<p style='text-align: justify;'>Masora to Hosea 9:15 to Amos 2:9 and Proverbs 5:20-11:31. The masora is predominantly Tiberian in content, though also including notes from the Babylonian tradition. The terminology used is predominantly Tiberian, though with frequent use of the Babylonian terms דק and של alongside their Tiberian counterparts. Yeivin (1968, 158) notes that (in the masora to the Prophets, but not Proverbs) in addition to noting differences between the Eastern and the Western Masoretes regarding the consonantal text, this fragment also notes differences in vocalisation between the two traditions.</p>
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