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Retouches rédactionnelles au texte proto-massorétique: l'apport des versions grecques de Daniel

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In his recent book on Daniel and the apocryphal literature, Lorenzo DiTommaso sums up the situation: The disjunctive nature of de cette other and internal evidences suggest that Daniel is a composite work, the result of a complicated process of composition and redaction. In his commentary on Daniel 2, J.J. Collins listed King grandmother accurately Masoretic Text variations compared to older versions. However, just as other critical text, R.H. Charles uses their testimony for criticism and the history of Hebrew-Aramaic text. When the author re-edited the Daniel-Septuagint text in the collection of Gottingen, he came to the conclusion that differences are due from the Greek, not by translation liberties, but by the existence of a different substrate of Masoretic text. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Daniel; J.J. Collins; Hebrew-Aramaic text; Lorenzo DiTommaso; Masoretic text; R.H. Charles



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