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Sample Polyglot Edition Jeremiah 27:1–28:3 (M,S,B) / 34:1–35:3 (J)

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This section presents the sample polyglot edition (Jeremiah) containing data with regard to unit delimitation from four traditions: Hebrew, Greek, Syriac and Latin. It shows the list of sigla and abbreviations, and tabula accentuum. The section contains a list of reference articles and books that occur in the book titled Method in Unit Delimitation . In this volume selected papers from the meetings in Goningen (2004), Edinburgh (2006) and Vienna (2007) have been combined into a thematic volume, dealing with the method of unit delimitation. Although this subject has been discussed on previous occasions, a relatively young and emerging approach like delimitation criticism requires constant evaluation of methodological issues.

Keywords: Jeremiah; methodological issues; polyglot edition; unit delimitation



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