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The Greek Chronicles: The Relation of the Septuagint of I and II Chronicles to the Massoretic Text

Allen, Leslie C.

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ISBN 10: 9004039139 / ISBN 13: 9789004039131
Published by E. J. Brill, Leiden, 1974
Condition: vg Hardcover

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Ex library. 8vo. Volume I: The Translator's Craft. viii,240pp. Volume II: Textual criticism. xii,182pp. Blind-stamped brown cloth with gold lettering on spine. Library inventory sticker near tail of spine. Minor age wear on binding. Small library number stamp on free front endpaper, stamp of "Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion" on title-, and last page. Remnants of 'date due' slip on rear endpaper. "This work is a revised and, one trusts, improved form of a thesis submitted to the University of London for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in 1968.Intended as a contribution to the study of the text of the Bible, the work was inspired by an appreciation of the worth of God's Word." Text in English with some Hebrew and Greek. Binding in good, interior in overall very good condition. Volume XXV & XXVI of the series 'Supplements to Vetus Testamentum'. Bookseller Inventory # 20843

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Title: The Greek Chronicles: The Relation of the ...

Publisher: E. J. Brill, Leiden

Publication Date: 1974

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:vg

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'...ce travail s'inscrit dans la ligne des meilleurs traveuax sur la LXX.'
P.-M. Bogaert, Scriptorium, 1976.
'...marked by great learning, sharpness of mind and an independent approach to the problems.'
G.D. Kilpatrick, J.S.S., 1977
'...ein Werk das grundlegende Bedeutung behalten wird.'
Georg Bertram, Theologische Literaturzeitung, 1977.
'...travail scientifique très soigné.'
Mathias Delcor, Bulletin de Littterature Écclessiastique, 1976.
'This is in almost every respect a model of what such a study should be: and, by and large, readable to boot.'
D. Cook, Journal of Theological Studies, 1975.
'Für die weitere LXX-Forschung ust das Werk unentbehrlich.'
Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, 1975.

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