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ID:91
Year:1973
Collection Title:A classified bibliography of the Septuagint
Editor:Brock, Sebastian P.; Fritsch, Charles T.; Jellicoe, Sidney
Place:Leiden
Publisher:Brill
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ID:92
Author:Clifford, Richard J.
Year:1997
Title:Observations on the Text and Versions of Proverbs
Collection Title:Wisdom, You Are My Sister
Place:Washington, DC
Publisher:Catholic Biblical Assoc of America
Pages:47-61
Keywords:Proverbs

ID:93
Author:Collins, Nina L.
Year:1992
Title:281 BCE: the year of the translation of the Pentateuch into Greek under Ptolemy II
Collection Title:Septuagint, scrolls and cognate writings
Editor:Brooke, George J.; Lindars, Barnabas
Place:Atlanta
Publisher:Scholars Press
Pages:403-503
Keywords:History

ID:94
Author:Collins, Nina L.
Year:1994
Title:Evidence in the Sepuagint of a Tradition in Which the Israelites Left Egypt without Pharaoh's Consent
Pages:442-48
Journal:Catholic Biblical Quarterly
Volume:56
Issue:3
Abstract:Three passages in the MT of Exodus suggest that the Israelites left Egypt without Pharaoh's consent. Evidence exists to suggest that otherwise apparently meaningless details in the LXX of Exod 3:21 and 11:2-3 were present in the Hebrew Vorlage of the translation into Greek. This strengthens the possibility that two traditions existed about the Exodus. In the first it is linked with the might of God; in the second it is achieved by guile. (c) Religious and Theological Abstracts
Keywords:Textual Criticism

ID:95
Author:Collins, Nina L.
Year:2000
Title:The library in Alexandria and the Bible in Greek
Place:Boston
Publisher:Brill
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ID:96
Year:1993
Collection Title:A comprehensive bilingual concordance of the Hebrew and Greek texts of Ecclesiastes
Editor:Jarick, John
Place:Atlanta
Publisher:Scholars Press
Abstract:on the basis of a computer program by Galen Marquis
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ID:97
Year:2000
Collection Title:A concordance to the Septuagint and the other Greek versions of the Old Testament (including the Apocryphal books), 2. ed.
Editor:Hatch, Edwin; Redpath, Henry A.
Place:Grand Rapids
Publisher:Baker Books
Journal:BIOSCS
Volume:33
Abstract:See also Johann Cook "Review of Hatch and Redpath's Concordance to the Septuagint, 2nd edition"
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ID:98
Author:Constant, Pierre
Year:1992
Title:Forme textuelle et justesse doctrinale de l'Ancien Testament dans le Nouveau: La citation du Psaume 16 dans le discours d'Actes 2 (The Textual Form and Appropriateness of the Old Testament in the New: The Citation of Psalm 16 in the Discourse of Acts 2)
Pages:4-15
Journal:Baptist Review of Theology/La Revue Baptiste de Theologie
Volume:2
Issue:1
Abstract:Sermons in Acts appeal to the OT to support faith in the messiahship of Jesus, particularly his resurrection. Peter and Paul attempt to demonstrate the resurrection of the Messiah as prophesied (Acts 2:24-43; 13:34-37). Does Ps 16 really speak of the resurrection of the Messiah? According to some scholars, only the LXX text fits the argument. Demonstrates the contrary: the form of the citation from Ps 16 in the first discourse of Peter in Acts serves as a paradigm. The resurrection of the Messiah was already in view in the OT; David foresaw it. It is not necessary that the primary significance of Ps 16 refers entirely to the Messiah. The words can apply to David - assurance that his communion with God continued despite death - even though he did not understand how God would realize this. Ps 16 can also apply to Jesus, the Messiah whose body was not abandoned to death, but was resurrected. (French) (c) Religious and Theological Abstracts
Keywords:Theology; LXX in NT

ID:99
Author:Cook, Edward M.
Year:1994
Title:1 Samuel XX 26 - XXI 5 According to 4QSamb
Pages:442-54
Journal:Vetus Testamentum
Volume:44
Issue:4
Abstract:Transcribes and discusses the largest fragment of 4QSamb. The pattern of agreement and disagreements with the texts of MT and LXX shows that most of the preferable major readings belong to the scroll when it agrees with the LXX. Emmanuel Tov takes the approach that such a text cannot be labeled Septuagintal in the presence of numerous disagreements and unique readings. The answer is that collation and improvement of texts is not a modern phenomenon, but was practiced already in this period. (c) Religious and Theological Abstracts
Keywords:Textual Criticism--Samuel

ID:100
Author:Cook, Johann
Year:1999
Title:Apocalyptic terminology in Septuagint Proverbs
Pages:251-64
Journal:JNSL
Volume:25
Issue:1
Keywords:Proverbs; Theology; Apocalypticism


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