Twenty-five years after it first appeared, Sidney Jellicoe’s classic work is still one of the most comprehensive introductions to the Septuagint and cognate studies ever written. More than an introductory textbook, this thorough work is an essential reference tool for the ongoing study of the Septuagint.
After detailing the principal features of twentieth-century Septuagint studies, Jellicoe traces the origins and transmission history of the LXX. In the second part, Jellicoe discusses the various LXX manuscripts, versions, and critical editions, and its language and style. Complete with thorough appendixes, a bibliography, and various indexes The Septuagint and Modern Study will be a trusted reference for years to come.
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[An] impressive and very useful resource volume . . . [A] very important contribution made extremely well. Students and scholars alike will find it very useful.
—Journal of Biblical Literature
It is still the most comprehensive general work to appear on these subjects in recent decades, and should prove useful for many years.
—The Jewish Quarterly Review