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The Notation Of Parašot In MS Neofiti 1

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One aspect of the MS Neofiti 1 mentioned by the editor and discussed by M. F. Martin is the notation of the weekly parašot. In their preoccupation with the paleographical analysis of these notations, both of these scholars fail to note certain other important aspects. The impression obtained from Martin’s list is that only seven parašot are indicated in the entire MS, in three different ways. In the edition, only the third type is recorded-and that, inconsistently. The first note in Genesis is recorded in the critical apparatus only; the next two are given in the text proper without translation or additional notes; the first note in Leviticus is recorded, translated and footnoted; while the last three in that same book are merely presented and translated. Actually, MS Neofiti 1 contains a number of additional types of parašah indicators that are not mentioned at all by Martin or A. Díez-Macho.

Keywords: MS Neofiti 1; parašot



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