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Light From 1qisaa On The Translation Technique Of The Old Greek Translator Of Isaiah

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This chapter seeks to honor Raija Sollamo exploring some aspects of the translation technique displayed by the Old Greek translator of Isaiah. In this chapter, the author tackles the assumption that the Septuagint (Old Greek) translator of Isaiah did not understand his Hebrew Vorlage correctly. She seeks to reassess the translation technique by studying the large Isaiah Scroll (1QISAa) from Qumran as the oldest and most direct evidence of the Hebrew text available. This manuscript now shows evidence of Hebrew forms, different from the mt, that are correctly translated in the Old Greek. All of this corrects our understanding of the transmission of texts and reminds us of the 'manufacturing' culture of texts and scrolls.

Keywords: Hebrew Vorlage; Isaiah Scroll; Old Greek translator; Qumran biblical scrolls; Raija Sollamo; Septuagint translator

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