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Peshitta Institute Communications Viii

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There is a group of seventeenth-century Syriac mss of Susanna that presents a complex picture of mixture and confusion. 1) In collating the Susanna mss. I did not happen to meet first the source of the confusion; hence in the ms. of this group which I first met, 17a10, it seemed that the scribe had been interrupted as he reached the end of the second question-and-answer set, and when he returned to his copying he somehow got hold of a different Vorlage and continued from the end of v. 54 instead of the end of v. 58, thus repeating the second set and making three sets of Daniel's question and an elder's reply, instead of the two sets actually involved in the story.

Affiliations: 1: Andrews University Berrien Springs, Michigan, U.S.A.


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