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Dans un vase pur ou avec des psaumes? Une variante textuelle peu étudiée en Isa 66:20

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Isa 66:20 in the Masoretic text (TM) is the largest complete scroll of Isaiah. All V.18-20 describes two processions that begin to move from the ends of the inhabited world. V. 19 lists the people and the most distant islands of Jerusalem. This chapter discusses two significant differences between the MT of the LXX. V. 21 and then suggests a third procession mentioning the Levites and priests. Between the Israelites who returned from exile and the offering made to the Lord's house there is a similarity or even an identity. Isa 66:20 has two lessons of the LXX dating back to a Hebrew original model as the two corresponding lessons of the TM. The interest of these old lessons is twofold: For the history of the biblical text in Isaiah and for the history of the sacrificial worship in the Lord's house in Jerusalem.

Keywords: Masoretic text (TM); Jerusalem; Levites; priests; Israelites; Lord's house; Isaiah

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