Origin of Masoretic
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Its bearings on the Masoretic text, therefore, are profoundly important and interesting; these Dr. Ginsburg discusses.
The latter agrees with the Masoretic text: the former gives one hundred and sixty-seven instead of one hundred and eighty-seven.Companion to the Bible|E. P. Barrows
From him is derived the present method of reading Hebrew, by what is usually known as the vowel points in the Masoretic text.Mysticism and its Results|John Delafield
A system of original punctuation is thus virtually demonstrated, confirming the Masoretic division.
It is evident that this is no better than a kind of punning upon the words of the Masoretic text.