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The Relationship of Aquila and Theodotion to the Old Greek of Ecclesiastes in the Marginal Notes of the Syro-Hexapla

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Careful investigation of the marginal notes in the Syro-Hexapla of Ecclesiastes indicates that the notes originated from a manuscript which did not have a Hexaplaric text. The excerptor was concerned about agreements between the Old Greek Text of Ecclesiastes and the Three and from this perspective, careful scrutiny of the notes indicates the relation between the Old Greek of Ecclesiastes and Theodotion is closer than that between the Old Greek and Aquila.

Affiliations: 1: The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, KY


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