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Beobachtungen zur sahidisch-koptischen Übersetzung von 4Makk

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The coptic sahidic version of the Fourth Book of Maccabees was discovered by Enzo Lucchesi in the nineteen eighties and published by Ivan Miroshnikov in 2014, who observed that the Coptic version is sometimes significantly different from the Greek one. This article examines the peculiarities of this translation and tries to show that the Sahidic version has an own paraenetic aim which is quite different from that one of the Greek text.

Affiliations: 1: Universität zu Köln cblument@uni-koeln.de

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2017-07-03
2017-12-12

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