4042Re: [LXX] Book of Odes
- Jun 27, 2014If you're wanting something in English you might have a look at my
dissertation (defended in 2006, Marquette University) on the Biblical Odes
in the Codex Alexandrinus--which contains the earliest manuscript witness
to the collection. My main sources, apart from the manuscript itself, were
Heinrich Schneider's monograph (in German), divided into a series of
articles published in the mid-twentieth century, and a few more recent
articles by Sysse Gudrung Engberg. So far as I know, my dissertation is
the most extensive study in English.
On Fri, 27 Jun 2014, Filotheu Monahul filotheu@... [LXX] wrote:
> Dear all,
> I need a very extensive study on the Book of Odes. The introduction of Swete is very scarce in informations on manuscripts and patristic testimonies.
> Do you know any better study dedicated to this book?
> Monk Filotheus
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