[b-greek] Re: Septuagint

From: Steve Puluka (spuluka@hotmail.com)
Date: Fri Jun 30 2000 - 06:42:54 EDT

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<DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2>----- Original Message -----<BR>From: "Arthur A.
Vanderbilt" &lt;<A
href="mailto:aav@shield.com">aav@shield.com</A>&gt;<BR><BR>&gt; I just got
Brenton's The Septuagint with Apocrypha.&nbsp; Is there any<BR>difference
between learning to read the Septuagint and learning to read the<BR>New
Testament?&nbsp; What are good general reference books for both?<BR>&gt;<BR>I
have found Conybeare &amp; Stock, Grammar of the Septuagint Greek,
helpful.<BR>They provide a large number of examples of special grammar
considerations<BR>all illustrated with examples.&nbsp; There is a scripture
index so you can see if<BR>the verse you are working on is listed in the
text.&nbsp; And there are a number<BR>of sample readings that are fully
annotated to get you started.<BR><BR>Steve Puluka<BR>Consultar for Adult
Education<BR>Byzantine Catholic Archeparchy of


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