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602 THE JEWISH QUARTERLY REVIEW
ZU J.Q.R., XV, S. 637, Z. i.
BtO geh6rt nicht zu J"DK>, sondern zum vorhergehenden Worte,
als Abktirzung von J1SPJO. Also : PBtn nD3 t^ra, d. h. im Monate
Gumada I (G.-alawwal). Damit entf&llt die Bemerkung, welehe
Rev. G. Margoliouth an die angebliche Angabe JW Btn (" Neujahr ")
kniipft. Die Angabe HIND H3DE>1 B'JQtn JOIN rot? nach dem ara-
bischen Monatsnamen ist ebenso stylisirt, wie die auf S. 636, Z. 9 :
rut? niNO njDc?i sat? rw 5>sw anna.
NOTE TO J.Q.R., XVI, P. 392, L. 25.
The original discovery of the first fragment of the Hebrew Ben Sira
was made, as is well known, by Prof. Scheehter. Dr. Neubauer's
discovery of further fragments came later.