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#1 Anthony Sepulveda

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Posted Yesterday, 07:24 AM

Hello,

 

I'll be attending a course where we would frequently use the COS, as well as this other reference:

 

DOBBS-ALSOPP, F.W. et al. (eds.), Hebrew Inscriptions (New Haven – London 2005).

 

The COS is already available as an Accordance module, but I don't think this other one is. However, there is a product called "Inscriptions Hebrew, Index, and DEH". Could this module set be a 'substitute' for this Dobbs-Alsopp volume?

 

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#2 Anthony Sepulveda

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Posted Yesterday, 07:27 AM

And a follow-up question: how would the Hebrew Inscriptions module relate to this new one called "Echoes From the Past"?

 

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#3 Peter Bekins

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Posted Today, 09:15 AM

I doubt it, but you need to ask your professor what you will be doing with the reference works. The Hebrew Inscriptions module is simply a tagged version of the texts themselves and an English translation is available to go with it. Both the Dobbs-Allsopp and Ahituv volumes will give critical discussion of the texts, particularly where scholars are disagreed about the correct reading, what a particular word might mean, etc. In this vein, the Inscriptions module is also not a critical edition and has no apparatus, so you need to keep in mind that other options may be possible if you work from it as your base text.






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