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(1.00)(Gen 35:27)

tn The name “Kiriath Arba” is in apposition to the preceding name, “Mamre.”

(0.65)(Deu 11:30)

tc The MT plural &#8220;oaks&#8221; (<font face="Galaxie Unicode Hebrew">&#1488;&#1461;&#1500;&#1493;&#1465;&#1504;&#1461;&#1497;font>, &#8217;<font face="Scholar">eloneyfont>) should probably be altered (with many Greek texts) to the singular &#8220;oak&#8221; (<font face="Galaxie Unicode Hebrew">&#1488;&#1461;&#1500;&#1493;&#1465;&#1503;font>, &#8217;<font face="Scholar">elonfont>; cf. NRSV) in line with the only other occurrence of the phrase (Gen 12:6). The Syriac, <i>Tg. Ps.-J.i> read <font face="Scholar">mmr&#225;font>, confusing this place with the &#8220;oaks of Mamre&#8221; near Hebron (Gen 13:18). Smr also appears to confuse &#8220;Moreh&#8221; with &#8220;Mamre&#8221; (reading <font face="Scholar">mwrfont>&#8217;, a combined form), adding the clarification <font face="Scholar">mwl shkmfont> (&#8220;near Shechem&#8221;) apparently to distinguish it from Mamre near Hebron.

(0.63)(Gen 14:13)

tn <i>Hebi> &#8220;possessors of a treaty with.&#8221; Since it is likely that the qualifying statement refers to all three (Mamre, Eshcol, and Aner) the words &#8220;all these&#8221; have been supplied in the translation to make this clear.