From: Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jun 26 2001 - 08:05:09 EDT
At 8:38 PM +1000 6/26/01, Trudey N Santos wrote:
>Subject: Psalms 3:3 in Septuagint
>From: "Jack Garnier" <email@example.com>
>Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2001 12:00:18 -0700
>SU DE RURIE ANTILHMPTWR MOU EI DOXA MOU KAI UPSWN THN KEFALHN MOU
>I looked up ANTILHMPTWR in the LSJ at Perseus, and nothing. I did a
>backward search of "sheild" and found 102 entries, but this word was not
>among them. Can anyone give me an analysis of this word?
> Joseph Garnier
> Port Orchard WA
>Have the very large paper edition of LSJ at hand courtesy my university.
>There is an entry for ANTILHMPTWR which says see ANTILH-PTWR. This is under
>ANTI-LHPTEOV entry, says 'helper, protector' giving LXX reference 2 Kingss
>22:3. It also says that ANTILHMPTWR is later.
>Hope this helpful and no-one has already given the same information.
It is true that the form ANTILHMPTWR is later than ANTILHPTWR; I think it
may be worth noting that in this instance--and probably in others also--the
root of compounded verbs in -ANW that commonly take presents with a nasal
infix (e.g., TUGCANW from TUC, LAMBANW from LAB, MANQANW from MAQ) for the
purpose of forming agent and action nouns was drawn from the present-stem
with its nasal infix; hence PROSWPOLHMPTHS, PROSWPOLHMYIS, PROSWPOLHMPTEW.
And just as ANTILHMPTWR is a later formm of ANTILHPTWR, so also is
ANTILHMYIS a later form of ANTILHYIS.
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics/Washington University
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