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The aim of this paintings is to figure out where of the e-book of Ezekiel within the historical past of the Hebrew language, in particular in dating to the canonical books of the Hebrew Bible. The Hebrew of Ezekiel includes grammatical and lexical positive aspects which are attribute of the postexilic and postbiblical sessions, and will hence be amazing from past Hebrew works of the classical interval. It doesn't, even though, include as a lot overdue Hebrew as different canonical books deemed to be overdue. The e-book of Ezekiel may still hence be considered as the consultant mediating hyperlink among pre-exilic and postexilic Biblical Hebrew.

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Substantive occurs before the numeral and in the plural. A13. Increased use of the infinitive construct with *7. Bl. Order of material weighed or measured + its weight or measurement. 36 Biblical Hebrew in Transition B2. *? is often the mark of the accusative. B3. | in the preposition | D is often not assimilated before a no out an article. B4. Use of *7 emphatic before the last element of a list. B5. D "• 31 used attributively before the substantive. Useof V la. On the basis of these LBH features Polzin analyzed samplings from JE and Dtr as well as the CH of 2 Samuel/1 Kings.

While it is true that within the body of material Polzin has labelled Ps there is a strong tendency for the substantive to precede the number, it is also true that close to 90%2 of his examples comes from the list of Numbers 7. 3 Another instance in which Polzin has misinterpreted the evidence occurs in Bl, again involving his 1. Hebrew, 58. 2. Moreover, thirty-six of the forty-five attestations can be accounted for in the phrase H U f R H mitt ^3 d^UI^D flUJfln DmnH ilUfnn D^X. 83. 3. GKC § 134 c, 432; Hurvitz, Linguistic Study, 167; and Rendsburg, 'Late Biblical Hebrew and the Date of "P" ,' 71.

2) would be harmonious with LBH, given the one occurrence of this feature in Chronicles. 46 Biblical Hebrew in Transition A2. 6 occurrences per 1000 vss Most of the occurrences of this phenomenon occur in the book of Ezekiel. Ezekiel demonstrates this feature more than any other source and to a greater frequency than the Chronicler, but less than N2. A4. 3% Ezek 9 out of 1038 90% A5. 11 which has a double subject. 38. See discussion in Chapter 5. 3. 41 occurrences per 1000 vss39 47 A6. 83 inf. ab.

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