Abbreviation for the name of a translation in Hatch&Redpath

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Re: Abbreviation for the name of a translation in Hatch&Redp

Post by Ken M. Penner » April 13th, 2016, 11:25 am

Sean Ingham wrote:Codex Coislinianus LXX (LXX as I can't as yet find the manuscript number and there is a more famous Codex Coislinianus) has some hope of being useful, though it is still two or three centuries after Eusebius's witness to Aq., Sm., and Th. (Dem. Ev. 7.2.41-50).
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Re: Abbreviation for the name of a translation in Hatch&Redp

Post by Sean Ingham » April 14th, 2016, 5:08 pm

Thanks for all your help, Ken. Much appreciated.

Chasing up on your last post I contemplated that the form nazaraias had the appearance of a Grecified form of the Latin for Nazirite, nazaraeus, as seen both in the Vulgate and Tertullian. That puts the Coilinianus form in the too hard to handle basket. To complicate things more, Lev 25:11 on the next page of the codex provides a parallel, but features naziraia, though it appears to be the same annotater! It seems to me this has been an interesting cul-de-sac, but I can't see that I can use these as exemplars in a phonological analysis pertaining to several centuries earlier.
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