A concordance to the Septuagint and the other Greek versions of the Old Testament (including the Apocryphal books)

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Baker Books, 1998 - 1865 pages
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For over one hundred years, this resource has been an indispensable tool for biblical scholars. Now back by demand, the second edition includes an extensive Hebrew index by internationally renowned Septuagint scholar Takamitsu Muraoka, which lists all of the Greek words used to translate each Hebrew and Aramaic word. This edition also includes an introductory essay by Septuagint scholars Robert Kraft and Emanuel Tov and an improved system for utilizing the appendices.

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User Review  - waltzmn - LibraryThing

Either you need it or you don't. That's all that can be said about these volumes. If you are a student of the Greek Old Testament (the Septuagint, or LXX), there is no substitute. No other substantial ... Read full review

User Review  - Leonard Wee - Christianbook.com

I am giving this tool a 5-star rating simply because it remains an indispensable tool for Septuaginta studies. Although modern computer software can do far more complex grammatical and lexical ... Read full review


Concordance to the Septuagint i1497
Greek Ecclesiasticus with Hebrew Equivalents 163
Hexaplaric Fragments 197
HebrewAramaic Index to the Septuagint

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About the author (1998)

Edwin Hatch (1835-1889) graduated from Pembroke College, Oxford, and served as a minister, professor, theologian, and Septuagint scholar. Henry A. Redpath (1848-1908) was a minister and biblical scholar. He graduated from Oxford where he later served as a Grinfield lecturer on the Septuagint.

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