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The Philistines: Their History and Civilization von Macalister, R. A. S. (eBook)

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The Philistines: Their History and Civilization

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The Philistines: Their History and Civilization

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1:1 IN AMOS IX. 7 and in the Kethibh of 1 Chron. xiv. 10. The almost uniform rendering of the Greek version ( s mi) seems rather to favour this orthography. The spelling of the first syllable, , shows, however, that the modern punctuation with the shva is of later growth, and that in the time of the Greek translation the pronunciation still approximated rather to the form of the name as it appears in Egyptian monuments (Purasati).

2:1 Réflexions critiques sur l'origine, l'histoire et la succession des anciens peuples (1747), ii. 254.

2:2 F. Hitzig, Urgeschichte and Mythologie der Philister , Leipzig, 1845.

2:3 Gesenius, Thesaurus , s.v.

2:4 Movers, Untersuchungen über die Religion and die Gottheiten der Phönizier (1841), vol. i, p. 9.

2:5 Except ( a ) in the Hexateuch, where it is always transliterated s mi, sometimes s mi or s mi; ( b ) in Judges x. 6, 7, 11, xiii. 1, 5, xiv. 2, where again we find the word transliterated: in some important MSS. however, including Codex Alexandrinus, phi , is used in these passages; ( c ) in Isa. ix. 11 (English ix. 12, where we find the curious rendering ni , possibly indicating a variant reading in the text that lay before the translators.

3:1 Die alttest. Namen der Bevölkerung , p. 4; adopted by Arnold in Ersch and Gruber's Encyclopaedia , s. v. Philister .

4:1 Namely Joshua xiii. 2; 1 Sam. iv. 7, vii. 12, xiii. 20, xvii. 51, 52; 2 Sam. v. 19, xxi. 12, 17; 1 Chron. xi. 13; 2 Chron. xxi. 16.

4:2 For fuller particulars see Skinner's Commentary on Genesis (pp. 200-214). Sayce finds Caphtor and Kasluhet on an inscription at Kom Ombo: see Hastings's Dictionary , s. v. Caphtor; and Man, 1903, No. 77. But see also Hall's criticisms, ib. No. 92.

6:1 Such are , thth , th , th , beta , beta , mi , thth , th , th , th , thth , th , th , th , thth , , , th , th , , thth , th ni, , , th , th , th , , thth , pi , beta , mi , th, thth . The Pelethites appear under equally strange guises: , , , , , thth , thth , thth , th , thth , pi , , phi , phi th , phi thth , phi th , phi thth , pi th , pi th ni, pi , beta , th th , .

6:2 Cornill, Das Buch des Proph. Ezek. p. 368, followed by Toy, Ezekiel (in Sacred Books of O. T.), p. 88.

6:3 Possibly the instinct for triliteralism may also have been instrumental in the evolution of this form.

6:4 It is given in Lakemacher, Observationes Philologicae (1729), ii. 38, and revived by Ewald in his Kritische Grammatik der hehrläischen Sprache (1827), p. 297.

6:5 Hdt. ii. 128.

7:1 The Greek version has th in the first of these passages, in the others with a number of varieties of spelling, , ni, &c., all of them showing o as the first vowel.

7:2 Journal of the British School at Athens , viii (1901-2), p. 157.

8:1 The name of this chieftain's land is mutilated ( tyn'y ). Mr. Hall ( op. cit. p. 167, Oldest Civilisation of Greece , p. 163) restores Yantanay , and renders 'Cyprus'. W. Max Müller compares with this name the word Adinai , found in the List of Keftian names given on p. 10.

8:2 For these tombs see Hall, British School at Athens , vol. x (1903-4), p. 154, and Proc. Soc. Bib. Arch. xxxi, Plate XVI [Sen-mut]; Wilkinson, Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians , i, Plate II, A . [Rekhmara]; Virey, Mémoires de la mission en Caire , v, p. 7 [Rekhmara], p. 197 ff [Me

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