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Note also Ps. 21. 10. Cf. Deuterojesaja. 11. Cf. E. Spykerboer, The Structure and Composition of DeuteroIsaiah (Meppel: Krips Repro, 1976), p. 44. D. Mettinger, 'The Elimination of a Crux? A Syntactic and Semantic Study of Isaiah XL 18-20', Studies on Prophecy (VTSup, 26; Leiden: Brill, 1974), p. 80, who translates 'plates'. 54 Second Temple Studies Karl Meuli12 has collected considerable data. Most of the examples are Greek and Roman, though undoubtedly older cultic forms and traditions are represented.
R. Merkelbach, 'Gefesselte Cotter', Antaios,XE (ed. M. Eliade and E. Jiinger; Stuttgart: Klett, 1971), pp. 549-65. 13. Plato, Meno 97c-e (trans. M. It is because you have not observed with attention the images of Daedalus. But perhaps there are none in your country. Meno: What is the point of your remark? : That if they are not fastened up they play truant and run away; but, if fastened, they stay where they are. : Well, what of that? : To possess one of his works which is let loose does not count for much in value; it will not stay with you any more than a runaway slave: but when fastened up it is worth a great deal, for his productions are very fine things.
As a CARROLL So What Do We Know about the Temple? 39 city that once had a temple, that perhaps has a temple, and that may yet have a temple—the once and future temple—Jerusaleam is easily described as YHWH's holy mountain. But such rhetoric of holiness tells us absolutely nothing about the temple, be it first, second or third. From the sixth century BCE to the first century CE (and on down the centuries to this day) such rhetoric is at home (see the appropriated and transformed temple language in the New Testament, especially in the Fourth Gospel, some of the writings of Paul, and the Apocalypse) without specificity of focus or reference.