[B-Greek] LXX Greek vs NT Greek

Steve Puluka steve at puluka.com
Wed Apr 26 07:00:28 EDT 2006

Gene Gardner wrote:
 > Could the learned scholars of the list, please discuss any of the
 > obvious differences in the two.

An old but good concise discussion of the ideosyncrysies of the 
Septuagint is Conybeare & Stock's grammar.  This is only about 100 pages 
of material organized by gramatical category.  Originally published in 
1905 by Ginn & Co. in Boston there are multiple reprint editions available.

Conybeare, F. C., and St George William Joseph Stock. A grammar of 
Septuagint Greek with selected readings, vocabularies, and updated 
indexes. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers, 1995.

This is also available on-line as part of the Christian Classics 
Ethereal Library (CCEL) project.


Steve Puluka
Masters Student, SS Cyril & Methodius Seminary
Cantor, Holy Ghost Church, Mckees Rocks PA

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