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2. H. Gunkel, Ausgewählte Psalmen (Göttingen, 1904) 192–93; idem, Die Psalmen (HKAT; Göttingen, 1926) 580. 3. H. Schmidt, Die Psalmen (HAT; Tübingen, 1934) 242. 4. Similarity of construction has been pointed out by J. Jeremias, “Lade und Zion,” in Probleme biblischer Theologie: Festschrift G. von Rad (ed. H. W. Wolˆ; Munich, 1971) 189–92. 5. In Psalms 125, 126, 128, 129, 132, 133, and 134, Zion is mentioned; in Psalms 122, 125, and 128, Jerusalem; and Psalms 127, 132, and 134 refer to the Temple.

Pp. 140– 43 in Jewish Law and Decision-Making: A Study through Time. Edited by Aaron M. Schreiber. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. [Abridged version of no. 18]. [See no. 224] 138. ” Pp. 143–50 in Jewish Law and Decision-Making: A Study through Time. Edited by Aaron M. Schreiber. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. [Abridged version of no. 22] 139. “The Meaning and Location of the ‘Lookout’ Passage in Ezek. ” Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 46– 47 (Jubilee volume): English section, 265–80.

Wmys layrwa 137. ” Pp. 140– 43 in Jewish Law and Decision-Making: A Study through Time. Edited by Aaron M. Schreiber. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. [Abridged version of no. 18]. [See no. 224] 138. ” Pp. 143–50 in Jewish Law and Decision-Making: A Study through Time. Edited by Aaron M. Schreiber. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. [Abridged version of no. 22] 139. “The Meaning and Location of the ‘Lookout’ Passage in Ezek. ” Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 46– 47 (Jubilee volume): English section, 265–80.

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