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On pi form see LW1, 178, and cf ibid 218. Note that nriDntP Oip^nx translates defensor civitatis, which in turn corresponds to SKSIKOQ. See Mason 42a; Berger 428a; Jones, The Greek City, Oxford 1940, 151. CGL 3, 276 : 23 EKSIKOQ uindex; ibid480a: defensor iKSiKoq. Wartski, Leshon ha-Midrashim 191. Syr: Dip*™, PnS 23, Bruns-Sachau 14 , 24 , Bar Bahlul 23. 8 15 O f l W T B i K ( 9 ) j u d i c i a l a s s e m b l y : dyopd B G i t 8 8 b (line 2 2 ) : naw nnb pprnV *otti nnx ( + pi t e r m ) nWHtlK *n n n X W D I p D b'D H&IX pDIB " 1 rPH DiPrTO D"tfX ^''nDID, R .
3 9 : KW0DK. (2) G e n R 9 7 . 2 , 1 2 4 1 : too rmn , r r . v m n na . m a t a n p 1 7 mataV Tiaa pVnV V w a ,*lDTlp n a v o a x [tan] p rrt> •''Xp, H e rereived a p o s i t i o n (of h o n o u r ) from t h e i m p e r i a l a u t h o r i t y . W h e n h e w o u l d c o m e h o m e , his g r a n d f a t h e r w o u l d s t a n d u p before h i m , t o p a y r e s p e c t t o t h e i m p e r i a l a u t h o r i t y . See KraussPR 116. On meaning (1), see MM 5 la sv dfyko; Deissmann, Bible Studies, 1901, 92-93.