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The Arrangement of Materials Relating to Pharaoh’S Daughter in MT and the LXX

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The total number of verses making reference to Pharaoh's daughter in 3 Regum is seven. Between corresponding notes of MT and the LXX several word variations occur. This state of affairs leads us to ask two questions. First, in what sense, and to what extent, do the various differences regarding position, context and wording between the corresponding sets of notes on Pharaoh's daughter in the LXX and MT affect their purport? Second, what is the most probable text-historical relationship that can be concluded from an evaluation of the differences? The material on Pharaoh's daughter in three categories: The notes on the accommodation of Pharaoh's daughter in 1 Kings and in the main text of 3 Regum, the notes on Solomon's dowry in 1 Kings and in the main text of 3 Regum and the notes on the accommodation of Pharaoh's daughter in Misc. I.

Keywords: 3 Regum; LXX; MT; Pharaoh's daughter; Solomon's dowry; text-historical relationship; word variations



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