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Headword: Ôg
Adler number: omega,6
Translated headword: Og
Vetting Status: high
Translation:
[Og], king of Bashan,[1] and Sihon, king of the Amorites,[2] were proud of their authority. Because of the size of his body, Og used an iron bed, which was 9 cubits long and 5 cubits wide.[3] The king of Bashan is called Og, that is 'partition,' because his deeds of shame blocked off the way of our salvation. The Lord will slay him for the freedom of those who are being conquered.[4]
Greek Original:
Ôg, basileus tês Basan, kai Sêôn, basileus tôn Amorraiôn, hoion epi dunasteiai esemnunonto. ho de Ôg kai klinêi ekechrêto sidêrai dia to tou sômatos megethos, th# men pêcheis to mêkos, e# de to euros echousêi. ho basileus tês Basan Ôg prosagoreuetai, toutesti diaphraxis: hôs tôn ergôn tês aischunês [touto gar hê Basan] tên hodon tês sôtêrias hêmin apophrassontôn. hon apoktenei kurios ep' eleutheriai tôn kratoumenôn.
Notes:
Og, king of Bashan, is mentioned at Numbers 21.33 ff. and Deuteronomy 3.1 ff.
[1] Bashan: beta 136.
[2] Seon, Sihon: see alpha 1628, sigma 329.
[3] Deuteronomy 3.11. In present-day terms these dimensions exceed 13 feet by 7.
[4] This last sentence, with its odd future verb, is a misquotation of one in ps.-Basil's Commentary on Isaiah 2.91: o(\n suntri/bei ktl.
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Translated by: Catharine Roth on 1 January 2004@16:43:52.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (augmented notes and keywords) on 7 January 2004@03:44:55.
David Whitehead (another note; more keywords) on 30 October 2013@08:54:41.
Catharine Roth (coding) on 7 June 2014@23:47:37.

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