michael Weitzman. This assortment focusses at the Hebrew Bible, its historical types and textual background. those are the fields within which the past due Dr Weitzman had made his identify, and the quantity commemorates his lifetime's paintings, so in advance ended. however it additionally stands by itself as an authoritative assertion of present learn in those and heavily comparable fields. members comprise Edward Ullendorff, Andrew Macintosh, Robert Gordon, Hugh Williamson, Gillian Greenberg, Jan Joosten, Sebastian Brock, Michael Knibb, Philip Alexander, George Brooke and Alison Salvesen.

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It may be Isaiah's comment on the filth of the place where the prophets and and priests of v. 7 are assembled. Alternatively, it may continue their complaints about him in v. 9 and express their mocking imitation of his condemnation of their intoxication and its resulting filth and vomit all over the place, a little here and a little there. But would Isaiah have described the mess as 'a little' (ze'er)l It is possible: the point may be not that the total amount was little, but that it was scattered all over the place.

1 in his system of reference): ^BD Kin l^n 12* HI1K ID^n ntBK. Driver translates these words 'those who have gone after saw' followed by 'saw: that is the babbler'. 17 It is, however, more likely that the last three words of the Hebrew are not defining the meaning of saw, but saying that the reference in Isaiah is to a contemporary of the Qumran sect called the 'babbler' or 'driveller'. 14: ^tntZT tOTip In the latter passage, ]1^H may echo in Isa. 19 from 1^ (which is followed by ^) in Isaiah. Second, Driver compares qaw with Aramaic qawqaw 'croaking of frogs', Syriac qawqi 'hooted' ('to caw, croak', according to Payne 14.

46 That such an association would have been congenial may be further suggested by the association of the ark with the holiness of God (cf. 1 Sam. 20) and the fact that the title parallels such expressions as Dpir/PNIEr TDK47 (and note too DpiT Tftt* twice in Ps. 8, 12). I conclude, therefore, that the title was probably used already before the time of Isaiah in the Jerusalem cult, with which he will have been familiar, and that this was the source from which he appropriated it. However, it was not, apparently, commonly used, nor, as we have seen, did he himself use it very frequently.

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