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Textual Criticism and the Old Testament. Extant Manuscripts.

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1 Textual Criticism and the Old Testament

2 Extant Manuscripts

3 Cairo Codex (~895 AD)

4 Extant Manuscripts Cairo Codex (~895 AD) Codex of the Prophets of Leningrad (~916 AD)

5 Extant Manuscripts Cairo Codex (~895 AD) Codex of the Prophets of Leningrad (~916 AD) Codex Babylonicus Petropalitanus (~1008 AD)

6 Extant Manuscripts Cairo Codex (~895 AD) Codex of the Prophets of Leningrad (~916 AD) Codex Babylonicus Petropalitanus (~1008 AD) Aleppo Codex (~900 AD)

7 Jewish Textual Transmission

8 Sopherim (5 th – 3 rd c. BC)

9 Jewish Textual Transmission Sopherim (5 th – 3 rd c. BC) Zugoth (2 nd – 1 st c. BC)

10 Jewish Textual Transmission Sopherim (5 th – 3 rd c. BC) Zugoth (2 nd – 1 st c. BC) Tannaim (?-200 AD)

11 Jewish Textual Transmission Sopherim (5 th – 3 rd c. BC) Zugoth (2 nd – 1 st c. BC) Tannaim (?-200 AD) Talmudists ( AD)

12 Jewish Textual Transmission Sopherim (5 th – 3 rd c. BC) Zugoth (2 nd – 1 st c. BC) Tannaim (?-200 AD) Talmudists ( AD) Masoretes ( AD)

13 Further Manuscript Evidence

14 Cairo Geniza (1890s)

15 Further Manuscript Evidence Cairo Geniza (1890s) Dead Sea Scrolls (1947+)

16 Further Manuscript Evidence Cairo Geniza (1890s) Dead Sea Scrolls (1947+) Non-Hebrew Manuscripts

17 Further Manuscript Evidence Cairo Geniza (1890s) Dead Sea Scrolls (1947+) Non-Hebrew Manuscripts – Septuagint

18 Further Manuscript Evidence Cairo Geniza (1890s) Dead Sea Scrolls (1947+) Non-Hebrew Manuscripts – Septuagint – Samaritan Pentateuch


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