Annoncées ici avec l’aimable autorisation de l’auteur :
– W.B. Seales, C.S. Parker, M. Segal, E. Tov, P. Shor & Y. Porath: “From Damage to Discovery via Virtual Unwrapping: Reading the Scroll from En-Gedi,” Science Advances 2, e1601247 (2016); pp. 1–9. Télécharger le pdf
– “The Development of the Text of the Torah in Two Major Text Blocks,” Textus 26 (2016). http://www.hum.huji.ac.il/units.php?cat=5020&incat=4972
– M. Segal, E. Tov, W.B. Seales, C.S. Parker, P. Shor, & Y. Porath: “An Early Leviticus Scroll from En-Gedi: Preliminary Publication,” Textus 26 (2016). Télécharger le pdf
– “The Shared Tradition of the Septuagint and the Samaritan Pentateuch,” in S. Kreuzer et alii (eds.), Die Septuaginta: Orte und Intentionen (WUNT 361; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2016), 277–93. Télécharger le pdf
– “1.3. Primary Translations,” in Textual History of the Bible, The Hebrew Bible, Vol. 1A, Overview Articles (eds. A. Lange & E. Tov; Leiden: Brill, 2016), 176–91. = Textual History of the Bible Online, vol. 1 (A. Lange & E. Tov; Leiden: Brill, 2015). ISSN: 2452-4107. Télécharger le pdf
– “1.4 Secondary Translations,” in Textual History of the Bible, The Hebrew Bible, Vol. 1A, Overview Articles (eds. A. Lange & E. Tov; Leiden: Brill, 2016), 316–18. = Textual History of the Bible Online, vol. 1 (A. Lange & E. Tov; Leiden: Brill, 2015). ISSN: 2452-4107. Télécharger le pdf
– “18.104.22.168 Septuagint” in Textual History of the Bible, The Hebrew Bible, Vol. 1A, Overview Articles (eds. A. Lange & E. Tov; Leiden: Brill, 2016), 191–211. = Textual History of the Bible Online, vol. 1 (A. Lange & E. Tov; Leiden: Brill, 2015). ISSN: 2452-4107.Télécharger le pdf
– “2.1. Textual History of the Pentateuch,” in Textual History of the Bible, vol. 1B (eds. A. Lange & E. Tov; Leiden: Brill, 2016), = Textual History of the Bible Online, vol. 1 (A. Lange & E. Tov; Leiden: Brill, 2015). ISSN: 2452-4107. Télécharger le pdf
– With E. Ulrich: “1.1.1. Textual History of the Bible, The Hebrew Bible, Vol. 1A, Overview Articles (eds. A. Lange & E. Tov; Leiden: Brill, 2016), 1–35. = Textual History of the Bible Online, vol. 1 (A. Lange & E. Tov; Leiden: Brill, 2015). ISSN: 2452-4107. Télécharger le pdf
– “P. Vindob. G 39777 (Symmachus) and the Use of the Divine Names in Greek Scripture Texts,” http://orion.mscc.huji.ac.il/symposiums/15th/papers/Tov.pdf.
– Online version: The Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Library, Brigham Young University, Revised Edition 2006, part of the Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Reference Library of E. J. Brill Publishers (Leiden: Brill, 2016). http://www.brill.com/products/online-resources/dead-sea-scrolls-electronic-library-non-biblical-texts
– With K. Davis and R. Duke: Dead Sea Scrolls in the Museum Collection (Publications of Museum of the Bible 1, edited by Michael W. Holmes; Semitic Series [edited by E. Tov; managing editor J. A. Pattengale]) (Leiden: Brill, 2016). xvii + 236 pp. ISBN: 978-90-04-32148-9
in conjunction with
The International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies (IOSCS)
The International Organization for Targumic Studies (IOTS)
The International Syriac Language Project (ISLP)
Stellenbosch University (SU)
The Old Testament Society of South Africa (OTSSA)
The Southern African Society of Near Eastern Studies (SASNES)
4-9 September 2016 Stellenbosch, South Africa
Pour le programme détaillé, voir le lien : http://isbtf.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Programm-LXX-2016-Stand-2016-06-23-neu.pdf
Publiée chez Brepols publishers, Turnhout (Belgique)
- A. Schenker, « The hieros logos of Israelite circumcision in light of the text history of Josh 5,4-6 : a study of intertwined textual and literary criticism » (25-32)
- A. Angelini, « Biblical translations and cross-cultural communication : a focus on the animal imagery » (33-43)
- A. van der Kooij, Groups and parties in early Judaism : Daniel 11:14 and the Hasideans » (45-51)
- C. Cavalier aux p. 279-281 du volume édité par W. Kraus et S. Kreuzer, Die Septuaginta: Text, Wirkung, Rezeption: 4. Internationale Fachtagung veranstaltet von Sepuaginta Deutsch (LXX.D), Wuppertal 19.-22. Juli 2012, WUNT 325, Tübingen, Mohr Siebeck, 2014. (mettre une image du volume voir https://www.mohr.de/en/book/die-septuaginta-text-wirkung-rezeption-9783161526534)
- Matthieu Cassin aux p. 282-284 du livre de M. Harl, avec la collab; de B. Meynadier et A. Pietrobelli, Voix de louange : les cantiques bibliques dans la liturgie chrétienne (Anagôgè 8), Paris, Les Belles Lettres, 2014.
We are organizing a centennial symposium — Soisalon-Soininen Symposium on the Septuagint — in celebration of the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the birth of our esteemed teacher Professor Ilmari Soisalon-Soininen on 4th June, 2017. Professor Ilmari Soisalon-Soininen did pioneering research on the Septuagint syntax, applying what we call the translation technical method, and was the founding father of Septuagint studies in Finland. The symposium is organised by the courtesy of the Centre of Excellence in ‘Changes in Sacred Texts and Traditions’ (CSTT) funded by the Academy of Finland. The symposium will take place 1st-3rd June 2017 at the University of Helsinki. The actual symposium will be followed by a small anniversary party on Sunday 4th June at noon.
Keynote speakers are:
JAN JOOSTEN, “Grammar and Style in the Septuagint: On Some Remarkable Uses of Preverbs.”
JAMES K. AITKEN, “Standard Language and the Place of the Septuagint within Koine.”
SILVIA LURAGHI and CHIARA ZANCHI, “New Meanings and Constructions of Prepositions in the Septuagint: a Comparison with Classical and New Testament Greek.”
JOHN A.L. LEE, “Back to the Question of Greek Idiom.”
THEO VAN DER LOUW, “The Dynamics of Segmentation in the Greek Pentateuch.”
RAIJA SOLLAMO, “The Usage of the Article with Nouns Defined by a Nominal Genitive.”
ANNELI AEJMELAEUS, “Translation Technique and the Recensions.”
SEPPO SIPILÄ, “Soisalon-Soininen meets Grice: The Cooperational Principle and the Septuagint Syntax.”
ANSSI VOITILA, “Middle Voice as Depiction of Subject’s Dominion in the Greek Pentateuch.”
We invite proposals for papers to be presented during this symposium. Slots of papers will be 30 minutes (20 minutes presentation, and 10 minutes discussion). The papers should relate to Septuagint syntax, Ilmari Soisalon-Soininen’s research on the topic and / or the Septuagint language as part of the broader development of the Greek language. We ask you to submit your paper proposals with the title and a short abstract not later than 31st October 2016. The papers accepted for presentation will be announced before the end of the year. The symposium webpage (http://blogs.helsinki.fi/soisalon-soininen-centennial) will be opened as soon as possible.
Paper proposals as well as inquiries concerning the symposium should be send to Anssi Voitila by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Raija Sollamo, Anneli Aejmelaeus, Seppo Sipilä and Anssi Voitila
This is the first ever comprehensive analysis of the morphosyntax and syntax of Septuagint Greek. The work is based on the most up-to-date editions of the Septuagint. The so-called Antiochene version of Samuel, Kings, and Chronicles as well as Judges has been studied. Though this is a synchronic grammar, and though not systematic, comparison with Classical Greek, the Greek of contemporary literature of the Hellenistic-Roman period, papyri and epigraphical data, and New Testament Greek has often been undertaken. Even when analysing translated documents of the Septuagint, the perspective is basically that of its readers. However, attempts were made to determine in what ways and to what extent the structure of the Semitic source languages may have influenced the selection of this or that particular construction by translators. At many places it is demonstrated and illustrated how an analysis of the morphosyntax and syntax can illuminate our general interpretation of the Septuagint text.
parue dans une nouvelle revue de linguistique et d’études orientales de l’Université de Florence, QULSO
Translation Techniques and Interpretative Phenomena in the Greek Version of the Hebrew Bible: A Study of the Figurative Use of the Noun צל ’Shadow’, par Romina Vergari (Université de Strasbourg)
Quaderni di Linguistica e Studi Orientali / Working Papers in Linguistics and Orientral Studies 1 (2015), p. 179-203.
The first part of this article explores the figurative exploitations of the word צל ‘shadow’ in Biblical Hebrew. Special attention is paid to the poetical language. Alongside the metonymy “shelter”, the metaphorical usage of this word is centred on the ideas of protection and transitoriness. The second part of the article takes into account the renderings of צל in the Old Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible. The data collected suggest that the translators refrain from using the equivalent σκιά in those contexts involving the abstract idea of protection and rather opt for the noun σκέπη. The discussion moves further by evaluating the motivations that could have led the translators to judge the term σκιά as unsuitable to express the idea of protection metaphorically. A first line of argument takes into account factors within the Hebrew biblical text; a second line of argument considers the usage of σκιά within Greek literary sources; finally, a third line of argument looks at those non-literary varieties of Greek found in documentary papyri of the Ptolemaic age.
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“This is just about everything one could wish for in a handbook. From beginning to end it is clear, up-to-date, wide-ranging, and authoritative. The format-detailed book-by-book introductions-is a much-needed convenience.” – Dale Allison, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA
“This volume fills a real gap in biblical scholarship, by characterizing the Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible, book by book. Nothing like this has hitherto existed. This is a most useful book.” – John J. Collins, Yale Divinity School, USA
“This book will immediately establish itself as the first port of call for any serious Bible student and scholar wanting to have an informed introduction to each book in the Septuagint. Unlike with previous handbooks, each chapter is written by an expert on the subject, and the well-designed format ensures that all the main questions are described and addressed, with full bibliography as well. Careful editorial planning has resulted in a work which has no parallel in this field.” – H. G. M. Williamson, University of Oxford, UK
“This very useful companion to each of the Septuagint books, written by young and enthusiastic experts, provides up-to-date and thorough analyses. This handbook will enrich the future study of the Greek versions of the Hebrew Bible.” – Emanuel Tov, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
organisée par le Septuaginta-Unternehmen, à Göttingen, les 6-10 juillet 2015. Elle sera dirigée par le Prof. James Aitken (université de Cambridge) et aura pour thème « From Language to Social Context. The Pentateuch and later traditions ».
Pour l’inscription – avant le 15 mars 2015 – voir le document ci-joint.