[b-greek] Re: Quotation - Greek to Hebrew or LXX

From: Maurice A. O'Sullivan (mauros@iol.ie)
Date: Sun Jun 25 2000 - 12:34:36 EDT

<x-flowed>At 16:48 25/06/00, Roe wrote:
>Does anyone know whether and where this (or such a) catalogue of
>citations is presented, listing the citations sequentially according to
>NT occurrence, and not by OT occurrence like the Nestle-Aland?

Yes, they are known as "notes in the outer margin" and listed on p.78* of
the Introduction to N/A 27, are the various sigla to mark where a quotation
is not from BHS.but from the various LXX versions. Of course, they are
mixed up with the many NT cross-references --- but you do expect to
do _some_ work yourself, don't you?

Another case, do you think of <(Duh... I'd never even noticed this.) > <g>

BTW, a word of caution, especially when it comes to the allusions;
exercise, as with all lists, your own discretion and decide for yourself.
As an instance, read 1 Co. 6:18 and then check Test. Reuben 5.5 and see if
you think this is doing a distinct disservice to Paul. ( I know I do )

P.S for a very detailed study of the use of the OT in one section of the
Gospels, see:
Moo, Douglas J. The Old Testament in the Gospel Passion Narratives.
Sheffield: Almond Press, 1982.

Maurice A. O'Sullivan
[Bray, Ireland]

"Apply yourself wholly to the text; apply the text wholly to yourself."
- Johann Albrecht Bengel

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