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An Often Neglected Witness to the Textual History of the Septuagint: The Syrohexapla of 3 Kingdoms

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This chapter focuses on an often neglected version, the Syrohexapla. It presents some of the findings from a much longer study in which the author evaluated the worth of Syh as a witness to the hexaplaric materials in 3 Kingdoms (Kgdms). The chapter analyzes both the anonymous signed readings and those attributed to revisers, along with the many attributed readings in the margins, all of which may be called hexaplaric materials. It divides all of the hexaplaric readings into five groups: correctly preserved asterisked readings; correctly preserved obelized readings; inaccurately preserved signed readings; attributed readings; hexaplaric material outside of Syh.

Keywords:3 Kingdoms; Syrohexapla



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