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Each numeration has its defects; neither is preferable to the other. The variance between Massorah and Septuagint texts in this numeration is likely enough due to a gradual neglect of the original poetic form of the Psalms; such neglect was occasioned by liturgical uses and carelessness of copyists.
It is admitted by all that Pss. On the other hand Ps. The Hebrew text is correct in counting as one Ps. Later liturgical usage would seem to have split up these and not a few other psalms. A choral ode would seem to have been the original form of Pss. The two strophes and the epode are Ps.
It is noteworthy that, on the breaking up of the original ode, each portion crept twice into the Psalter: Other such duplicated psalms are Ps.
This loss of the original form of some of the psalms is allowed by the Biblical Commission 1 May, to have been due to liturgical uses, neglect of copyists, or other causes.
Division The Psalter is divided into five books. Each book, save the last, ends with a doxology. These liturgical forms differ slightly.
All agree that the doxologies at the end of the first three books have nothing to do with the original songs to which they have been appended.
Some consider that the fourth doxology was always a part of Ps. Kirkpatrick, "Psalms", IV and V, p. We prefer, with Zenner-Wiesmann op.
The fifth book has no need of an appended doxology. The five books of the Psalter are made up as follows: In the Massoretic text, the doxology is immediately followed by an ordinal adjective indicating the number of the succeeding book; not so in the Septuagint and Vulgate.
This division of the Psalter into five parts belongs to early Jewish tradition. The Midrash on Psalm 1 tells us that David gave to the Jews five books of psalms to correspond to the five books of the Law given them by Moses. This tradition was accepted by the early Fathers.
Hippolytusin the doubtful fragment already referred to, calls the Psalter and its five books a second Pentateuch ed. Jerome defends the division in his important "Prologus Galeatus" P. Writing to Marcella P.
He, however, contradicts this statement in his letter to Sophronius P. Titles In the Hebrew Psalterall the psalms, save thirty-four, have either simple or rather complex titles. The Septuagint and Vulgate supply titles to most of the thirty-four psalms that lack Hebrew titles.
These latter, called "orphan psalms" by Jewish tradition, are thus distributed in the five books of the Psalter: I, iii, x, xxxiii [i, iii, ix bxxxii]. Of these, all have titles in the Septuagint and Vulgate.
Meaning of titles These titles tell us one or more of five things about the psalms: I has four anonymous psalms out of the forty-one Pss. The other thirty-seven are Davidic. I and ii are prefatory to the entire collection. II has three anonymous psalms out of the thirty-one Pss.
Of these, eight Pss.
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