Posted 22 June 2011 - 01:50 AM
Leaving you in God's Care and Grace
Posted 22 June 2011 - 04:35 AM
We hope to offer Rahlf's apparatus, still working with the German Bible Society on that. Swete apparatus is rather basic but covers the entire LXX. Cambridge is much more in depth, but was never completed, and we don't yet have all that there is. Here is the description from the website:
So it will include your 1Samuel and would probably be a good choice for you.
The Larger Cambridge Septuagint is an older critical edition begun in 1906 and edited by Alan E. Brooke, Norman McLean, and Henry St John Thackeray. The text is a diplomatic text, reproducing Codex Vaticanus with a critical apparatus of variant readings from other manuscripts. The series is incomplete since publication ceased in 1940 after completion of Genesis through Esther together with 1 Esdras, Judith, and Tobit. Like the Göttingen Septuagint there are two apparatuses, for the Greek text and for hexaplaric variants.
The Accordance module currently covers Volumes I and II. This includes Genesis to Ruth, 1-4 Kingdoms, 1-2 Chronicles, 1Esdras, Ezra, and Nehemiah. It can conveniently be used together with the morphologically tagged Swete text. Additional books will be included in the future.
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