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However, cf. Driver’s comment, “The confusion of and , and and (which cannot be explained from the old character) is in the Pent. , as tradition states, may have been translated earlier”; S. R. Driver, Notes on the Books of Samuel, lxiv, n. 3. 56 Franz Wutz, Die Transkriptionen von der Septuaginta bis zu Hieronymus, pt. , no. 9, Texte und Untersuchungen zur vormasoretischen Grammatik des Hebräischen, no. 2 (Berlin: W. ” 57 Johann Fischer, Alphabet der LXX-Vorlage, 95. 29 language. However, the evidence suggests that the opposite is rather the case.
79. 54 Cf. , 220. 55 S. R. Driver, Notes on the Books of Samuel, lxiv. Cf. the similar conclusion of Johann 28 Samuel was written in Old Hebrew, it would not be sufficient to point to evidence of confusion that can occur only in Old Hebrew, since this confusion could have occurred during the process of transmission of the Hebrew text that led to the Vorlage. , and , and , and ) do not appear with any great frequency in the translation. ) However, such graphic confusion based on the square script does seem to play a major role in Samuel (cf.
It is possible that a Hebrew scribe (or the translator) could have misread as . However, the extreme paucity of external support makes the preference of questionable. A scribe transmitting the Greek text could just as easily have misread as . 26 If is 25 Edwin Hatch and Henry A. Redpath, A Condordance to the Septuagint and the Other Greek Versions of the Old Testament (Including the Apocryphal Books), 3 vols. , Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1983) [hereafter HR]; Henry Barclay Swete, An Introduction to the Old Testament in Greek, with an Appendix by Henry St.