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LA SIGNIFICATION DE APKOΣ AΠOPOYMENH EN LXX OSÉE XIII 81

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L'expression ρκοsigma πορουμ νη en LXX Os xiii 8 peut signifier "ourse avamée" (ainsi Jérôme), mais un autre sens du verbe πορ ομαι avec un sujet animal semble préférable: "être acculé", particulièrement dans le contexte de la chasse. Cette interprétation s'appuie sur l'emploi du verbe chez Xénophon et sur l'interprétation d'Os xiii 8 par Théodoret de Cyr.

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2016-12-03

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