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Title Archaeology of the books of Samuel : the entangling of the textual and literary history / edited by Philippe Hugo and Adrian Schenker
Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2010


Description 1 online resource (xx, 301 pages)
Series Supplements to Vetus Testamentum ; v. 132
Supplements to Vetus Testamentum ; v. 132.
Contents Introduction -- Text history of the books of Samuel : an assessment of the recent research / Philippe Hugo -- Hannah's Psalm in 4QSam[superscript a] / Anneli Aejmelaeus -- 4QSam[superscript a] (2 Sam 24:16-22) : its reading, where it stands in the history of the text and its use in Bible translations / Innocent Himbaza -- Hannah in the presence of the Lord / Donald W. Parry -- Midrashic traits in 4Q51 (so-called 4QSam[superscript a]) / Alexander Rofé -- Textformen und Bearbeitungen : Kriterien zur Frage der ältesten Textgestalt, insbesondere des Septuagintatextes, anhand von 2 Sam 12 / Siegfried Kreuzer -- Imag(in)ing editions of Samuel : the Chronicler's contribution / Graeme Auld -- Doch ein Text hinter den Texten? : vorläufige textkritische Einsichten eines Samuel-Kommentators / Walter Dietrich -- L'archéologie textuelle du temple de Jérusalem : étude textuelle et littéraire du motif théologique du temple en 2 Samuel / Philippe Hugo -- Theologische Textänderungen im Massoretischen Text und in der Septuaginta von 1-2 Sam / Jürg Hutzli -- Textgeschichte von 1 Sam 5:1-6 im Vergleich zwischen dem hebräischen Text der Massoreten und der ältesten griechischen Bibel / Adrian Schenker -- Textual criticism and the composition history of Samuel : connections between pericopes in 1 Samuel 1-4 / Julio Trebolle
Summary The books of Samuel are a key link in the history of the biblical text in so much as they are found at a crossroad where different textual traditions encounter each other (MT, LXX, Qumran). Recent research tends to consider that the textual criticism has to take into account the literary aspects which characterise the most ancient transmission of the text. This assessment asks a variety of new exegetical questions considered in this volume: Does the comparative analysis of the textual witnesses permit proving the existence of distinct literary editions? Which are the criteria to deem the liter
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Notes Essays in English, French, and German
Print version record
Subject Jakob von Edessa.
SUBJECT Bible. Samuel -- Criticism, Textual
Bible. Samuel -- Criticism, interpretation, etc
Bible. Samuel. Hebrew -- Versions -- Dead Sea scrolls (4QSama̳)
Bible. Samuel. Greek -- Versions -- Septuagint
Bible. Samuel fast
Bibel Samuel 1. 2 gnd
Subject RELIGION -- Biblical Studies -- Old Testament.
Genre/Form Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Form Electronic book
Author Hugo, Philippe.
Schenker, Adrian, 1939-
ISBN 9789047443872