Nowack (2nd ed., 1905), K.
P. 134, footnote I; Nowack, Heb.
Wright (1883); Nowack, revision of Hitzig (1883); Volck (in Strack u.
(i)The first of these, represented by Giesebrecht,' Nowack and Wellhausen, refers i.
References to earlier literature will be found in the following noteworthy studies of recent date: Davidson, "Nahum, Habakkuk and Zephaniah," in Cambridge Bible (1896); Nowack, Die kleinen Propheten (Hdkr.) (1897); Wellhausen, Die kleinen Propheten (1898); G.
Nowack and Marti should also be consulted (see their respective series of commentaries); also G.
- xiv., Driver (following Nowack) accepts the fourfold division indicated above (" Four anonymous Prophecies, perhaps the work of four distinct Prophets," op. cit., p. 2 35).
With this Driver provisionally agrees, whilst Nowack thinks no more can be said than that (I) belongs to the Greek and (2) - (4) to the postexilic period in general.
- Nowack, Die Kleinen Propheten (1897; ed.
Iv., pp. 967-970) (1902), by Nowack, is a reproduction from his work cited above; the article in the Ency.
In its present form, however, it has been incorporated in a prophecy against Judah, belonging, most probably, to the years 705-701, when a new Palestinian rising provoked Sennacherib's campaign of 701 (Nowack; cf.
Nowack thinks that iv.
- The chief modern commentaries are those of Nowack (Die Kleinen Propheten, 1897; 2nd ed., 1904) and Marti (Dodekapropheton, 1904), where detailed references to the older literature may be found; cf.
I., in The Expositor's Bible, 1896); also to the articles on "Micah" by Nowack in Hastings's Did.
- NOWaCk, Die kleinen Propheten (1897; 2nd ed., 1904); Wellhausen, id.
The German commentaries on the Minor Prophets by Nowack (2nd ed., 1903) and (especially) Marti (1904) must not, however, be neglected.
Wellhausen, Nowack, Marti and Harper, as well as others, have denied the genuineness of the concluding verses in Amos, viz.
9-15 as a later addition, and the same view is held by Nowack, Harper and others respecting Hos.
Nowack, Handkommentar (1902); and (with special reference to traces of earlier mythological motives) H.Winckler, Altorient.
Nowack and I.
The public buildings include the Roman Catholic pro-cathedral, erected by the 3rd marquis of Bute, the county 1 Wellhausen and Nowack regard vv.
Ed., 1894); Nowack (revision of Bertheau) in Kurzgefasst exeg.