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LE VOCABULAIRE DE LA SERVITUDE DANS LA SEPTANTE DU LIVRE DE RUTH

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Le but de cet article est d'expliquer une caractéristique de la Septante du livre de Ruth. Un examen de ce texte aboutit aux résultat suivants : La Septante emploie huit termes (δoυλη, κoρασιoν, νεανιας, νεανις, παιδαριoν, παιδιoν, παιδισκη et παις) pour en traduire six qui servent à qualifier d'après le Texte Massorétique Ruth et les autres personnes travaillant pour Booz. En plus, un terme grec peut en traduire deux en hébreu et l'inverse. Afin d'expliquer ces phénomènes, il convient d'analyser les connotations que peut avoir chaque terme grec en fonction de son contexte et de s'interroger sur la « technique de traduction » adoptée par le traducteur.

Affiliations: 1: Université des Sciences Humaines, Strasbourg

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2002-05-01
2017-02-20

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