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A Philological Approach to the Problem of King So (2 Kgs 17:4)

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This paper supports Kitchen’s identification of with Osorkon IV and supplements it with philological details. The results of this study, however, demand a modification of Kitchen’s suggestion by proposing that the Hebrew word should be seen as a transcription of s3-r in Osorkon’s name w3-s3-r-kn, and not just of s3.

Affiliations: 1: Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary Seoul Korea


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