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New Hexaplaric Readings To The LXX 1 Kings

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This chapter presents ten examples chosen from 1 Kings from the Collectio Coisliniana, edited by Françoise Petit, and shows how new readings from the catenae manuscripts may, in different ways, contribute to the new edition of the Hexaplaric material. The essay demonstrates the need for the new edition of Hexaplaric material. This has become evident when new scientific editions of the Fathers and of the catenae, which include Hexaplaric material, have been published. The secondary versions are another source of Hexaplaric readings, especially the Armenian as Claude Cox has brilliantly demonstrated. The chapter comments on the readings of ten examples, which contribute to the rescue of new Hexaplaric material. These represent material unknown until now and others which improve the reading of the text known or published throughout by Field or the Hexapla apparatus of Brooke-McLean-Thackeray's edition.

Keywords: catenae manuscripts; Collectio Coisliniana; Françoise Petit; Hexaplaric material; LXX 1 Kings



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