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Mi 3:5 [E1TI] (LXX : E,s)-Adapted to M T ,~ (cf. 2). Mi 3:5 [Kat 1'}y{aaav] (LXX: ~ynpav)-Adapted to MT '1Fti" (cf. I). Mi 3:6 [vf-LEiv] (LXX: vI-'M-Cf. 1. &}-O mitted in accordance with MT (supported by calc. of space). 6. Mi 3:6 [OpaOEWs] = L XX. For equivalent of R, cf. Ha 2: 2. Mi 4:3-7-For a fuJI recon struction of the text of these verses accordin g to R, see Barth . 206. Wv] = LXX (MT: C~~~)-For eqwvalent of R, cf. M i 4:5; Ha 3:13; Zp 2 :9,1 0 ; Za 8: 20. £1 ( = many M SS of t he LXX) is possible as well (not prohibited by calc .

1) and supported b y calc. of space. r1j5' (L XX : o{ /LoXAoi aOrijS")- Article omitted because of calc. of space. Cf. 5. Jo 2:7 £i. iJI'a] (LXX: a lWvtol)-Adapted to M T O~P' . 3 for the exact representation of MT. Jo Jo Jo J0 J o 3:2 [1TpO. r[2]). )0 3:2 [TO K~pvY/La-- -) (LXX: TO l<~pVY/La TO € /L7Tpoo8£v)-Omitted with MT mc~'pn. opE{a. ), also in v. 4 (LXX: wa£1 1TOpE{av). 6. 1. )-Adapted to M T 'p::1M. F or similar omissions, see F I4. I. Jo -: :7 [v£~a8woavl = L XX. T he reconstructed line is short, so that a longer ve rbal form with a preverb would also be possible.

Barth. : pa[8'1]' Jo 2:4 [€v Ka~{q. 8aAaaawv] (LX X : Ka~{a. )~ ::1::1"::1 . 4. 1. I. Considerations of space make it likely that R would have used th e longer plu ral fo rm as reconstructed here. F or the use of ve rbal forms with a neuter plural, see F7 . II . Jo 2:7 ~ [Y17] (LXX: Ei. ,KM. 2. 1) and supported b y calc. of space. r1j5' (L XX : o{ /LoXAoi aOrijS")- Article omitted because of calc. of space. Cf. 5. Jo 2:7 £i. iJI'a] (LXX: a lWvtol)-Adapted to M T O~P' . 3 for the exact representation of MT.

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