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Propaedeutic to a Lexicon of the Three: The Priority of a New Critical Edition of Hexaplaric Fragments

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This investigation of the marginal notes in the Syro-Hexapla of Ecclesiastes delineates the role of the text history of the O(ld) G(reek) in determining the text of the Three (Aquila, Symmachus, and Theodotion), the relation of the Three and the Old Latin in the text history of the OG, and the role of the Three in determining the text of the OG. The implications for a new critical edition of the Three are elaborated as well as for the lexicography of the Three.

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


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