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«He remembered that they were but flesh, a breath that passes and does not return» (Ps 78, 39)

The Theme of Memory and Forgetting in the Third Book of the Psalter (Pss 73-89)


Marco Pavan

Aimed at identifying the function of the aspects of remembering and forgetting in the Psalter, this opus seeks to offer a lexicographical synthesis of zkr and škḥ in the Psalter and an analysis of their function in Book III (Pss 73-89) and in Ps 78, text in which the notions of remembering and forgetting occupy a relevant role. By doing so, the detailed focus on a particular portion of the Book of Psalms makes it possible to highlight the importance of the theme of memory and that of forgetting in the whole Psalter, both from the point of view of the composition of its global message, and from the point of view of a focused re-reading of the traditions that have to do with the origins of Israel. For its readers the Psalter turns out to be a book about remembrance and for remembrance.
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Appendix B Tables for Chapter II

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There follows a set of tables which summarise the most important lexical links among the psalms of Book III, starting from Ps 79 and ending with Ps 89, as discussed in chapter II1. In each table, the lexemes are listed in alphabetical order2, without distinguishing singular and plural occurrences in a verse.

Tab. 1: Lexical contacts among Pss 79 and 74; 78

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Tab. 2: Lexical contacts among Pss 79 and 73; 77

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