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  1. Is there a way to search for locations where (for example) "of God" has been added to "kingdom"? (I am trying to work out where i found this variant). I guess I want to search for "βασιλεια [του θεου]", but the brackets are special characters in the search box. I know I can find it by searching for "βασιλεία ο θεός" and scanning the results, but I wonder if there is an easier way?
  2. theblackbluejay

    DSSB Variants searching difficulty

    Hi Everyone, This is probably a stupid question. I am writing a paper on the shape of the text of Amos as attested at Qumran, and I'm having difficulty with the DSSB Variants module. I can search for variants by mss number with no problem, but for some reason, the module will not let me search via scripture reference, even when I know that such a reference and variant is listed in the module. (See an example in the attached screenshot). I feel like I am just overlooking something rather elementary. But if anyone has any insight, I would appreciate it. Thanks! David
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