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In a doctoral dissertation accomplished in 1995 (no establishment noted), Vaughn takes the remedy of Hezekiah in 2 Chronicles 29-32 as a chance to check the connection among extra-biblical old information and an interpretation of Chronicles. He combines archaeological and epigraphic proof with a centred studying of the verses to argue that traditions or remembrances that have been traditionally actual have been used to build the ideological message for the post-exile group.

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3. Dahood, Psalms. 4. C. Culley, Oral Formulaic Language in the Biblical Psalms (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1967), p. 118. 5. Oral Formulaic Language, pp. 10-20. 6. Oral Formulaic Language, p. 14. 7. A. Berlin, The Dynamics of Biblical Parallelism (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1985), p. 18. 8. R. Jakobson, 'Grammatical Parallelism and its Russian Facet', Language 42 (1966), pp. 399-429. 9. Geller, Parallelism, p. 1. 2. Textual Study 57 others, for confusing three aspects of parallelism.

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Psalmen, p. 69. Briggs and Briggs, Psalms, p. 154. Briggs and Briggs, Psalms, p. 154. Cross, 'Studies', p. 146. Buttenwieser, Psalms, p. 463. Gunkel, Psalmen, p. 69. Briggs and Briggs, Psalms, p. 154; and Cross, 'Studies', p. 146. Cross, 'Studies', p. 146. Stuart, Studies, p. 12. 2. Textual Study 35 preposition is present to connect it with , so unwarranted changes are necessary in v. 13 when the word pair is attached to this verse. Without the phrase, no insurmountable problems exist with either verse, nor is there any appreciable loss in meaning.

Gregory; Boston: Crocker & Brewster, 1829), pp. 35-36. 6. L. Kugel, The Idea of Biblical Poetry: Parallelism and its History (New 2. Textual Study 55 Based on such authorities, the approach to meter in this book will be fluid. The major words (basically nouns and verbs, but including other parts of speech as necessary) have been counted and a six-word pattern has been detected for each set of parallel lines, designated '3+3' meter. '3+3+3' designates those parallel lines which are made up of three members (as in vv.

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