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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:53170
Doc. No:TL23124
Call number:‭3172659‬
Main Entry:Ishwaran Balasubramaniam Mudliar
Title & Author:A textual study of the Book of MalachiIshwaran Balasubramaniam Mudliar
College:The Johns Hopkins University
Date:2005
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2005
Page No:219
Abstract:This dissertation is a text-critical study of the ancient Hebrew and Greek texts of Malachi. Malachi contains 55 verses which are divided into three Hebrew chapters (four chapters in English of the same number of verses). The Hebrew texts consulted are the Masoretic Text B19a (Codex Leningradensis) as printed in Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia and 4QXIIa as printed in the Discoveries in the Judean Desert series. For Greek, the Old Greek is published in Joseph Ziegler's edition of the Twelve Prophets in the Septuaginta: Vetus Testamentum Graecum Auctoritate Societatis Litterarum Gottingensis editum . This undertaking does not concentrate on other matters such as historical background, archaeology, theology, intertextuality, grammar, syntax, and the like. These matters and interpretations are discussed only when necessary to determine the best reading. The approach taken is stemmatic, that is, the merits of each variant for a given passage are weighed according to established text-critical principles. The basic principle is to isolate that reading from which the others are derived. By using this methodology, the intention is to determine the most ancient form of the text of Malachi by going verse by verse and variant by variant. There remain some doubts on the best reading of various passages in the text of Malachi. Since the publication of the Qumran text 4QXIIa, a comprehensive analysis of the variants in Malachi has yet to be made. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to offer a new evaluation of each variant between the Hebrew and Greek texts of the whole book of Malachi. In sum, it was found that when the major witnesses diverge, the MT contains the highest number of original readings. The OG appears to have a Vorlage close to the MT and 4QXIIa agrees with the MT more often than with the OG.
Subject:Philosophy, religion and theology; Greek; Hebrew; Malachi; Masoretic text; Textual study; Bible; 0321:Bible
Added Entry:P. K. McCarter
Added Entry:The Johns Hopkins University