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2, 1.4, 17, read w t bdt for w t bd as the dependent subject mlth is feminine (already suggested by Goshen-Gottstein 1973, 84; this important work was not consulted by the author and is missing from the bibliography); 1.10, restoration should be hwtr
dgw[z] instead of hwtr
dgw[z ] (see the remarks by Goshen-Gottstein 1973, 84), since in CPA both parts of the genitive construction can be in the absolute state, in contrast to the general rule of Aramaic where the genitive requires the emphatic state.
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