Below you will find the synopsis of allusions to Jewish Scripture in the synoptic gospels. The drop-down menus above the table describe the methodology for the table and explain its color scheme and functions. The following introductory and methodological texts were composed by Dr. Phillip Andrew Davis, Jr. The data was put together by Dr. Phillip Andrew Davis, Jr. and Johannes Fröh.

Introduction

The table illustrates the distribution of unmarked allusions to Jewish Scripture in the synoptic double and triple tradition contexts. The information in the present table has been culled from a number of sources (see sub-section below) and is still undergoing review so that it best reflects the definition of allusions we prefer. Thus, the data offered at present is somewhat more wide ranging than is our goal. Sixty-six from the original 262 possible double and triple tradition parallels gathered have been removed – this reckoning counts each instance only once, even if it occurs in all three synoptic parallels.

In our specific approach, an allusion is constituted by at least a phrase from Scripture that has been embedded into the gospel text without an explicit marking. However, limiting allusions to phrases alone can in some cases overlook instances of allusive intertextuality that may be justified on other grounds, such as the addition of biblical place or person names, correspondence of themes or motifs, or the use of several words not making up a phrase. A good example of this is the warning to flee in Mk 13:16 and Lk 17:31-32. Mark includes the phrase ὁ ἐν ἀγρῷ ὁμοίως μὴ ἐπιστρεψάτω εἰς τὰ ὀπίσω, which Luke takes up with a few slight changes. Whereas Mark’s version does not appear allusive, Luke’s context explicitly draws on the story of Sodom and Gomorrah, and Jesus calls upon the audience to remember Lot’s wife. Thus, with Gen 19 in mind, the phrase that had no apparent allusive quality in Mark suddenly evokes in Luke Gen 19:26 ( καὶ ἐπέβλεψεν ἡ γυνὴ αὐτοῦ εἰς τὰ ὀπίσω). Thus, in assessing a proposed allusion, we begin by looking for a scriptural phrase, but if the verbal correspondence is weak, we expect that other connections to a proposed praetext to be stronger in order for the allusion to be accepted. If a gospel text uses phrases that occur frequently in Scripture or in Greco-Roman literature, then there must be some indication that a paricular scriptural text is being alluded to.

The many allusions in the Sondergut (primarily Matthean and Lukan) are for now excluded from the table, as they still need to be proofed (a table with special material nearly doubles the size of the present table). A number of the unique allusions attributed to triple tradition contexts in this table could, however, be viewed as Sondergut (e.g., Luke 3:1-2). But, we only include such cases when the Aland synopsis (15th ed.; Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, 2005) prints them with double or triple tradition parallels.

Sources

In order to build the table, all those citations of Scripture marked by italics in the NA 28 or in bold in Huck and Greeven’s Synopsis of the First Three Gospels (13th ed.; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1981) were noted and then allocated to either the marked quotations table or the allusions table based on the presence or absence of a marking indicating the cited text came from Scripture. The allusions table was significantly expanded by adding to it all of the verbal parallels proposed for the synoptics in Wilhelm Dittmar’s Vetus Testamentum in Novo (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1903). Because Dittmar focuses on verbal parallels and not allusions, his proposals include many phrases typical of the Septuagint, which runs counter to our criteria. Thus many of his proposals have already been removed.

Further proposed allusions found in various secondary works have been added ad hoc, of which the most important was certainly Dale Allison’s The Intertextual Jesus (Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press International, 2000), which examines quotations and allusions to Scripture in Q. Otherwise the most consulted works were the commentaries on Matthew, Mark, and Luke by Matthias Konradt (NTD; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2015), R.T. France (NIGTC; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2002), and Michael Wolter (HNT 5; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2008), respectively.

Occasionally the parallels presented in the margins and notes of the NA 28 and Aland’s Synopsis Quattuor Evangeliorum have found their way into the table, but these extensive notes were not used as a main source because a more focused collection of evidence was desired. Dittmar’s work was ideal in this regard, as it is based on verbal overlaps, which he depicts for every proposed case. Moreover, the goal was not to be exhaustive but to establish a reasonably large sample that would be both workable as well as representative of the evangelists’ tendencies in the allusive material.

The Order of the Material

Due to its size, the allusions table posed a much larger challenge than did the quotations table in terms of depicting the order in which the material occurs in the synoptics. For convenience sake then, the default setting of the table, which seeks to give an overview of the distribution of all the material, is oriented on the Matthean order. That means, for example, that some allusions in Mark 13 are placed earlier in the table, namely at Matthew 10. The Lukan material, especially in the double tradition, thus diverges significantly from its Lukan order. Where Mark or Luke contain allusions not present in Matthew, the material was placed within the existing order already established. For example, the allusions in Mk 6:15 || Lk 9:8 are placed just before Mk 6:18.

Fortunately, the individual columns can be reorganized to show the order of material according to each individual evangelist (see the sub-section on interacting with the table below).

Reading the Table

The quotations table is colored to reflect the differences and similarities between the synoptics’ use of quotations. The coloring follows the scheme recommended in Mark Goodacre, The Synoptic Problem: A Way Through the Maze (London: T&T Clark, 2001), 33-35:

  • Blue represents material unique to Matthew
  • Red represents material unique to Mark
  • Yellow (or yellow highlighting) represents material unique to Luke.

These colors can be mixed to reflect overlapping material between the gospels:

  • Brown represents material shared by all three synoptics
  • Purple represents material shared by Matthew and Mark
  • Green represents material shared by Matthew and Luke
  • Orange represents material shared by Mark and Luke.

The table makes detailed use of these colors. The color of each cell generally shows which gospel(s) include(s) a given quotation. In these cases, the text in each cell is black. However, in most instances the table reflects a more complex situation by using different colors for the cell and its text. It is frequently the case that where gospels share a given passage or context, they differ in their use of allusion. For example, in the double tradition temptation scene, only Lk 4:6 includes an allusion to Dan 4:31. Thus, that cell is colored green for the double tradition context, but the text is yellow to indicate that it only occurs in Luke.

Although the table excludes special material ( Sondergut), occasionally blue or yellow cells do appear. These cells indicate that an evangelist shares an allusion with another or the others, but that it appears in a completely different context (e.g., Mt 26:45 || Mt 14:41 || Lk 24:7).

In some cases, we included cells that due to a certain complexity simply suggest comparing the synoptic parallel. For example, Mark’s allusion to Daniel’s desolating sacriledge is shaded brown for triple tradition, but the text is colored purple because only Matthew and Mark include any recourse to Daniel. However, Matthew explicitly mentions Daniel in his version and so his version does not count as an allusion. Thus, only a “cf.” has been added for Matthew (the entry for the quotation is of course found in the quotations table). Luke’s version is also worth comparing, because Luke does include the word for desolation from Mark, but otherwise lacks an allusion to Daniel; thus again a “cf.” has been added for Luke as well.

By contrast, a “cf.” found in the parenthetical entries for the Jewish scriptural texts indicates that the likelihood of the allusion is unclear, but nevertheless worthy of note.

The chapter and verse numbers are given according to the numbering in the Hebrew Bible, with relevant differences in the Septuagint numbering indicated in square brackets with an “LXX” added to the end. Where the allusion only works for the Hebrew or Greek version of a given verse, only the numbering of the Hebrew or Greek is given, with an MT or LXX added accordingly (e.g., Lk 4:6).

Interacting with the Table

A couple of interactive functions are available for the table.

First, you can search the entire table by using the search field to the top right of the table. For example, if you want to find the distribution of references to Deuteronomy, you can type Deut in the search field (abbreviations are according to the SBL Handbook of Style, 2 nd ed.). If you would like to search more specifically for Deut 5, type “Deut 5” in the search box, including the quotation marks. (At the moment a search for Deut 5 without quotation marks will show all entries including both a 5 and the abbreviation Deut!)

To reset the selection and view all cells again, simply delete the entry from the search box, or alternatively, click the “Reset the Table” button at the bottom of the page.

If you are interested in searching only one gospel in particular, you can search each column individually in the search field at the bottom of the table under each column.

Second, the default order for the main quotations table and allusions table seeks to depict the overall distribution of material in the synoptics in relation to one another. Due to differences in order among the synoptics, the entries do not always appear in order for each gospel. But, you can remedy this by clicking on the arrow buttons in each column heading. For example, if I want to view the Lukan order of the quotations in ascending order, I click the heading for “Lk”. If I click again, I can receive the descending order. In order to return to the default order, click the “Reset the Table” button.

The only drawback to this feature is that, on our example with Luke, any material not found in Luke will no longer be directly comparable to Luke as in the default setting. Rather, non-Lukan material will be set to the very end of the table (or the very beginning of the table in the descending order mode).

Finally, as a default, the table only displays 10 entries at a time. To view more entries, click on the “Next” or “Previous” buttons at the bottom right of the table, or better, simply choose the maximum number of entries in the “Show [###] entries” dialogue box at the top left of the table.

Synopsis of Allusions to Jewish Scripture

MtMkLk
3:1-2
(Jer 1:1-3)
3:4
(2 Kgs 1:8; cf. Zech 13:4)
1:6
(2 Kgs 1:8; cf. Zech 13:4)
3:5
(Gen 13:10-11)
3:3
(Gen 13:10-11)
3:9
(Isa 51:1-2)
3:8
(Isa 51:1-2)
3:16
(Ezek 1:1)
1:10
(cf. Ezek 1:1)
3:21-22a
(cf. Ezek 1:1)
3:17
(Gen 22:2; Ps 2:7; Isa 42:1; 44:1-2; Jer 31:20 [Jer 38:20 LXX]; cf. Mt 12:18; 17:5)
1:11
(Gen 22:2; Ps 2:7; Isa 42:1; 44:1-2; Jer 31:20 [Jer 38:20 LXX]; cf. Mk 9:7)
3:22b
(Gen 22:2; Ps 2:7; Isa 42:1; 44:1-2; Jer 31:20 [Jer 38:20 LXX]; cf. Lk 9:35; Acts 13:33)
4:1-2
(Deut 8:2)
Cf. 1:12-134:1-2
(Deut 8:2)
4:8
(cf. Ezek 40:2)
Cf. 4:8-94:6
(Dan 4:31 LXX)
1:13b
(cf. 2 Macc 5:27)
1:15
(cf. Ezek 7:2-3, 6-7, 10; Lam 4:18)
4:19
(2 Kgs 6:19)
1:17
(2 Kgs 6:19)
5:3
(Isa 61:1, 3)
6:20-23
(Isa 61:1)
5:4
(Isa 61:2)
Cf. 6:21, 24, 25
5:5
(Ps 37:11; [Ps 36:11 LXX]; Isa 61:7)
5:8
(Ps 24:3-4 [Ps 23:3-4 LXX])
5:11-12
(cf. Isa 61:3, 10)
6:22-25
(cf. Wis 5:4, 8)
5:12
(Gen 15:1)
6:23 (cf. 6:35)
(Gen 15:1)
5:39-40
(Isa 50:6, 8-9)
6:29-30
(Isa 50:6, 9)
5:44
(Exod 23:4-5; Prov 25:21-22)
6:27
(Exod 23:4-5; Prov 25:21-22; cf. Lk 6:35)
6:28
(Ps 109:28 [Ps 108:28 LXX])
6:35
(Exod 23:4-5; Prov 25:21-22; cf. Lk 6:27)
5:48
(Lev 11:44, 55; 19:2; 20:7, 26; Deut 18:13)
6:36
(Lev 11:44; 19:2; 20:7, 26)
6:11
(Exod 16)
11:3
(Exod 16)
6:19
(Isa 51:8)
Cf. 12:33-34
6:26
(Ps 147:9 [Ps 146:9 LXX]; cf. Job 38:41)
12:24
(Ps 147:9 [Ps 146:9 LXX]; cf. Job 38:41)
7:22
(Jer 14:14; 27:15 [Jer 34:12 LXX])
7:23
(Ps 6:9)
13:27
(Ps 6:9)
8:4
(Lev 13:49)
1:44
(Lev 13:49)
5:14
(Lev 13:49; cf. Lk 17:14)
8:11
(Ps 107:3 [Ps 106:3 LXX])
13:29
(Ps 107:3 [Ps 106:3 LXX])
8:18-21
(1 Kgs 19:19-21)
9:57-62
(1 Kgs 19:19-21; Gen 19:17, 26)
8:20
(Ps 8:4-8; cf. Ps 84:3 [Ps 83:4 LXX])
9:58
(Ps 8:4-8; cf. Ps 84:3 [Ps 83:4 LXX])
8:23-27
(Jonah 1:4-16; Ps 107:23-32 [Ps 106:23-32 LXX])
4:35-41
(Jonah 1:4-16; Ps 107:23-32 [Ps 106:23-32 LXX])
8:22-25
(Jonah 1:4-16; Ps 107:23-32 [Ps 106:23-32 LXX])
8:28-34
(cf. Isa 65:1-7)
5:1-20
(cf. Isa 65:1-7)
8:26-39
(cf. Isa 65:1-7)
9:30
(Isa 35:5; Isa 42:7)
Cf. 24:31
9:36
(cf. Num 27:17; 1 Kgs 22:17; 2 Chr 18:16; Ezek 34:5; Jdth 11:19)
6:34
(cf. Num 27:17; 1 Kgs 22:17; 2 Chr 18:16; Ezek 34:5; Jdth 11:19)
10:6
(Jer 50:6 [Jer 27:6 LXX]; cf. Mt 15:24)
10:9-10
(Exod 12:11, 34-36)
6:8-9
(Exod 12:11)
9:3
(Exod 12:11, 34-36; cf. Lk 10:4 [cf. 2 Kgs 4:29]; 12:35; 22:35)
10:12-13 (cf. v.l.)
(1 Sam 25:6 MT)
10:5
(1 Sam 25:6 MT)
Cf. 10:146:11
(cf. Isa 52:2)
Cf. 9:5; 10:11
10:16
(Gen 3:1)
Cf. 10:3
10:19
(Exod 4:11-12)
13:11
(Exod 4:11-12)
12:12 / 21:15
(Exod 4:11-12)
10:21
(Mic 7:6)
13:12
(Mic 7:6)
10:25
(2 Kgs 1:2-3.6.16; cf. Mt 12:24.27)
Cf. 6:40
10:29-30
(1 Sam 14:45; 2 Sam 14:11; 1 Kgs 1:52; Ps 40:12 [Ps 39:13 LXX]; Amos 3:5?)
12:6-7
(1 Sam 14:45; 2 Sam 14:11; 1 Kgs 1:52; Ps 40:12 [Ps 39:13 LXX]; Amos 3:5?; cf. Lk 21:18)
10:32-33
(Dan 7:13-14)
12:8-9
(Dan 7:13-14)
10:34-36
(Mic 7:6; cf. Zech 13:3)
12:51-53
(Mic 7:6; cf. Zech 13:3)
10:37
(Deut 5:16/Exod 20:12; Deut 33:8-9)
14:26
(Deut 5:16/Exod 20:12; Deut 33:8-9)
11:5
(Isa 26:18-19; 29:18; 35:5-6; 42:18; 61:1-2)
7:22
(Isa 26:18-19; 29:18; 35:5-6; 42:18; 61:1-2)
11:14
(Mal 3:23 [Mal 3:22 LXX]; cf. Mt 16:14a; 17:10-12)
11:17
(Eccl 3:4)
7:32
(Eccl 3:4)
11:19
(Deut 21:20; Prov 23:20)
7:34
(Deut 21:20; Prov 23:20)
11:23
(Isa 14:11, 13, 15)
10:15
(Isa 14:11, 13, 15)
11:25-30
(Exod 33:11-23; cf. Jdt 9:12)
10:21-22
(Exod 33:11-23; cf. Jdt 9:12)
12:3-4
(1 Sam 21:1-7; cf. Lev 24:5-9)
2:25-26
(1 Sam 21:1-7; cf. Lev 24:5-9)
6:3-4
(1 Sam 21:1-7; cf. Lev 24:5-9)
12:5
(Num 28:9-10)
12:24, 27
(2 Kgs 1:2-3.6.16; cf. Mt 10:25)
3:22
(2 Kgs 1:2-3.6.16)
11:15.18-19
(2 Kgs 1:2-3.6.16)
Cf. 12:2811:20
(Exod 8:15)
12:29
(Isa 49:24; PsSol 5:3)
3:27
(Isa 49:24; PsSol 5:3)
11:21-22
(Isa 49:24-25; PsSol 5:3)
12:39
(Deut 1:35 MT; Num 32:13)
11:29
(Deut 1:35 MT; Num 32:13)
12:40
(Jonah 2:1)
Cf. 11:30
12:41
(Jonah 3)
11:32
(Jonah 3)
12:42
(1 Kgs 10; 2 Chron 9)
11:31
(1 Kgs 10; 2 Chron 9)
13:13
(Isa 6:9-10)
4:12
(Isa 6:9-10)
8:10
(Isa 6:9-10)
13:16-17
(Isa 6:9-10)
10:23-24
(Isa 6:9-10)
10:25.28
(Lev 18:5; Deut 32:47; cf. Lk 18:18, 20-21)
13:32
(Ps 103:12; Ezek 17:23; 31:6; Dan 4:9.18)
4:32
(Ps 103:12; Ezek 17:23; 31:6; Dan 4:9.18)
13:19
(Ps 103:12; Ezek 17:23; 31:6; Dan 4:9.18)
6:15a
(cf. Mal 3:23 [Mal 3:22 LXX]; cf. Mk 8:28a; 9:11-13)
9:8a
(Mal 3:23; [Mal 3:22 LXX]; cf. Lk 1:17; 9:19)
6:15b
(cf. Deut 18:15b; cf. Mk 8:28)
9:8b
(Deut 18:15; cf. Lk 9:19)
14:4
(Lev 20:21; cf. 18:16)
6:18
(Lev 20:21; cf. 18:16)
3:19
(Lev 20:21; cf. 18:16)
6:23
(Esth 5:3; 7:2; cf. 1 Kings 13:8)
14:13-21
(2 Kgs 4:42-44; cf. Mt 15:32-39)
6:32-44
(2 Kgs 4:42-44; cf. Mk 8:1-10)
9:10-17
(2 Kgs 4:42-44)
15:24
(Jer 50:6 [Jer 27:6 LXX]; cf. Mt 10:6)
7:32
(Isa 35:6)
15:32-38
(2 Kgs 4:42-44; cf. Mt 14:13-21)
8:1-9
(2 Kgs 4:42-44; cf. Mk 6:32-44)
8:18
(Jer 5:21; Ezek 12:2; cf. Isa 6:9-10; Deut 29:3)
16:14a
(Mal 3:23 [Mal 3:22 LXX]; cf. Mt 11:14; 17:10-12)
8:28a
(Mal 3:23 [Mal 3:22 LXX]; cf. Mk 6:15a; 9:11-13)
9:19a
(Mal 3:23 [Mal 3:22 LXX])
16:14b
(Deut 18:15; cf. 2 Macc 15:14)
8:28b
(Deut 18:15; cf. Mk 6:15b)
9:19b
(Deut 18:15; cf. Lk 7:16a; 9:8b)
16:21
(Hos 6:2; cf. Mt 17:23; 20:19)
8:31
(Hos 6:2; cf. Mk 9:31; 10:34)
9:22
(Hos 6:2; cf. Lk 18:33; 24:7, 46)
16:26
(Ps 49:8-9 [Ps 48:8-9 LXX])
8:37
(Ps 49:8-9 [Ps 48:8-9 LXX])
16:27a, 28
(Dan 7:13-14; cf. Deut 33:2; Zech 14:5)
8:38; 9:1
(Dan 7:13-14; cf. Deut 33:2; Zech 14:5)
9:26
(Dan 7:13-14; cf. Deut 33:2; Zech 14:5)
16:27b
(Ps 62:13 [Ps 61:11 LXX]; Prov 24:12; Sir 35:22)
17:1
(Ezek 40:2; cf. Mt 4:8)
9:2
(Ezek 40:2)
17:5b
(Gen 22:2; Ps 2:7; Isa 42:1; 44:1-2; Jer 31:20 [Jer 38:20 LXX]; cf. Mt 3:17; 12:18)
9:7b
(Gen 22:2; Ps 2:7; Isa 42:1; 44:1-2; Jer 31:20 [Jer 38:20 LXX]; cf. Mk 1:11)
9:35b
(Ps 2:7; Isa 42:1; 44:1-2; cf. Lk 3:22; Acts 13:33)
17:5c
(Deut 18:15; cf. Deut 13:4; 1 Macc 2:65)
9:7c
(Deut 18:15; cf. Deut 13:4; 1 Macc 2:65)
9:35c
(Deut 18:15; cf. Deut 13:4; 1 Macc 2:65; cf. Acts 3:22)
17:6
(Ezek 1:28; Dan 10:9)
17:7
(Dan 8:18)
17:9
(Dan 7:13, 14)
17:10-12a
(Mal 3:23-24 [Mal 3:22-23 LXX]; cf. Mt 11:14; 16:14a)
9:11-13
(Mal 3:23-24 [Mal 3:22-23 LXX]; cf. Mk 6:15; 8:28)
Cf. 1:17; 9:8
17:17
(Deut 32:5, 20)
Cf. 9:199:41
(Deut 32:5, 20)
17:23
(Hos 6:2; cf. Mt 16:21; 20:19)
9:31
(Hos 6:2; cf. Mk 8:31; 10:34)
9:48
(Isa 66:24; Sir 7:17; Jdth 16:17)
9:49
(Lev 2:13; Sir 2:5)
18:12-14
(Ps 119:176 [Ps 118:176 LXX); Jer 50:6 [Jer 27:6 LXX]; Ezek 34:12.16)
15:4-6
(Ps 119:176; Ezek 34:12.16)
15:5
(Isa 40:11; 49:22; 60:4)
18:15
(Lev 19:17)
17:3
(Lev 19:17)
18:21-22
(Gen 4:15, 24)
17:4
(Gen 4:15, 24)
19:7-9
(Deut 24:1)
10:3-5, 11
(Deut 24:1)
Cf. 19:4, 510:6, 7
(Gen 1:27; 2:24; 5:2)
19:28
(Dan 7:9-14; Ps 110:1 [Ps 109:1 LXX]; cf. Mt 10:23; 24:30; 25:31; 26:64)
22:28-30
(Dan 7:9-14)
20:19
(Hos 6:2; cf. Mt 16:21; 17:23)
10:34
(Hos 6:2; cf. Mk 8:31; 9:31)
18:33
(Hos 6:2; cf. Lk 9:22; 24:7, 46)
21:2
(Zech 9:9; cf. Gen 49:11)
11:2
(Zech 9:9; cf. Gen 49:11)
19:30
(Zech 9:9; cf. Gen 49:11)
19:35
(cf. 1 Kgs 1:33)
21:9
(Ps 118:25-26 [Ps 117:25-26 LXX])
11:9
(Ps 118:25-26 [Ps 117:25-26 LXX])
19:38
(Ps 118:26 [Ps 117:26 LXX])
11:16
(Zech 14:20-21)
Cf. 21:15-1619:40
(Hab 2:11)
21:14
(2 Sam 5:8)
21:16
(Ps 8:3)
Cf. 19:39-40
21:33
(Isa 5:1-2)
12:1
(Isa 5:1-2)
20:9
(Isa 5:1-2)
12:32b
(Exod 8:6;
Deut 4:35; 32:39;
Isa 45:6, 21)
12:33c
(1 Sam 15:22; Isa 1:11; Hos 6:6)
21:44
(Isa 8:14-15; Jer 6:21; Dan 2:34.44 [Theod.])
20:18
(Isa 8:14-15; Jer 6:21; Dan 2:34.44 [Theod.])
23:27
(Num 19:16)
11:44
(Num 19:16)
23:34-36; cf. 23:37-39
(Gen 4:8-11; 2 Chron 24:27-25; Jub 1:12)
11:49-51; cf. 13:34-35
(Gen 4:8-11; 2 Chron 24:27-25; Jub 1:12)
23:12
(Ezek 17:24; 21:31; cf. 1 Sam 2:7-8; Prov 29:23; Job 5:11; Ps 147:6 [Ps 146:6 LXX])
14:11; 18:14
(Ezek 17:24; 21:31; cf. 1 Sam 2:7-8; Prov 29:23; Job 5:11; Ps 147:6 [Ps 146:6 LXX])
23:34
(2 Chr 24:19; Jer 7:25; 25:4)
11:49
(2 Chr 24:19; Jer 7:25; 25:4)
23:38
(Jer 12:7; 22:5)
13:35a
(Jer 12:7; 22:5)
23:39
(Ps 118:26 [Ps 117:26 LXX])
13:35b
(Ps 118:26 [Ps 117:26 LXX])
24:3
(Dan 9:27 [Theod.]; 12:4 [Theod.]; cf. Mt 28:20)
13:4
(Dan 9:27 [Theod.]; 12:4 [Theod.])
21:8a.10
(Dan 9:27 [Theod.]; 12:4 [Theod.])
21:8b
(Ezek 7:2-3.6-7.10; Lam 4:18 [Lam 4:19 LXX]; Dan 7:22; 9:27; 12:4)
24:6
(Dan 2:28, 29, 45 [Theod.])
13:7
(Dan 2:28, 29, 45 [Theod.])
21:9
(Dan 2:28, 29, 45 [Theod.])
24:10
(Dan 11:41)
24:11
(Deut 13:1-3; cf. Mt 24:24)
Cf. 10:3021:18
(1 Sam 14:45; 2 Sam 14:11; 1 Kgs 1:52)
Cf. 24:1513:14
(Dan 9:27; 12:11; 11:31; 1 Macc 1:54)
Cf. 21:20
21:22
(Deut 32:35; Hos 9:7; Jer 46:10 [Jer 26:10 LXX])
24:21
(Dan 12:1)
13:19
(Dan 12:1)
21:24a
(Jer 21:7; 46:10 [Jer 26:10 LXX]; Sir 28:18)
21:24b
(Deut 28:64; Ezra 9:7; Ezek 32:9)
21:24c
(Zech 12:3; Isa 63:18; Dan 8:10)
24:24
(Deut 13:1-3; cf. Mt 24:11)
13:22
(Deut 13:1-3)
Cf. 17:23
24:29
(Isa 13:10; 34:4)
13:24-25
(Isa 13:10; 34:4)
21:25-26
(Ps 65:8-9 [Ps 64:8-9 LXX]; Isa 13:10-11)
24:30a
(Zech 12:12)
24:30b
(Dan 7:13)
13:26
(Dan 7:13)
21:27
(Dan 7:13)
24:31a
(Isa 27:13)
24:31b
(Zech 2:10; Deut 30:4; Ezek 37:9)
13:27
(Zech 2:10; Deut 30:4; Ezek 37:9)
13:36
(cf. Jer 6:26)
21:34
(Jer 6:26)
21:35
(Isa 24:17; Jer 32:29)
24:37-38
(Gen 6-9)
17:26-27
(Gen 6-9)
17:28-29
(Gen 19)
Cf. 24:18Cf. 13:1617:31-32
(Gen 19:17, 26; cf. Lk 9:62)
24:44
(Dan 7:13)
12:40
(Dan 7:13)
24:45-51
(cf. Gen 39)
12:42-46
(cf. Gen 39)
24:45
(Ps 104:27 [Ps 103:27 LXX])
12:42
(Ps 104:27 [Ps 103:27 LXX])
24:48, 50
(Hab 2:3)
12:45-46
(Hab 2:3)
26:11
(cf. Deut 15:11)
14:7
(cf. Deut 15:11)
26:15
(Zech 11:12; Exod 21:32)
14:18
(Ps 41:10 [Ps 40:10 LXX])
26:28
(Exod 24:8; Isa 53:12; cf. Zech 9:11)
14:24
(Exod 24:8; Isa 53:12; cf. Zech 9:11)
22:20
(Jer 31:31 [Jer 38:31 LXX])
22:31
(Amos 9:9)
26:33, 35
(2 Sam 15:21)
14:29, 31
(2 Sam 15:21)
22:33
(2 Sam 15:19, 21)
26:36
(Gen 22:5)
14:32
(Gen 22:5)
26:38
(Ps 42:5, 11 [Ps 41:6, 12 LXX ]; Ps 43:5 [Ps 42:5 LXX]; Jonah 4:9; cf. Ps 6:4 LXX)
14:34
(Ps 42:5, 11 [Ps 41:6, 12 LXX ]; Ps 43:5 [Ps 42:5 LXX]; Jonah 4:9; cf. Ps 6:4 LXX)
14:36
(Gen 18:14; Zech 8:6; Job 42:2; cf. Mk 10:27)
26:45
(Job 16:10-11)
14:41
(Job 16:10-11)
24:7
(Job 16:10-11)
26:46
(2 Sam 15:14)
14:42
(2 Sam 15:14)
26:48-49
(2 Sam 20:9)
14:44-45
(2 Sam 20:9)
22:47-48
(2 Sam 20:9)
26:50
(cf. 2 Sam 15:32, 37; 16:17; Ps 41:10 [Ps 40:10 LXX]; 55:13-14 [Ps 54:13-14 LXX])
26:51-54
(cf. 2 Sam 16:5-12)
Cf. 14:47Cf. 22:49-51
26:51
(cf. 1 Chron 21:16)
Cf. 14:47Cf. 22:49-50
26:52
(cf. 1 Chron 21:27)
26:56
(cf. 2 Sam 17:1-2)
14:49
(cf. 2 Sam 17:1-2)
14:52
(cf. Gen 39:12; Amos 2:16)
26:58
(cf. Ps 38:12 [Ps 37:12 LXX]; cf. Mt 27:55)
14:54
(cf. Ps 38:12 [Ps 37:12 LXX]; cf. Mk 15:39, 40)
22:54
(cf. Ps 38:12 [Ps 37:12 LXX]; cf. Lk 23:49)
26:59-60
(cf. Ps 26:12; 34:11 LXX)
14:56-57
(cf. Ps 26:12; 34:11 LXX)
26:61
(cf. Zech 6:12; 2 Kgs 20:5.8; Hos 6:2; cf. Mt 27:40)
14:58
(cf. Zech 6:12; 2 Kgs 20:5.8; Hos 6:2; cf. Mk 15:29)
26:63a
(cf. Isa 53:7)
14:61a
(cf. Isa 53:7)
26:63b
(Gen 24:3; cf. 1 Kgs 22:16)
26:64
(Dan 7:13; Ps 110:1 [Ps 109:1 LXX])
14:62
(Dan 7:13; Ps 110:1 [Ps 109:1 LXX])
22:69
(Ps 110:1 [Ps 109:1 LXX])
26:67
(Isa 50:6; cf. Micah 4:14; cf. Mt 27:30)
14:65
(Isa 50:6; cf. Micah 4:14; cf. Mk 15:19)
Cf. 22:63
27:1-2
(Isa 3:9-10 LXX)
15:1
(Isa 3:9-10 LXX)
27:12.14a
(cf. Isa 53:7)
15:5a
(cf. Isa 53:7)
23:9
(cf. Isa 53:7)
27:14b
(Isa 52:15)
15:5b
(Isa 52:15)
27:24
(Deut 21:6-7; 2 Sam 3:28; Ps 26:6; 73:13)
27:25
(2Sam 1:16; 1Kgs 2:33.37; Jer 51:35; Ezek 33:4.6.8; cf. Mt 23:35)
27:30
(Isa 50:6; cf. Micah 4:14; cf. Mt 26:67)
15:19
(Isa 50:6; cf. Micah 4:14; cf. Mk 14:65)
23:27
(Zech 12:10-14)
23:30
(Hos 10:8)
27:34
(Num 6:3; Ps 69:22 [Ps 68:22 LXX]; cf. Mt 27:48)
15:23
(Num 6:3; cf. Prov 31:6-7)
[23:34a]
(Isa 53:12 MT)
27:35
(Ps 22:19 [Ps 21:19 LXX])
15:24
(Ps 22:19 [Ps 21:19 LXX])
23:34b
(Ps 22:19 [Ps 21:19 LXX])
27:39
(Ps 22:8-9 [Ps 21:8-9 LXX]; cf. Ps 109:25 [Ps 108:25 LXX]; Lam 2:15)
15:29-30
(Ps 22:8-9 [Ps 21:8-9 LXX]; cf. Ps 109:25 [Ps 108:25 LXX]; Lam 2:15)
23:35
(Ps 22:8-9 [Ps 21:8-9 LXX])
27:40a
(cf. Zech 6:12; 2 Kgs 20:5.8; Hos 6:2; cf. Mt 26:61)
15:29
(cf. Zech 6:12; 2 Kgs 20:5.8; Hos 6:2; cf. Mk 14:58)
27:40b, 43b
Cf. Wis 2:13-20
Cf. 23:35, 37
27:43a
(Ps 22:9 [Ps 21:9 LXX])
27:45
(Exod 10:22; cf. Amos 8:9; Jer 15:9; Deut 28:29)
15:33
(Exod 10:22; cf. Amos 8:9; Jer 15:9; Deut 28:29)
23:44
(Exod 10:22; cf. Amos 8:9; Jer 15:9; Deut 28:29)
27:46
(Ps 22:2 [Ps 21:2 LXX])
15:34
(Ps 22:2 [Ps 21:2 LXX])
23:46
(Ps 31:6 [Ps 30:6 LXX])
27:48
(Ps 69:22 [Ps 68:22 LXX]); cf. Mt 27:34)
15:36
(Ps 69:22 [Ps 68:22 LXX])
23:36
(Ps 69:22 [Ps 68:22 LXX])
27:52-53
(Ezek 37:12)
15:39
(cf. Ps 37:12 LXX; cf. Mk 14:54; 15:40)
23:48
(cf. Zech 12:10)
27:55
(Ps 38:12 [Ps 37:12 LXX]; cf. 88:9 [Ps 87:9 LXX] cf. Mt 26:58)
15:40
(Ps 38:12 [Ps 37:12 LXX]; cf. 88:9 [Ps 87:9 LXX]; cf. Mk 14:54)
23:49
(Ps 38:12 [Ps 37:12 LXX]; cf. 88:9 [Ps 87:9 LXX]; cf. Lk 22:54)
27:57-60
(cf. Isa 53:9; Exod 34:25; Deut 21:22-23)
15:42-46
(cf. Isa 53:9; Exod 34:25; Deut 21:22-23)
23:50-54
(cf. Isa 53:9; Exod 34:25; Deut 21:22-23)
23:56
(Exod 20:9-10; Deut 5:13; cf. Lk 6:2;13:14)
24:7
(Hos 6:2; 2 Kgs 20:5, 8; cf. Lk 9:22; 18:33; 24:46)
16:8
(cf. Gen 18:15 LXX)




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