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The Name of Samuel and the Stem שאל

Morris Jastrow, Jr.
Journal of Biblical Literature
Vol. 19, No. 1 (1900), pp. 82-105
DOI: 10.2307/3259073
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3259073
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Sachau in Ausgrabungen in Sendscherli, p. 65
    • Radau, Early Babylonian History, p. 15
  • 2
    I Sam. $I^{17. 20. 27. 28}$ $2^20$.
  • 3
    Commentary on I Samuel in Kurzgefasstes exegeiisches Handbuch, p. 7, and 3d ed., p. 9.
  • 5
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Reuss in his great translation and commentary on the Bible, La Bible, vol. I. p. 235
    • Cook, Glossary oftthe Aramaic Inscriptions (Oxford, 1898), p. 115, still follows this opinion
  • 6
    H. P. Smith, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Books of Samuel, in International Critical Com- mentary, New York, 1899, p. 13
  • 7
    Altoriental. Forsckungen, II. p. 85.
  • 8
    SBOT. (ed. Haupt), Part 8.
  • 9
    R. V. "granted," which is by no means an improvement upon the older version.
  • 10
    R. V. "he is granted."
  • 12
    Authorized and Revised Versions, "loan."
  • 13
    Authorized Version, "is."
  • 14
    Kurzgef;zsstes exeg. Handbuch, Exodus, p. I 18.
  • 15
    e. " plundered the country."
  • 16
    So the Septuagint and Vulgate.
  • 17
    H. P. Smith, Samuel, p. 13 sq. Kautzsch, Die Heilige Schrifl, p. 282
  • 18
    Text der Bücher Sainuelis, p. 46.
  • 19
    Kautzsch, Heilig'e Schrift, notes, p. 8
  • 20
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • SBOT., Part 8
    • note, p. 54
    • Smith, p. 19
  • 21
    above, p. 86
  • 22
    Bücher Samuelis und Klnige, p. 7.
  • 23
    Notes on the Books of Samuel, p. 25.
  • 26
    Benzinger, Ilebr. Archeologie, pp. 407-408.
  • 28
    Parallel passage, I Chron. $14^{10.14}$.
  • 29
    Is. $8^19$
  • 31
    A reference to a species of teraphim cult.
  • 32
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Wellhausen, Text der Biicier Samuelis, pp. 207, 208
    • Budde, SBOT., p. 96
  • 33
    Revue des Etudes Juives, XXXII. pp. 56-62.
  • 34
    4smM 4vin m'riMw.
  • 35
    Hardly 'discussions,' as Mendelssohn proposes as an alternative to ' obser- vations.'
  • 36
    Jastrow, Religion ofBabylonia and Assyria, p. 268
  • 37
    2 Ki. $23^24$ Lev. $19^31$ $20^6$ $20^27$ I Sam. $28^3$
  • 38
    So even in the latest commentary by Driver, Deuteronomy, p. 225.
  • 39
    I Chr. $10^13$
  • 40
    Skizzen und Vorarbeilen, vol. V.
  • 41
    Taking as a compound term.
  • 42
    Renan, Histoire du Peuple d'fsrael, II., p. 519.
  • 43
    As against
  • 44
    Cuneifbrm Texts of the Blritishz Museum projected and at first edited by H. C. Rawlinson is designated by the letter R
  • 47
    Kosmologie der Babylonier, p. 438.
  • 48
    Bezold, Tell-el-Amarna Tablets, No. 5, obv. 26.
  • 49
    Zimmern, Beiträge zur Babjylon. Religion, II. p. 86
  • 50
    Assyrisckes Handwörtrerbuck, 646 b, Shitultu, Delitzsch, 633.
  • 51
    Ib. p. 634 a.
  • 52
    Relative particle.
  • 53
    God.'
  • 54
    Delitzsch, Assyr. Gram. § 68.
  • 55
    II. R. 5, rev. 10 c-d.
  • 56
    Am. Journal of Semitic Languages, vol. XV., p. 31
  • 58
    Assyrische Gebete an den Sonnengolt, etc. (Leipzig, 1893).
  • 59
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Zeits. f. Assyr., IV., pp. 26-38
    • Zimmern, ZA., V., p. 88 note
  • 60
    I.e. the priests.
  • 61
    passages in Delitzsch's Assyrisches Wörtlerbuckz, p. 633 b
  • 62
    Jud. $17^19$
  • 63
    above, p. 85
  • 64
    Stade, Heb. Gram., p. 160 b
  • 65
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • I Sam. $3^{19-21}$ $7^8$
    • interesting allusion, Ps. $99^6$
  • 66
    can be used in this way as well as
  • 67
    Olshausen, Lehrbuclz der Hebräischen Sprachze, § 245 note.
  • 68
    In Arabic makaâm is a 'chapel.'
  • 69
    above, p. 83
  • 70
    "Yahweh has seen my affliction " (Gen. $29^32$).
  • 71
    Gen. $30^11$. The K'ri is an attempt to clear up the mystery.
  • 72
    Gen. $58^18$.
  • 73
    Delitzsch's Assyr. Gram., p. 44
  • 74
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • The American Hebrew, March 16, 1900
    • Arabic form Samwil in Aeby Samwil
    • Smith's Samuel, p. 5
  • 75
    and
  • 76
    Strassmaier's Babylonische Texte and to Peiser's Keilschriftlicke Aktenstücke, Babylonische Verträge des Berliner Museums, etc
  • 77
    V. R. 23, 29 d.
  • 78
    ukin, iddin, usur, liskir, etc.
  • 79
    la is not the suffix of the first person, but an emphatic afformative.
  • 80
    Kautzsch, Die heillge Sckrifl renders correctly "N'ach/konllmen."
  • 81
    E.g. Deut. $7^24$
  • 82
    Cook, Glossary of Aramaic Inscrit- lions, p. I 14
  • 84
    This reference contains 10 citations:
    • According to Winckler, Geschichke Israels, p. 130
    • Shumu-la-ilu
    • Whether, however, Hommel, AltisraeLitische Überlieferung, p. 98
    • Hommel, ib., p. 71
    • Pinches, PSBA., XXI., p. 161
    • Strassmaier, Darnzistexte, No. 265. 9
    • Kohler and Peiser, Studien zumn BablL. echtswesen, IV., pp. 6 and 30
    • de Vogue, La Syrie Centrale, No. 65. 2
    • Halévy, in Revue Semitique, II., p. 214
    • Derenbourg, Géo- graphie du 'Talmud, I., pp. 22 and 224