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LXXSeptuagint (Greek Translation of Hebrew Bible, Ca. 70 BC)
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First, he has studied all the literature on sexuality in the Bible including the LXX translation of the OT, in all the literature on sexuality of Second Temple Judaism, and on sexuality as related to the Jesus traditions.
In this volume the editors, in a most welcome emphasis, stress the value and impact of the LXX on many aspects of Christian and Jewish cultures in Byzantium.
He discusses investigating the translator's manner of translating, the vorlage of LXX Ezekiel 40-48, near and far contexts of the rendering, and the translator and his target readership.
(15) None of these Greek expressions has an analogue in the LXX.
This is the only time among the 2606 occurrences of elohim that the King James version translates it as "angels." This follows the LXX [Septuagint] and is commonly adopted by other translations.
lxx) is acknowledged as the innovatory and characterizing trait of Leopardi's lyricism and a prominent marker of difference from the idylls of both the classical and modern Italian tradition.
This is a very handsome, and lively, collection of essays organized around the Textual-Critical study of the transmission of the Septuagint (LXX) and the New Testament.
Tickers featured: BNP:TSE, CQL:TSE, ECA, ESI:TSE, LXX:TSE, PCZ, PDS, RRI:TSE, SEM:TSE, THY:TSE, TKE:TSE, TLM, ZAR:TSE.
After a sketch of the history of interpretation and clarification of terminology, LaGrand investigates references to Israel and the nations in the Old Testament, LXX, and Apocrypha, as well as in writings roughly contemporary with the New Testament.