[b-hebrew] Initial "Beged Kefet" consonants always have a...

Jucci eljucci at unipv.it
Mon Oct 17 17:19:33 EDT 2005


see also
M. Pazzini, La trascrizione dell’ebraico nella versione di teodozione, 
LA 41 (1991) 201-222
Liber Annuus Online  http://198.62.75.1/www1/ofm/sbf/edit/LAindex.html
http://www.christusrex.org/www1/ofm/sbf/SBFla91.html#Target7
http://198.62.75.1/www1/ofm/sbf/Books/LA41/LA41201Pazzini_TrascrEbr.pdf

    "The article discusses the Hebrew words transcribed into Greek in
    the exaplary column of Theodotion (Ez. & Dan.). A mini-phonology
    based on one-hundred of the transcribed words in these two biblical
    books is compiled. In synthesis, aspects of the problem already
    known from other sources are underlined and the difficulty in the
    choice of a method that permits a uniform reading of the data is
    shown. According to the author, it is of capital importance to
    establish with exactness the pronunciation of the Greek,
    particularly in the Hellenistic period, before facing the theme of
    the transcriptions".

Elio Jucci
SETH - Semitica et Theologica
http://dobc.unipv.it/SETH/index.htm

>>http://www.exc.com/JoelHoffman/Excerpts/ITB-p95.pdf>>It contains a list of some names with their Masoretic pointing and LXX>spelling; the Hebrew and Greek are both transliterated.>>-Joel M. Hoffman> http://www.exc.com/JoelHoffman>>  
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