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  • Robert Kraft
    The following was circulated to the IOSCS list by Karen Jobes (as secretary), and will also be of interest here: 1. The IOSCS is pleased to announce that the
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 25, 2007
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      The following was circulated to the IOSCS list by Karen Jobes (as
      secretary), and will also be of interest here:

      1. The IOSCS is pleased to announce that the New English Translation of the
      Septuagint is now available in print from Oxford University Press (ISBN
      978-0-19-528975-6). Hats off to Al Pietersma and Ben Wright for their
      leadership on this long project and for editing the volume. Many thanks
      also to the many translators who worked to make this project a reality.

      2. Preparation has begun for the new Bibliography of the Septuagint,
      1994-2008 (T.M. Law, C.Dogniez, P.J.Gentry, eds.). The editors kindly
      request the assistance of all scholars in gathering material so that the
      publication of this new Bibliography may be as thorough as possible. All are
      invited to send off-prints or any bibliographic information that might be of
      help. Many publications have material important to the study of the
      Septuagint, but are unfortunately overlooked because the relevance may not
      be seen in the title of the work; thus, the editors are grateful if our
      colleagues could also point us to such publications. Please feel free to
      send any material either electronically to timothy.law@..., or
      to T.M. Law, Wolfson College, Oxford OX2 6UD, United Kingdom. We thank you
      in advance, The Editors.

      Bob Kraft, UPenn
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