Septuagint Bibliography: Search Results

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ID:141
Author:de Vinck, José M.; Contos, Leonidas C.
Year:2000
Title:The Psalms translated from the Greek Septuagint
Publisher:Baker Academic
Abstract:Translation of the Psalms from an orthodox tradition
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ID:142
Author:de Waard, Jan
Year:1990
Title:Old Greek Translation Techniques and the Modern Translator
Pages:311-19
Journal:Bible Translator
Volume:41
Issue:3
Abstract:Differences between the Masoretic and Septuagint texts give insight into translation principles used by ancient Greek translators. Principles such as making implicit information explicit, substituting generic information for specific, using positive-negative transformations, and preferring contextual concordance over verbal concordance affirm modern procedures. (c) Religious and Theological Abstracts
Keywords:Translation Technique; Translating

ID:143
Author:de Waard, Jan
Year:1999
Title:The Septuagint Proverbs as a Translational Model?
Pages:304-13
Journal:Bible Translator
Volume:50
Keywords:Proverbs

ID:144
Author:de Waard, Jan
Year:forthcoming
Title:Some Unusual Translation Techniques Employed by the Greek Translator of Proverbs
Collection Title:Congress volume IOSCS Helsinki
Keywords:Proverbs

ID:145
Author:Dell'Acoua, Anna P.
Year:1999
Title:Il Pentateuco dei LXX testimone di istituzioni di eta tolemaica
Pages:171-200
Journal:Annali di Sciencze Religioze
Volume:4
Keywords:Pentateuch

ID:146
Author:Dell'Acoua, Anna P.
Year:1998
Title:Innovazioni lessicali eattributi divini: una caratteristica del Giudaismo allessandrino?
Collection Title:La Parola di Dio cresceva (At 12,24). Scritti in onore di C.M. Martini nel suo 70° compleanno
Editor:Fabris, R. (a cura di)
Place:Bologna
Publisher:EDB
Pages:87-108
Series:Supplementi alla Rivista Biblica 33
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ID:147
Author:den Hertog, Cornelius G.
Year:1996
Title:Drei Studien zur Übersetzungstechnik des griechischen Josuabuches
Pages:22-52
Journal:BIOSCS
Volume:29
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ID:148
Year:1997
Collection Title:Deuteronomy and Deuteronomic Literature: Festschrift C.H.W. Brekelmans
Editor:Vervenne, Marc; Lust, Johan
Place:Leuven
Publisher:Leuven University Press/Peeters
Series:Bibliotheca Ephemeridum theologicarum Lovaniensium 133
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ID:149
Author:Diamond, A. R. Pete
Year:1990
Title:Jeremiah's Confessions in the LXX and MT: A Witness to Developing Canonical Function?
Pages:33-50
Journal:Vetus Testamentum
Volume:40
Issue:1
Abstract:Tests the two-edition model of Jeremiah, usually based on the prose passages, on the confessions, using three tables of analysis: (1) the LXX effaces prophetically specific readings; (2) the LXX exploits generic connections to cultic laments; and (3) zero variants. Concludes that ancient exegetes did not seek historical meaning, that the LXX represents Jeremiah as an intercessor while the Deuteronomistic MT saw him as a second Moses, and that the existence of multivalent readings is retrojected into the creative stages of prophetic tradition. (c) Religious and Theological Abstracts
Keywords:Texual Criticism--Jeremiah

ID:150
Author:Dietrich, Walter
Year:1996
Title:Die Erzahlungen von David und Goliat in I Sam 17
Pages:172-91
Journal:Z fur die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft
Volume:108
Issue:2
Abstract:Although seemingly artfully arranged, the great narrative in 1 Sam 17 did not come from one source. Already the translators of the Septuagint detected problems in the text, and they created a shorter version that is more easily harmonizable with the context. The Hebrew version derives from two narratives - one dealing with the victory of an unknown soldier, who used a slingshot, and the other dealing with the victory of the shepherd boy David over Goliath. The compiler of these narratives introduced clear theological accents. The tradition history of the victory over Goliath developed from 2 Sam 21:19, 1 Sam 21:10, and the different stages of 1 Sam 17 until it ended with pacifistic notice in 1 Sam 17:47: The LORD does not save by sword and spear. (c) Religious and Theological Abstracts
Keywords:Textual Criticism--Samuel; Theology


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