<p style='text-align: justify;'>Masoretic notes from the Babylonian tradition. Recto: notes on Jeremiah 23:15-36. On verso: notes on Jeremiah 23:36-25:4. The beginning of each verse is indicated by citing the first word of the verse, followed by ר. New parašiyyot are marked with either פת or סת. The locations of these pisqot correspond with those found in both NLR Evr. I B19a (the Leningrad Codex) and the Aleppo Codex, apart from an additional pisqa in T-S D1.4 at Jeremiah 23:37 (סת), not marked in either B19a or the Aleppo Codex. In terms of the type of paraša indicated (petuḥa or setuma), T-S D1.4 corresponds exactly with the Aleppo Codex in all 10 of the parašiyyot shared by both manuscripts, and with 7 out of the 10 parašiyyot shared with B19a. Yeivin (1982: 118-123) transcribes and annotates the entire fragment, and makes further comments regarding the pisqot.</p>
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