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Where to find Septuagint manuscript transcriptions ?

Posted: June 4th, 2020, 1:32 pm
by Gustav Berloty
Hello,

I'm looking for many Septuagint manuscript transcriptions as possible.
I'm not talking about critical text such as the Ralhf one.
I'm talking about manuscript transcription like one here for the Sinaiticus codex : http://codexsinaiticus.org/en/project/t ... nload.aspx

Can someone help me ?

Re: Where to find Septuagint manuscript transcriptions ?

Posted: June 4th, 2020, 2:17 pm
by Ken M. Penner
If you want it encoded in TEI, That’s the only one.
For B, use Swete. For A see https://sleeptillseven.github.io/LXX.Alex/ I’m working on Q.

Re: Where to find Septuagint manuscript transcriptions ?

Posted: June 4th, 2020, 3:57 pm
by Gustav Berloty
Ok, thanks.

Re: Where to find Septuagint manuscript transcriptions ?

Posted: June 5th, 2020, 12:25 pm
by serunge
I'm in a similar boat, so will add mine question. Has El Texto Antioqueno de la Biblia Griega been digitized, or is there a Lucianic version that has? I am digging into the discourse motivations for translation techniques of kaige features in Reigns. Thanks!

Re: Where to find Septuagint manuscript transcriptions ?

Posted: June 5th, 2020, 1:03 pm
by Ken M. Penner
serunge wrote:
June 5th, 2020, 12:25 pm
I'm in a similar boat, so will add mine question. Has El Texto Antioqueno de la Biblia Griega been digitized, or is there a Lucianic version that has? I am digging into the discourse motivations for translation techniques of kaige features in Reigns. Thanks!
Not that I know of. Transcriptions of the Greek Jewish Scriptures are pretty rare.
As for Lucianic texts, Esther L is in the Göttingen edition of Esther (available in Logos and Accordance), and that used to be considered Lucianic.

Re: Where to find Septuagint manuscript transcriptions ?

Posted: June 5th, 2020, 3:35 pm
by S Walch
Edit:
Should've read some of the posts before this more closely...

Nice to see someone working on Alexandrinus.

Here I located at least a possible unmentioned correction, and also a mistake in Swete's apparatus for 1 Chronicles.

I don't have access the Göttingen edition to see whether they mention this, nor do I know whether they've done 1 Chronicles anyway (a google after this post will likely answer this).