HR passed it to upper management.
By means of this evidence we are able to prove not only that our book is from a Hebrew original, but that also the Hebrew existed in two recensions, H a and HR, which are the parents respectively of a and (3 (see diagram above).
A couple of the many passages in which the variations in a and /3 are due to variations in H a and HR will now be given.
H a and HR, however, differed mainly from each other in words and phrases, as we infer from a and 1 3.
Notwithstanding these however, the great similarities between a and, 3 oblige us to assume that the translator of HR used the Greek version of H a, or vice versa.
Hr ' ?.'
Baur.) Anthracosia; Carboniferous and br, hr', Outer and inner gillPermian.
Face hr thor) br ~bri -~~- eye ir.t (yori.t) Ir ~ mouth r (ro) r r _..~ forearm .(ei)