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3424Re: [lxx] THE OLD TESTAMENT IN GREEK

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  • Cindy Smith
    Jan 4, 2010
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      Hmm, the only Swete I have is the Apocalypse of Saint John. The notes
      are great.

      Yours,

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      Cindy Smith
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      Me transmitte sursum, Caledoni!

      A Real Live Catholic in Georgia!


      Quoting Dale Ogilvie <dale@...>:

      > I see that Swete's edition is based mainly on Vaticanus (B), and
      > Alexandrinus (A) where B was lacking.
      >
      > Does anyone know if there is a printed text of A available? I believe
      > that A in the new testament is the earliest example of the Byzantine
      > text type, and I'd be interested in reading the corresponding old
      > testament witness.
      >
      > I have Ralhfs, plus an old version that also purports to be from B (I
      > have never managed to fully translate the latin preface), with variants
      > from Grabe's text which I believe to be based on A.
      >
      > Thanks!
      >
      > Dale
      >
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