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N. P. BRATSIOTIS, Nepheš-Nychè, ein Beitrag zur Erforschung der Sprache und der Theologie der Septuaginta

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A comparative study of the Masoretic text and the Septuagint does not work the way that D. LYS in his latest work has been tackled. The expansion of comparative lexicographical investigation on the territory of the older Greek, namely pre-Platonic and not purely philosophical, literature could perhaps be regarded as the final step and as an inevitable corollary of the above works. The author believes that only in the light of the consequences that would result from a comparative lexicographical study, to be determined by a correspondence between the Hebrews. The study of the Old Testament concept will have to be more detailed, without the parallel-running examination of the Greek. The author provides attention to the relationship that exists between the root of the Hebrew language and the Greek concept.

Keywords: Masoretic text; Septuagint; Hebrew language; Greek concept; Old Testament



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