By Mark Lardas Osprey
Via 1805 the 44-gun frigate was once most likely seen as a failed test when the 38-gun frigate used to be considered because the vessel of the long run. Ten years later each military was once construction 44-gun frigates and this present day it's considered because the image of the Napoleonic-era cruiser. This outstanding transformation resulted from the functionality of 3 ships – the structure, usa, and President – 44-gun frigates outfitted for the us military among 1794 and 1799. Their victories within the naval warfare of 1812, in addition to their functionality opposed to the Barbary Pirates, stuck the mind's eye of the realm – and spurred all navies into re-examining the category.
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47 Cf. Schweizer, "eschatologischer Mensch", 102. 48 See the text in A. M. , Fragmenta Pseudepigraphorwn Graeca (1970),61. I am grateful to Prof. M. Hengel for drawing my attention to the potential significance of this text for my thesis. 49 J. Z. Smith, "The Prayer of Joseph", Religions in Antiquity, Essays in Memory of E. R. Goodenough, ed. J. Neusner (1968), 256. The Prayer of Joseph and Related Texts 27 I, J acob, who am speaking to you, am also Israel, an angel of God and a ruling spirit. Abraham and Isaac were created before any work.
Then Papyrus 967 and codices 88 and SyroHexapla must be seeking to stress the similarity of the figure ~J~ i:l:l to the Ancient of Days. In v. 26. That is, the Ancient of Days has been described as having been "like a man". Likewise, the figure in v. 13 is described first as having been "like a (son of) man". But then a further description "like the Ancient of Days" is added, and it is added quite clearly in order to stress that the figure appeared awe-inspiringly glorious and divine like the Ancient of Days, as well as having the human contours.
12 did? 13f. is interpreted to mean the elevation of the children of Israel to divine sonship. J. Z. Smith suggests for the Prayer of Joseph "a possible first century dating and an Alexandrian provenance"60. M. Smith also sees it as originating probably from the first century, although he seems to hold to its Palestinian provenance 61 . 51 62 on the other hand seems to suggest that at least some of its elements, if not the whole, could originate in the first century A. D. 13 ff. in terms of a vision of the divine counsel ('~tl/ri ) concerning the destiny of God's people, which is quite in accordance with the intention of Daniel 63 .