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Als der Bundessicherheitsrat unter Kanzler Helmut Schmidt im Frühjahr 1982 neue Politische Grundsätze für den Rüstungsexport verabschiedete, wurde eine geheime Protokollnote angenommen, die als Israel-Klausel firmierte. Sie gab vor, dass bei Entscheidungen zur Waffenausfuhr „auch die geschichtliche Verantwortung der Deutschen gegenüber dem jüdischen Volk berücksichtigt wird“. Hintergrund war der Wunsch Saudi-Arabiens, Hunderte Leopard 2-Panzer zu erwerben, der in Bonn eine monatelange Kontroverse ausgelöst und zu einer tiefen Krise der deutsch-israelischen Beziehungen geführt hatte. Hubert Leber untersucht den Panzer-Streit von 1981/82 erstmals auf Basis deutscher wie israelischer Regierungsakten und verknüpft dabei Internationale Geschichte mit vergangenheitspolitischen Perspektiven. Das Verantwortungspostulat, das sich die Bundesregierung auf Initiative von Außenminister Hans-Dietrich Genscher zu eigen machte, markierte eine Zäsur für die Bonner Israel-Politik. Galt im Umgang mit dem jüdischen Staat bis dahin eine Art Verjährungsparadigma, so wurde die Erinnerung an den Holocaust zu Beginn der 1980er Jahre als dauerhaft wirksamer Faktor deutschen Regierungshandelns anerkannt.

Hell (Bibliothek, III, 175—180), the first lacuna begins in line 28. Here B. M. (like E. B.) reads gesollt (with but half of t) and six letters later the complete i of [s]iex. In line 29 B. M. Supports Grein's conjectured is by its nu i (instead of present E. B. nu, with final stroke of u imperfect). B. M. renders no further help until line 60, where it reads clearly after a small gap u (where Schipper sees in E. B. te, and Wfilker two w-strokes). In line 61, B. M. reads bidan with only the final stroke of n imperfect (while the an of E. B. bidan is very doubtful

unsure of the declension. He corrected it to χάρτες and then finally rewrote the final syllable to end in -εις, without erasing his first attempt at finishing the word. The final stroke of the mu is extended to the right and looks like a filier stroke. I assume that no digit followed. 9 The symbol for δηνάρια was written between the thousands and the lower numbers, perhaps to help distinguish them s thousands. Translation: Feminine articles (of clothing) denaria ... Poll-tax/census officials denaria 8,4xx Fortress/water-reservoir denaria l ,200 Nomenius denaria 113

support from the rare phrasing of the repayment deadline, found in a couple other contracts drawn up through the grapheion in Bakchias (see l. 12 and commentary). 2 Σε̣µ-: The ductus recommends this reading rather than the initially apparent Σα̣µ-. The base of the doubtful letter seems to consist of a sharp curve drawn clockwise, coming off the tail of the sigma (cf. the ductus in νέου, l. 5). The writer then seems to have raised his pen to draw the final stroke of the letter, which is very slightly concave, as one would expect of an epsilon. The loop of an alpha, on

itineribus for 7 Pro unrihtwisnysse ic geseah iniquitate uidi geteld silhearpena beoö gedrefede eoröan tentoria51) ^Ethiopi^ turbabuntur pelles terrg forwyrhte cwyöst J>u on flodum yrre J>u eart Madian. 8 Numquid in fluminibus iratus es drihten oftöe on flodum hatheortnys l>in oööe domine, aut in fluminibus furor tuus, uel on in man aebylignysse t>in foröon astigende indignatio tua. Qui ascendis62) 49) Initial majuscule over minuscule i. •°) Bead terra. 61) Originally temptoria; final stroke of m, and p, eras. §t) MS ascendes: second e pointed beneath (= delete), i

short- ness of lines in the upper letter in the printed transeription. This dis- crepancy would not appear on the original papyrus if we had it in complete form. For if the length of line in the two letters differed at all, the difference would not be great. The letter n u appears in P. Col. 481 both in the form made famili r by the third and second Century papyri, with final stroke projecting well aboye the general upper alignment, and in its original and more charac- teristic shape. After I had decided, on the basis of the script, that the document was of the early

?s<t> ibdw j[¿jv-frJ; [ ° r i g i n a l hieratic may reveal the reason as relating to forming a balanced pattern ^ T ^ ^ in line 2. Note the unnecessary t for the depen- dent pronoun s<t>. This is a common writing for "she" or "her" in Late Egyptian. It may be a hold over regional final feminine t in spoken Egyptian. The final stroke of the s sign is ligatured to the ibdw sign as is the d sign. ZÄS 126 (1999) S. L. G o s l ine: Orthographie Notes 1 1 5 The phrase marked out by "verse points" at end of line 11 and beginning of line 12 is rather short and contains no

's eldest Son steal the Bee's honey; tells the Crows to feed on the eldest Son's Horses; tells the Monkeys to take the Crow's eggs; sets the Tiger stalking Man's eldest Son; tells Man's younger Son to kill the Tiger; and as a final stroke of evil genius, the Trickster sets fire to the grassland in which a herd of elephants are grazing. Both tales conclude with the picture of the Trickster, sitting high on top of a mountain, laughing victoriously as he watches the horror he has brought into being. The third example of this cycle differs slightly from the two above


goal of this study was to determine factors that influence postoperative neurological outcome. Materials and methods: The study includes operations between January 1986 and April 2008. Final stroke classification at the time of discharge from neurological rehabilitation used the modified Rankin scale. Minor stroke was defined as Rankin 0-2, whereas disabling stroke for Ranking 3-6. The following parameters were tested for influence on perioperative central neurological deficits: gender, height, weight, BMI, grade of coronary heart disease, history of STEMI, NSTEMI

–441. 310 Archiv für Papyrusforschung 55/2, 2009 17. A. Jones, The Wrong Planet: P.Berol. inv. 21226 Revisited 311 312 Archiv für Papyrusforschung 55/2, 2009 col. i. 7 A horizontal stroke running about half a centimeter from the edge of the papyrus cannot be the long paragraphus-like stroke separating years, since it comes too soon before the year division at line 15. It might be an extended final stroke of α, ε, or ς. 11 Here and elsewhere, the first stationary points are marked following the longitude by the abbreviation