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The type of phonological changes that occurred in Biblical Hebrew before it was standardized in the MT may be illustrated from English. ' Because the older form occurs in poetry (and is in fact preserved in poetic usage long after it has disappeared from speech), readers can easily reconstruct its shape, even if they are ignorant of the historical development of the word. c Hebrew phonology shows two changes for which the MT provides late evidence. One affects original short a in word-initial closed syllables; in the MT a in such a position has shifted to i but at the time of the LXX the shift had not occurred.
The oldest manuscripts from Qumran are dated by F. M. ; Cross, "The Oldest Manuscripts from Qumran," Journal of Biblical Literature 74 (1955) 147–72; more narrowly he would date the oldest manuscripts between 275 and 225. 46. See J. Pritchard, Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament (Princeton: Princeton University, 1969) 205–6, 660, 178–80. 47. W. F. Albright, From the Stone Age to Christianity (Garden City, New York: Doubleday/ Anchor, 1957) 78–79. 48. Kitchen, Ancient Orient and Old Testament, 140.
67. M. H. Goshen-Gottstein, "The Aleppo Codex and the Rise of the Massoretic Bible Text," Biblical Archaeologist 42 (1979) 145–63. , text and a full set of correct notes, except for the places where it is damaged (p. 148); due to the complexity of the Masoretic annotations, it stands out as "the only manuscript of the enrire massoretic Bible in which the correspondence between text and massoretic notation is practically perfect" (p. 149). 68. The Leningrad Codex is the basis for both Biblia Hebraica3, ed.
An introduction to biblical Hebrew syntax by Bruce K Waltke; Michael Patrick O'Connor