Tony Pyles Posted January 7, 2015 Share Posted January 7, 2015 Beginning with Ps 3 we get superscriptions, yay! It is immediately interesting to me that לדוד is rendered as a dative construction, τῷ δαυιδ. I wondered if that was always the case, so I played around with MT-LXX. Looks like the answer is no, but almost… Pss 26–28[OG 25–27], 37 have a corresponding genitive construction, τοῦ δαυιδ. (So does 132, but it isn't actually part of the superscription.) 122, 124 have no counterpart to לדוד (but cf. the apparatus—they have τω δαυι(ε)δ in Sinaiticus). Here's how I have the search set up in MT-LXX (with Show Text As paragraphs, Add Titles): 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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