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Psalter manuscripts are variants historically and theologically justified relative to the Masoretic text. The resulting material of Psalm manuscripts was described, reconstructed, defined and evaluated related to its potential for further study from the Judean desert based on the method of physical reconstruction of Stegemann and using the textual reconstruction based on the Masoretic text and the Septuagint. Considerations regarding the structure, type and function, as well as their relation to the Masoretic text in the manuscripts were suitable for further content work. This chapter explains statistics for finding the Psalm manuscripts and their relationship to Masoretic text directed against the fragmented, disparate and individual character of the material. The proposed reconstructions and text analytics are explained for processing the resulting material and as a basis for both the more content work and corrections or modifications to the reconstruction. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Judaean desert; Masoretic text; Psalm manuscripts; Psalter manuscripts; Septuagint



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