Isaiah 1-12 as Written and Read in Antiquity

Volumes published (continued)

Volume 9

Marjo C.A. Korpel, and Paul Sanders (eds),
Textual Boundaries inthe Bible: Their Impact on Interpretation,
Leuven: Peters, 2017

In this volumes the papers of both the meetings in Amsterdam (2012) and Leipzig (2013) have been published.




Wido Th. van Peursen, Delimitation Markers, Chapter Division, Syntax and Literary Structure: The Case of Genesis 37:1-2
Lénart de Regt}, Criteria for Paragraph Delimitation in Modern Translations: The Case of Numbers 16


Eveline van Staalduine-Sulman, Petuḥot andSetumot in Masoretic Manuscripts of Samuel
Wim de Bruin, Paragraphing of Isaiah 1:1--2:4 in Modern Bible Translations Compared with Masoretic Hebrew Manuscripts and Other Ancient Text Witnesses
Marjo C.A. Korpel, The Transition between Isaiah 61 and 62
Johannes C. de Moor, The Boundary between Isaiah 63 and 64 in Manuscripts and Bible Translations
Wolfgang Schütte, 2000 Jahre Textgliederung der Hoseaschrift
Johannes C. de Moor, Section Division of Micah 4--5 in Eight Dutch Bibles: Forcing an Interpretation on the Reader by Sectioning


Marjo C.A. Korpel, Paragraphing of Song 1:1--2:8 in Ancient and Modern Traditions
Bob Becking, Ezra 4:6 as an Explanatory Gloss: An Implication from a Search on Paragraphing and Interpretation


Friedrich Gustav Lang, Adam -- Where to Put You? The Place of Romans 5 in the Letter's Composition

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