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Studies in the Greek and Latin Versions of the Book of Amos
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Studies in the Greek and Latin Versions of the Book of Amos

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Cambridge University Press 1902

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Overview

W. O. E. Oesterley discusses the use of various manuscripts to obtain a correct reading of the text of Amos. His work, a preparatory grammar by nature, examines the Greek and Latin manuscripts (including Q and 22) and includes a discussion of the commonalities and discrepancies found within.

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Key Features

  • Obtains a correct reading of the text of Amos
  • Examines the Greek and Latin manuscripts of Amos
  • Discusses the commonalities and discrepancies found within Amos

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About Ernest Arthur Edghill

Ernest Arthur Edghill (1866–1950) was educated at Brighton College, Jesus College, and West Theological College. Oesterley went on to become Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament Studies at King's College, London. He is the author of many titles including: The Wisdom of Jesus the Son of Sirach or Ecclesiasticus, The Epistle to Philemon, and The Doctrine of the Last Things: Jewish and Christian.