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DIE ANGEBLICHEN MOSAISCHEN INSCHRIFTEN VOM SINAI

Joh. B. Schaumberger
Biblica
Vol. 6, No. 1 (1925), pp. 26-49
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42613260
Page Count: 24
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DIE ANGEBLICHEN MOSAISCHEN INSCHRIFTEN VOM SINAI
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Abstract

I. Prope fodinas Sinaiticas Aegyptiorum Flinders Pétrie anno 1904/5 invenit inscriptiones litteris alphabeticis vetustissimis exaratas, quas post varia aliorum tentamina Hubertus Grimme nuper interpretan conatus est. II. Censet Grimme, Alphabetum istarum inscripiionum ortum duxisse a signis Aegyptiacis hieraticis. Quarundam litterarum nexus cum signis Aegyptiacis (hieroglyphicis vel hieraticis) certus videtur, aliarum ortus nondum perspicitur. III. Discutiuntur inscriptiones singulae. Sphinx leonina (Ν. 346) videtur consecrata esse Deae Hathor-Ba'alat sub regina Hatsepsut (1501-1480). Statua viri sedentis (N. 346) inscripta dicitur nomine השנפ (Manasse), quod recurrere videtur in tabulis saxeis N. 350 et 353, quae tabula 353 nomen Ioseph continere dicitur. Singularis prorsus momenti est tabula 349, si recta est interpretado proposita. Vir scilicet Hatsepsut-Mose, praefectus fodinarum Sinaiticarum et templi Iahu, ibi gratias agere dicitur Hatsepsut reginae (Pharaonis Thutmosis I filiae)» quia se extraxerit e Nilo (דאז). — Ast, cum apud lob 28, 10 דאז significare videatur, melius dixeris, virum istum narrare, se e fodina extractum seu a durissimo fossorum opere liberatum esse. Ceterum lectiones nominum Iahu et Mose sunt incertissimae. IV. Conclusiones. Unde corruunt hypotheses, quod Patriarchae Deum Aegyptiorum Sapdu sub nomine Iahu coluerint, et quod Hatsepsut-M ose (simulque Manasse) inscriptionum nostrarum idem sit ac Moyses Legislator populi Israel. Attamen non negatur, inscriptiones magni esse momenti, cum sint ceteris, quas novimus, inscriptionibus alphabeticis antiquiores, aetatique Mosaicae satis vicinae.

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