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This section presents a list of reference articles from Dead Sea Scrolls and Jewish Hellenistic Literature and a list of chapters from Hebrew Bible and early Christian literature that occur in this book Finding Meaning in the Text: Translation Technique and Theology in the Septuagint of Amos. The purpose of the book is to analyze the translation technique and theology of the translator of LXX-Amos. Translation technique has to do "with the ways in which the Greek scribes translated the Hebrew Scriptures". The book offers a thorough analysis of the translation technique and theology of LXX-Amos, which will be valuable for those studying LXX-Amos and for those doing textual criticism in the Hebrew text of Amos.

Keywords: Hebrew Bible; LXX-Amos; translation technique

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