TABLES OF THE OLD TESTAMENT PASSAGES
in the Jewish Synagogue Triennial Lectionary and the Feasts and the Fasts

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        Table I.  Torah Readings for Feasts, Fasts and Special Occasions
       Table II.  Haphtaroth, etc.
       Table III:  Torah readings with associated haphtaroth
       Detailed Notes on the Sedarim & Haphtaroth

NOTES

        The Triennial Cycle (TC) was Palestinian in origin, but it apparently was widely used in the Diaspora.  TC read the Pentaeuch over three years.  In the first century CE the cycle could be started either in Nisan or in Tishri (7th month) after Tabernacles.
        The Annual Cycle (AC) was Babylonian in origin and later (post-NT) replaced the TC.  AC read the Pentateuch in one year.  It now invariably starts in Tishri.
        It seems fairly likely that the final editing of the Pentateuch was for the purpose of using it as a TC lectionary (cp. Deut 31.9-13, and see A. Guilding, The Fourth Gospel and Jewish Worship [Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1960], pp. 22-44).
        TS (Torah Seder, i.e. reading from Pentateuch in the TC):  It came to be standardized at 21 verses out of the whole section.  This was not so earlier; in the earlier lections the TS and H were sometimes shorter than they became later.
        H (Haphtarah, meaning 'completion', i.e. a reading from the Former and Latter Prophets):
a)        Apparently developed when Antiochus IV ('Epiphanes') in 168 or 167 BCE tried to Hellenize the Jews and forbade the Torah to be read.  Therefore the H was substituted for the TS (and the HH were then retained as a 'second lesson' when the Jews were again free to read the TSS).
b)        Thus at first each H was chosen to fit its corresponding TS in theme - or to fit the interpretation currently given to the TS.  (Later HH tend to have verbal rather than content connections with the TSS.)
c)        Originally some HH were quite short (even 1-2 vv.).  Later extended to standard 10 verses, sometimes with skipping (either to include 'relevant' verses or, especially post-70/135 CE, to reach a consolatory ending).
d)        Later HH were often chosen from Isaiah.
e)        Although only a few verses were read, the contents of the whole section were often taken as implied (see notes on Mark's prologue).
        AC:  Parashiyoth (Pentateuch readings of the AC) were based on the TSS of the TC; from one to six TSS = 1 Parashiyah.
         H for Par of AC: Normally chosen from those which served the TC; thus these HH may often include old HH for TSS of TC.
        HH of TC:  It is not at all certain that these were generally fixed in the first century CE and (1) may have varied with time and place, or (2) they may often have been chosen 'on the spot' by the reader (cf. Jesus' choice of Isa 61.1-2a in Luke 4.17, apparently a 'free choice'.

INDICES

The following materials are divided into three indices: I. Torah readings; II. Readings in EV order (primarily haphtaroth) associated with TSS, and III. Torah readings (primarily TSS) with the associated readings (primarily HH).  The basis for Tables II and III is drawn from the work in his MA (Nottingham, 1962) and BD (Nottingham, 1964) theses of C. H. Cave, who investigated the midrashim and other sources to detect where possible the TSS and associated HH used in the TC.

Finally, there will be a major section of notes on the readings, the evidence for them, etc., which I extracted from Cave's theses.  All these materials are offered for the use of anyone interested in pursuing further research into the relationship of NT writings with Jewish liturgical usage.

Commonly only the opening verse is indicated (unless the probable ending is known).
Pentateuchal abbreviations used: G, E, L, N & D for Gen. Exod, Lev, Num and Deut.

Table I.  Torah Readings for Feasts, Fasts and Special Occasions

Genesis (50 chapters) Numbers  (36 chapters)
  1  Ma'amadoth (in local town when that rank of priests were to serve at Temple   6.22 Dedication (25 Kislev)
  3.22 Passover (15 Nisan)   7.1 Dedication (25 Kislev)
21 New Year (1 or 2 Tishri)   7.84 Dedication (25 Kislev)
46.28 Dedication (25 Kislev)   8.1 Dedication (25 Kislev)
  9 Passover in 3rd year (15 Nisan)
Exodus (40 chapters) 14.11 9 Ab (later reading)
12.1-20 Sabbath Hachodesh (Adar) 16.1 Pentecost in 3rd year (6 Sivan)
13 Passover (15 Nisan) 18.31 Dedication (25 Kislev)
17.8-10 Purim (14/15 Adar) 19.1 Sabbath Parah (Adar)
19-20 Pentecost (6 Sivan) (Exod 20=Decalogue) 28.1-8 Sabbath Shekalin (Adar - but not 
30.11-16 Sabbath Shekalim (Adar) post 100 CE
28.11-15 New Moons
Leviticus (27 chapters) 29 New Year (1 Tishri) acc. to Talmud
  1 1st Sabbath Tishri (Büchler) 29.7-11 Atonement (10 Tishri)
  8.1- 10.7 Atonement (10 Tishri) 28.17-39 Tabernacles (15-21 Tishri)
16.1-34 Atonement (10 Tishri) 29.35-39 Tabernacles (15-21 Tishri)
18 Atonement (10 Tishri) (after 100 CE)   (-30.1)
22.26 2nd day of Passover in Babylon (16 Nisan) Deuteronomy
23.4-8 1stNisan (New Year) & Passover (14 Nisan)   5 New Year (1 Tishri) (Decalogue
23.15-22 Pentecost (6 Sivan)   8 Tabernacles (15-21 Tishri)
12.23-25 New Year (1 Tishri) 16.9-12 Pentecost (6 Sivan)
12.26-32 Atonement (10 Tishri) 25.17-19 Sabbath Zachor (Adar)
24.1 Dedication (25 Kislev) Tabernacles (15-21 Tishri) 28 9 Ab & before New Year (1 Tishri)
26 9 Ab & before Pentecost (6 Sivan)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table II.  Haphtaroth, etc.  (Books in EV order)

HH for TSS (if marked HH for TSS HH for TSS
Joshua 'Par.' then wasn't a TS)
  1.1(18) D 34.1   8.32 D 17.14 22.22 N 32.1
  2.1-24 N 13.1 Par. 14.6 G 44.18 23.1 G 27.1
  3.5 E 12.29 17..49(-19.51) N 26.52 24.1 D 29.9
  5.20 2nd Passover (15 Iyyar) 20.1 N 35.9 24.3 G 12.1
  8.30 D 26.1 21.41 N 34.1 24.7 E 14.15
Judges
  2.7 D 31.14   5.14 Purim (14/15 Adar) 13.2-25 N 4.17
  3.1 G 22.1   9.22 G 20.1 18.7 N 13.1 (Par. only?)
  4 N 6.1 11.1(-33) N 20.14 19.20 G 24.1
  5.1 E 15.1 11.30 L 27.1 19.22-24 G 19.1
  5.4 L 14.33 13.2 N 6.1 21 N 36.1 (not TS?)
Ruth
Pentecost (6 Sivan)
1 Samuel
  1.1 G 229.31 & New Year (1 TishrI) acc. to Talmud   2.28 N 3.1 11.14-12.22 N 16.1
  1.11 G 30.22   4.15 G 27.1 12.7 ER 8.16
  2 New Year (1 Tishri)   6.6 E 10.1 15.2 Sabbath Zachor (Adar)
  2.5 G 16.1  6.14 N 4.17 17.13-49 L 16.1
  2.21 G 21.1   8.1 D 17.14 17.37 D 20.10
  2.22 G 25.19, 27.1, 39.7   9.7 G 49.27 28.7 L 21.1
  2.25 E 7.1 10.24 D 17.14 30.1-17 L 16.1
2 Samuel
  5.13(-15) G 25.1   8.14 D 2.2 22 E 15.1 & 7th day of Passover
  6 N 4.17 11.5 G 37.1 22.1-51 D 32.1
  7.4 N 12.1 (not TS?) 15.7 E 4.18 22.10-51 E 32.15 (late TS)
  7.17 E 20.1 16.21 G 35.9 22.31 G 15.1
1 Kings
  1.1 G 24.1   7.51-8.15 E 38.21   8.55 E 35.1
  2.1-12 G 47.28/29   8.1 Tabernacles (15-20 Tijsri)   8.56-58 L 9.1
  2.1 G 48.1   8.2 L 9.1   9.1 G 35.1
  3.15 G 31.38   8.8 E 37.1 10.1 G 22.1
  4.33 Sabbath Parah (Adar)   8.9(-21) D 10.1 10.9 G 14.1
  5.12-6.13 EV; MT: 5.26-6.13; LXX: 5.26-6.10 (LXX lacks EV & MT 6.111-13)   8.12 21 Tishri 17.24 E 18.2
E 25.1   8.28 D 3.23 18.1 L 19.23
  7.13-27 E 35.1   8.32 G 18.25 18.11-39 E 30.11
  7.40-50 E 35.1, 38.21   8.37 G 12.10 18.20-39 E 30.11
  7.49 Dedication (25+ Kislev   8.50 G 43.14 18.39 D 6.4
  7.51 Dedication (25+ Kislev   8.54-62 L 9.1 18.46-19.21 N 25.10
2 Kings
  4.1 G 18.1 12.5-6 Sabbath Shekalim (Adar) 19.29 ? L 19.23
  4.42-5.19 l 12.1 13.3 E 32.11 19.35 E 12.29
  5.1 l 13.29 13.14 G 48.1 20.3 G 17.1
  7.3 l 14.1 13.23 D 10.1 20.8 ? E 3.1
11.17 Sabbath Shekalim (Adar) 18.31 ? D 11.10 23.1-9, 21-25 2nd day, Passover (16 Nisan)
Esther
Purim (14-15 Adar)
Psalms
W.T.Ps. = Psalms used in the Temple each week, the day of the week being given.
16 G 19.24 ? 51.17 L 6.1 ? 93 W.T.Ps. 6th Day
18.31(= 2 Sam 22.31) G 15.1 ? 68 Pentecost (6 Sivan) 94 W.T.Ps. 4th+ Day
24 W.T.Ps. 1stDay 76 Tabernacles (15-21 Tishri) 103-107 Tabernacles (15-21 Tishri)
27 L 16.1 ? (with H = 1 Sam 30.1-17 ?) 78.36-37 G 19.1 (with H = Isa 17.14) 110 G 17.1
29 Pentecost (6 Sivan) 81 W.T.Ps. 5th Day 113-118 Passover (15 Nisan), Pentecost (6 Sivan), Tabernacles (15-21 Tishri), Dedication (25+ Kislev), & New Moons
42/43 Tabernacles (15-21 Tishri) 82 W.T.Ps. 3rd Day
48 W.T.Ps. 2nd Day 92 W.T.Ps. Sabbath 118 Tabernacles (15-21 Tishri)
Proverbs
3.19 G 1.1 (with H = Isa 28.16)
Song of Songs
Passover (15 Nisan)
Isaiah
  1.1 G 15.1 & 34.11 E 8.16 54.9-11 G 6.9
D 16.1 & 35.1 E 19.1 & 54.9-17 G 6.9
D 28.1 &       ? L 15.25 & 54.9-55.5 G 6.9
  1.1-28 D 16.1 N 33.1 54.10-11 G 17.1
  1.10 G 42.18 37.31 G 25.1 &
  1.19 L 11.1 & G 3`7.1 .0 D 11.26
L 26.2 & 38.3 E 32.13 54.16 ? E 32.7
D 1.1 40.1-26 D 3.23



G 42.1 &
E 10.21

  1.19-20 D 11.26 40.11 E 3.1
  3.10 L 22.26 40.26 G 2.4 55.1
  3.13 ? G 28.13 (TS?) 41.2-14 G 14.1 55.1-22 D 26.1
  3.16-17 ? L 14.1 41.19 ? E 26.15 55.2 G 49.1 &
  4 Pentecost ? 41.19 E 37.1 D 28.1
  4.1 G 30.22 42.1 E 4.18 55.11 G 39.1
  4.3 L 19.1 42.5-43.10 G 1.1 55.12(-13) E 4.18
  4.6 D 8.1 42.7 G 8.15 55.13 ? E 35.30
  5.16 L 19.1 42.8 E 6.2 55.15 G 29.31
  6.1-13 E 19.1 & 42.13 D 21.10 55.17 E 25.1
E 21.1

E 12.43
Pentecost 42.16 E 20.1/2 56.1
  6.13 E 11.1 42.24-45.7 G 1.1 56.3
  8 D 16.18 43.1 G 36=5.9 57.15 L 16.1 (possibly not TS post-70 BCE, when began to use for Atonement) &
10.24 E 8.12 43.4 N 3.40 Atonement (10 Tishri &
10.32 ? E 13.17 (TS?) & 43.7 E 31.1        ? D 6.4
D 14.22 43.11 E 20.1/2 57.17 ?

 14.1

11.2-9 G 41.38 43.21 L 1.1 58.2 E 16.4
12.3 N 21.16 at Qumran 43.22 G 49.1 58.7-59.1 L 25.5
(not TS in TC) 44.1 G 16.1 58.13-59.1 E 16.28
12.3(-14.2) G 24.42 45.9 N 14.1 & 58.13-59.3 E 16.28
17.9 L 15.1 N 11.23 59.15-16 G 6.5
17.10 N 5.1 45.13 E 13.17 60.7 E 27.1
17.14 G 19.1 45.18 G 1.1 60.7-17 E 27.1
19 E 10.1 46.3 D 29.1 60.13 E 39.33
19.19 G 35.1 46.3-4 E 13.1 60.18 G 6.9 &
21.11 G 32.3 46.3/6 G 27.1 D 16.18
21.11-24.16  E 12.29 48.6 ? D 4.25 61.1 G 35.9
23.8 L 14.33 48.10-49.3 E 22.25 61.1-2 D 15.1
24.2 ? L 25.39 48.12 G 49.1 61.6(-10) E 19.6
25.2 D 4.41 49.9-14 early G 9.18 61.6 E 29.1
25.8 G 30.22 49.9-23 later G 9.18 61.9(-10) G 20.1
27.6 E 1.1 49.10 E 16.1 61.10-62.12 D 6.4
28.16 ? D 10.1 49.14 G 42.18 61.10-63.9 D 29.9
29.8 G 41.1 49.14-51.4 D 7.12 62.2 E 1.1
29.10 G 18.17 51.2 G 24.1  62.8 G 26.12
29.18-30.18 G 5.1 51.6 G 2.4 63.11 E 15.22
30.20 E 39.33 51.12-52.12 D 16.18 64.4 ? G 40.1
31.5 ? E 12.2` (TS?) 51.16 G 18.17 65.8(-23) G 12.1
31.5 D 22.6 52.3(-5) G 39.1  65.17-25 G 1.1
32.18? G 37.1 52.2-53.5 G 39.1 65.22 G 20.1
32.18 E 38.21 52.6 E 6.2 65.23 G 25.19 &
33.7 G 22.1 52.13 E 4.18 &  G 26.12
33.13 E 18.1        ? E 6.2 66.1-11 E 26.1
33.16 E 16.4 54.1 G 25.19  66.3 L 17.1
33.17 G 18.1 54.1-11 D 21.10 66.7 L 12.1
34.8 G 19.24 54.2 E 26.7 66.12 D 20.10
66.23 New Moons
Jeremiah
  1.1 E 1.1 13.10 N 14.11 31.19 ? L 1.1 &
  1.1-2.3 N 1.1 14.10 N 14.11         ?? L 4.1 &
  1.5 E 33.12 15.16 ? L 10.8 L 23.1 &
  2.1 N 2.1 & 16.9-17.14 L 26.3 New Year (1 Tishri)
   N 32.1 & 21.8 D 11.26 31.20 New Year
D 9.1 22.18-23.3/4? L 15.25 (32.6-22 & L 25.1 New Year 
  2.4 E 18.1 22.30 G 3.22 acc. to Talmud)
  2.4-28 N 33.1 23.9 D 12.20 31.32 ? E 31.18 &
  2.31 ? N 1.1 29.8 D 18.1 E 34.27
  4.2 N 30.1 30.4 D 1.1 32.16 D 3.23
  4.19-5.18 N 5.11 30.10 G 31.3 & 33.25 G 17.1
  5.20 ? L 23.9 New Year (1 Tishri) 34.10 Pentecost (6 Sivan)
  7.21-23 L 6.1 30.17 ? E 33.1 34.8-22 (&
  7.21-9.24 L 6.1 30.18 E 38.21 33.25 f.) E 21.1
  8.13 ? N 14.11 30.20 G 11.1 38.7 G 37.1 ? or
  9.23-25 D 8.1 30.21 G 44.18 & G 38.1
11.16 E 27.20 E 28.1 42.12 43.13
12.8 N 14.1 31.8 E 13.1 46.13 E 10.1
12.15 D 30.11 31.15 G 15.1 51.50 D 28.1
Lamentations
9th of Ab
(Note: Baruch is a homily for the 9th of Ab based on Deut 28 & Lev 26, which are cited by the Tosephta as readings for the 9th of Ab.)
Ezekiel
  1.1 G 1.1 & 18.17 E 22.25 38.10 G 6.5
   Pentecost (6 Sivan) 20.1 E 1.1 38.14-15 N 11.16
  8.1-14 D 13.1 20.2 L 19.1 38.14 ff. N 11.16
12.20 L 26.3 20.41 L 1.1 43.10-27 E 27.20
14.1 L 20.1 22.1 L 18.1 43.27 L 8.1
14.12-22 ? N 16.1 22.1-16 L 16.1 44.11 ? L 3.1 (a TS?)
16.1 E 1.1 & 22.26 ? L 10.8 44.15 N 17.1 &
L 18.1 & 25.13 E 922 (a TS?)           ? L 21.1 &
L 20.1 28.13 G 3.22           ? D 33.1
16.6 G 34.1 28.25(-26) E 6.2 44.17 ? L 8.1
17.22 D 32.1 34.(25-28) L 25.14 & 44.20 L 21.1
17.24 G 21.1 L 26.3 44.27 ? L 16.1
18.1 L 5.1 36.25 S. Parah (Adar) 44.29 ? N 18.25 (a TS?)
18.4-17 L 4.1 36.29 G 26.1 45.1 N 34.1
18.14 E 22.25 37.12 N 11.16 45.12 S. Shekalim (Adar)
45.17 New Moons
45.18 S. Hachodesh (Adar)
Hosea
  2.1 N 1.1 ?   5.7 G 22.20 12.1 G 38.1 ?
N 2.1 10.2 N 16.1 21.1-14.10
  2.14 ? E 4.27 10.11 G 46.28 12.12 (MT: G 37.1
  4.14 N 5.11 11.10 ? G 27.33    12.13) G 28.10
  14.3 E 29.1
Hosea/Joel
14.2-10 & J 2.15-17 D 32.1 14.6-J 1 & 2 G 27.28 14.7-J1.14 &/or 2.14 E 27.10
14.6 G 27.28
Joel (see above)
2.1 D 5.1 2.30 E 7.8 3.13-Amos 1.12 G 32.3
2..28 (MT: 3.1) G 28.12 3.13 (MT: 4.13) G 32.3 3.18 N 25.1
Amos (see Joel)
1 - 2 G 40.1 4.12(-5.8) ? D 7.12 9.7 L 18.1 &
2.6 G 37.1 7         ? L 25.14 L 19.1
2.9 ? D 2.31 8.4 G 42.1 9.15 ? D 9.1
4.7 G 19.14 9.1      ? G 28.13 (a TS?)
Obadiah
1-21 G 32.2 (MT: 32.4) 18, 21 ? D 2.2
Jonah
1.1 l 18.1 & 2.2-9 Atonement (10 Tishri)
Minhah  (offering) for Atonement (10 Tishri)
Micah
1.1 D 23.9 5.6-6.8 N 22.1 6.3-7.20 G 31.3
2.12 G 49.1 6.1 L 22.26 6.9-7.8 L 1.1 &
4.11-5.6 ? G 14.1 6.3 L 23.1 & 5, 6 or 7 Tishri
5.4-7.7 D 11.10           ? N 14.11 & 7.9 G 8.15
5.6 G 27.18 New Year (1 Nisan) 7.15-Nah 1.7 E 11.1
& Passover (15 Nisan w. L 23.4 ff.)
Nahum (see Micah)
1.12-2.6; 1.7 G 33.18 (The only H with backward skipping)
Habakkuk
1.7 ? L 15.1 3 Pentecost (6 Sivan) 3.2-19 G 8.1
2.2 E 34.1 3.2-5 G 8.1 3.6 ? L 11.1
Zephaniah
1.12 L 24.1 (TS & H read at Dedication, 25 Kislev) 1.17 ? G 40.1 3.9 G 11.1
Haggai
2.6 E 11.1 2.8 E 25.1
Zechariah
  2.10-4.7 N 10.8 10.6 G 46.28 13.8-14.9 N 10.1
  4.2 L 24.1 & 11.1 G 46.28 (TS in TC 14.1 ? G 34.1 &
Dedication (25 Kislev) for Dedication, 25 Kislev) 14.1 Tabernacles, 15-21 Tishri) &
  5.3-6.14 L 5.1 11.12 ? D 15.1 G 49.27
  9.10 ? G 14.1 13.1 N 19.1
Malachi
1.1-2.7 G 25.19 2.4 ? G 46.28 (TS in TC for Dedication, 25 Kislev) 3.18-4.6 G 19.1
1.9-2.7 (omit 1.12-14?) ? N 6.22 2.5 N 25.10 4.1 ? G 18.25
1.11 E 30.1 3.1 E 23.20
2.1 L 16.1 3.4-12 L 6.12 (H &TS conn. w. Minhah, i.e., offering)

Table III:  Torah readings with associated haptharoth

Abbreviations and symbols

AB = Aggadath Hereshith (Haggadath Genesis) om = omit, omitted, omission
AC = Annual Cycle Par = Parashiyah (Pentateuchal reading
All = Found in all sources in AC
b. = Babylonian Talmud Pes = Pesikta
(followed by Tractate) Pet = Petikta
Babyl. = Babylonian PTal = Palestinian (or Jerusalem) Talmud
bec. = because Q = preserved by the Qaraites (= Karaites)
BMR = Bemidbar Rabba (Numbers Rabba) ref = reference, referring
Bodl. = Bodleian Library, Oxford rel = relate, related, relation
BR = Bereshith Rabba (Genesis Rabba) RH = Rosh haShanah (New Year)
c = (in LR column) contrasting subject matter s = similarity of subject
c. = (before date) circa, approximately Sab = Sabbath
c. = (e.g 1st c.) century CE Si = Siphre (Midrash on Numbers)
cj = conjecture sl = slight connection
conn = connected, connection SR = Shemoth Rabba (Exodus Rabba)
DD = Damascus Document (related to Dead T = Tanhuma = Y
Sea sect at Qumran) Tal = Talmud (Babylonian - complete;
DR = Debarim Rabba (Deuteronomy Rabba) Jerusalem - incomplete; unless latter
DSD = Community Rule of Dead Sea sect is noted, the former is meant)
at Qumran Targ = Targum on the Prophets, a
DSH = Hodayoth, Thanksgiving Psalms of continuation of TOnk
Qumran sect TB = Midrasch Tanchuma (Buber)
e = (superscript) apparently early or earlier TC = Triennial Cycle
fr = from TJer Jerusalem (pseudo-Jonathan) Targum
G = Geniza manuscript(s) (on Pentateuch)
Gu = Guilding, 4th Gospel & Jewish Worship TOnk = Targum of Onkelos (on Pentateuch)
H, HH = Haphtarah, haphtaroth TS, TSS = Torah Seder, Torah Sedarim (readings
h = homiletic connection from Pentateuch in TC if not otherwise
indic = indicate noted)
j. = Jerusalem Talmud v = verbal similarity
(followed by Tractate) v sl = very slight connection
K = preserved by the Karaites (= Qaraites) VYR = Vayyiqra Rabba (Leviticus Rabba)
ltgy = liturgy w = with
ltgl = liturgical Y = Yelammedenu
M. = Mishnah YK = Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement)
Mas = Massorah SYMBOLS
Meg. = Megillah (= 'Scroll'), i.e Book of Esther + = plus., along with
b.Meg. = Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Megillah = after an H = apparently
M.Meg. = MIshnah, Tractate Megillah current usage in 1st c. CE (often known
MHG = Midrash haGadol (Numbers Midrash) from use in NT)
Mid = Midrash, midrashim (plural) (includes ! = H may have originally stopped here,
AB,BMR,BR,DR,MHG,Si,SR,T,TB,VYR,Y) since only verse(s) cited is/are
MS, MSS = Geniza manuscript(s) used by Büchler, Mann & Cave; of unknown dates, they similar in subject to TS
record Palestinian traditions. @ = at
MT = Massoretic text (of OT) ? = H of uncertain probability
n (or ?) = no apparent connection () = bracketed materials are usually uncertain
Büchler Adolph Büchler, "The Reading of the Law and the Prophets in a Triennial Cycle, JQR o.s. 5 (1893), 6 (1894), reprinted in J. J. Petuchowski, ed., Contributions to the Scientific Study of Jewish Liturgy (New York: KTAV, 1970).
LEH C. H. Cave, Lectionary of  the Synagogue and the Epistle to the Hebrews (unpublished MA thesis, Nottingham , 1962) LS&SG C. H. Cave, Lectionary of the Synagogue and the Synoptic Gospels (unpublished BD thesis, Nottingham, 1964)

The material on Genesis through Deteronomy is set out in four columns:
1) Torah Seder (plural; sedarim): most of these are early and fairly certain.
2) Haphtarah (plural: haphtaroth): the prophetic lections were generally later and not as fixed, varying both geographically and with time.
3) The literary relation  (LR) of the haphtarah to the torah seder:
      
s - similar subject, therefore likely to be early in origin.
        v - verbal similarity, therefore likely to be later in origin.
4) Sources indicating the haphtarah (see above table for abbreviations).

Because of the size of these tables, there are set out separately.  The links are below.

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Detailed Notes on the Sedarim & Haphtaroth drawn C. H. Cave's Theses