XVI Congress of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies, Stellenbosch, 2016 / number 71

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Corporate author / creator:International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies. Congress (16th : 2016 : Stellenbosch, South Africa)
Imprint:Atlanta : SBL Press, [2019]
Description:xi, 262 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Series:Septuagint and cognate studies ; number 71
Septuagint and cognate studies series ; no. 71.
Subject:Bible. -- Old Testament. -- Greek -- Versions -- Septuagint -- Congresses.
Bible. -- Old Testament.
Bibel -- Altes Testament -- Septuaginta
Conference papers and proceedings.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11950278
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Other authors / contributors:Kotzé, Gideon R., editor.
Kraus, Wolfgang, 1955- editor.
Meer, Michaël N. van der, editor.
Notes:"The sixteenth congress of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies (IOSCS) was held in Stellenbosch, South Africa, from 4 to 5 September 2016, in conjunction with the congresses of the International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament (IOSOT), the International Organization for Targumic Studies (IOTS), and the Internationa Syriac Language Project (ISLP). These congresses were cohosted by Stellenbosch University, the Old Testament Society of Southern AFrica (OTSSA), and the Souther African Society for Near Eastern Studies (SASNES)."--Page 1.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Summary:This latest volume from the International Organization for Septauagint and Cognate Studies (IOSCS) includes the papers given at the XVI Congress of the IOSCS, South Africa, in 2016. The articles contribute to the study of the Septuagint and cognate literature by identifying and discussing new topics and lines of inquiry and developing fresh insights and arguments in existing areas of research. With contributions by seasoned specialists as well as up-and-comers from four continents (Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America), the volume is truly representative of the internation community of Septuagint scholarship. Scholars and students interested in different methods of studying the Septuagint corpora, the theology and reception of these texts, as well as the works of Josephus will find in this collection critical information for future work in Septuagint studies.
Other form:Online version: International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies. Congress (16th : 2016 : Stellenbosch, South Africa) XVI Congress of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies, Stellenbosch, 2016 Atlanta, GA, USA : SBL Press, [2019] 9780884143611
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Gideon R. Kotzé, Wolfgang Kraus, Machaël N. van der Meer
  • Josephus, Origen, and John the Baptist : exposing a Christian apologist's deceit / Nicholas Peter Legh Allen
  • The ending of the Canticum Mosis (Deuteronomy 32: 43) and its reception in Hebrews 1:6 : a fresh look / Elena Belenkaja
  • Three elders : Onias III, Eleazar, and Razis as the embodiment of Judaism in 2 Maccabees / Eugene Coetzer
  • Demetrius and the early reception of the Septuagint / Gunnar M. Eidsvåg
  • Was the earth invisible (LXX Gen 1:2)? : a response to Pieter W. van der Horst / Robert J. V. Hiebert
  • A semiotic approach to analyzing the widows and orphans s an index in 2 Maccabees 3:10 / Pierre J. Jordaan
  • Just like puericide : the Greek translation and interpretation of a debated Hebrew phrase in Lamentations 1:20 / Gideo R. Kotzé
  • Psalm 40(39):7-9 in the Hebrew Bible and in the Septuagint, with its reception in the New Testament (Heb 10:5-10 / Wolfgang Kraus
  • Samaria's downfall in the versions : the Masoretic text, Vaticanus, and the so-called Lucianic recension / Jonathan M. Robker
  • [Wly] : perhaps in the Septuagint / Seppo Sipilä
  • Rethinking the original language of the Book of Judith / Satoshi Toda
  • Visio Dei in the Septuagint / Michaël N. van der Meer
  • Doublets in the catena of the Paris Psalter : an analysis of Psalms 1, 3, and 5 / Leontien Vanderschelden
  • The future indicative as imperative in the Septuagint.