The Witness of the Vulgate, Peshitta and Septuagint to the Text of Zephaniah, Issue 4

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Columbia University Press, 1909 - Bible - 52 pages
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Page 13 - Sed et argentum eorum et aurum eorum non poterit liberare eos / in die irae Domini / In igne zeli eius devorabitur omnis terra / quia consummationem cum festinatione faciet / cunctis habitantibus terram
Page 13 - ... est et velox nimis : vox diei domini amara, tribulabitur ibi fortis. dies irae, dies ilia, dies tribulationis et angustiae, dies calamitatis et miseriae, dies tenebrarum et caliginis, dies nebulae et turbinis, dies tubae et clangoris super civitates munitas, et super angulos excelsos...
Page 2 - Berger, Histoire de la Vulgate pendant les premiers siecles du moyen Age (Paris, 1893).
Page 14 - ... bunt, et bestiae uocem dabunt in fossis eius, et corui in partis eius, quoniam cedrus altitudo eius. ciuitas contemnens quae habitat in spe, quae dicit in corde suo Ego sum, et non est post me adhuc ! quomodo facta est in exterminium pascua bestiaruin ! omnis qui transit per illam sibilabit, et mouebit manus ťo suas.
Page 39 - Ubi nos transtulimus, in die resurrectionis meae in futurum, et omnes interpretati sunt, in testimonium, Hebraeus, qui me in Scripturis instituit, asserebat LAED in praesenti loco magis eis eVi, id est, in futurum debere intelligi — Jerome; cf.
Page 13 - Et effundam sun guinem eorum slcut limum, et carnes eorum sicut stercus' boum et argentum et aurum eorum non poterit liberare eos in die irae dominl. (2'->, Speculum) Convenite et congregamini populus in disciplinatus, priusquam efficiamini sicut flos praeteriens priusquam superveniat super vos dies Iracundlae dominl. Quaerlte dom
Page 12 - ... from the prophet Zephaniah, who prophesied at the same time as Jeremiah: " Wait for me, saith the Lord, in the day of my resurrection to come, since it is my decision that I will gather the nations together and assemble the kingdoms.
Page 51 - The chief characteristics of this book are the unity and harmony of the composition, the grace, energy, and dignity of its style, and the rapid and effective alternations of threats and promises.
Page 26 - MS. agrees closely with the text presupposed by the Egyptian versions and in the works of Cyril of Alexandria, and that it is supported by the cursive MSS.

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