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    • Die messiaanse interpretasie van die psalms in enkele Antiocheense en Oos-Siriese psalmkommentare 

      Van Rooy, Herculaas Frederik (AOSIS, 2011)
      The messianic interpretation of the psalms in a number of Antiochene and East Syriac psalm commentaries The Antiochene exegetes interpreted the psalms against the backdrop of the history of Israel. They reconstructed a ...
    • Esegiël 33 as wentelpunt in die boek van Esegiël 

      Van Rooy, Herculaas Frederik (AOSIS, 2012)
      Ezekiel 33 as pivotal point in the book of Ezekiel. Many scholars regarded Ezekiel as the introduction to the last major part of the book (Ezk 33–48), with references to the first part of the book (Ezk 1–24). Ezekiel 33:1–20 ...
    • Ezekiel 33:12-16 in Papyrus 967 

      Van Rooy, Herculaas Frederik (Unisa Press, 2011)
      P967 has had an important effect on the study of the Greek Ezekiel and the relationship of the original Greek to the Masoretic text. This papyrus is often seen as representing the original Greek, together with the Codex ...
    • The headings of Psalms 73-82 in the commentary of Dionysius Bar Salibi 

      Van Rooy, Herculaas Frederik (Department of Ancient Studies, Stellenbosch University, 2013)
      In 2004 Ryan published a critical edition of Psalms 73-82 in the commentary of Dionysius Bar Salibi. He indicates where Bar Salibi depended on other commentaries, such as the shorter and longer commentaries of Athanasius ...
    • Klaagliedere by Qumran: ’n tweede redaksie? 

      Van Rooy, Herculaas Frederik (AOSIS, 2012)
      The four Qumran manuscripts of Lamentations presented the Hebrew text of the book from a period of about one hundred years before the standardisation of the Hebrew consonantal text. These manuscripts were studied to answer ...
    • A short history of early Hebrew: cases articles, alphabets and some early texts 

      Van Rooy, Herculaas Frederik (Unisa Press, 2011)
      This article discusses some aspects of the early history of Hebrew, in the light of the view still held by many conservative or evangelical scholars that Moses wrote the Pentateuch. Important questions to be answered are ...