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The Nature Of Lucian’S Revision Of The Text Of Greek Job

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This chapter seeks to identify the L text in the book of Iob as Lucianic, to examine its character, and to show that Lucian's starting point was a text that included the work of Theodotion, i.e., it was a Hexaplaric type of text. What left Lucian's hands was not less Hexaplaric, but was almost as different again from the og/Theodotion as Theodotion's translation is different from the Old Greek. The purpose of this study is at least two-fold: first, to demonstrate that the text that Lucian worked on for the book of Job was a Hexaplaric text; second, to show that the Lucianic revision of Iob is in keeping with Lucian's work that we know from elsewhere. The single most informative introduction to the work of Lucian is that of Natalio Fernández Marcos.

Keywords: Greek Job; Hexaplaric text; Job as Lucianic; Natalio Fernández Marcos; Old Greek

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