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  1. Timothy Jenney

    #89) [INFER] and Search Back

    The latest podcast completes the update of our series on Search Commands. Explore intertextuality with [iNFER] and Search Back!
  2. Interested in finding parallels, quotes, and allusions in the Bible? This podcast is for you!
  3. Willgren

    Search for quotes

    Hello! I would like to know if someone has some way to seach an entire corpus (in this case QUMRAN) for quotes of a specific text. I want to see if 11Q5 18 is quoted somewhere throughout the QUMRAN module, but I am not sure how to do the search. Or if it is even possible. The way I have tried so far is to open a new window and enter the following search code: [RANGE 11Q5 18] <AND>* then open another and enter [RANGE *] <AND> [HITS Qumran 2] -@* Which will allow me to manually scroll through the entire QUMRAN module and look for consecutive black words. But that is very time consuming, and does not show if the consecutive black words in the second window are consecutive in the first, which would be of great significance if one would like to label it as a quote. Does anyone have a less time-consuming idea? Regards, David
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