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Qumran Readings In Agreement With The Septuagint Against The Masoretic Text Part Two: Joshua–Judges

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This chapter aims to provide scholars with a tool that allows for easy consultation of the few verses of the books of Joshua and Judges in agreement with the Septuagint against the Masoretic text attested in the manuscripts from Qumran. The list hopefully covers the entire Bible in the near future. At the end of this contribution the reader finds the bibliographic reference of the editio princeps of all of the quoted manuscripts as well as a brief palaeographical description. On the other hand, the reader needs to refer to the article in Henoch for more detailed bibliographic information as well as for the methodological assumptions underlying this project. All in all, it is a privilege and a pleasure to offer this brief step forward in author's research to Florentino García Martínez in modest gratitude for all that he has taught to author and an entire generation of scholars.

Keywords: Bible; Florentino García Martínez; Joshua; Judges; Masoretic text; Qumran; Septuagint



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