Historical and Theological Lexicon of the Septuagint - Mohr Siebeck
Theology
Historical and Theological Lexicon of the Septuagint
 

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BNU Strasbourg

Edited by Eberhard Bons and Jan Joosten (Université de Strasbourg)

This large-scale collective and interdisciplinary project will aim to produce a new research tool: a multi-volume dictionary giving an article of between 2 and 10 pages (around 500 articles in all) for each important word or word group of the Septuagint. Filling an important gap in the fields of ancient philology and religious studies, the dictionary will be based on original research of the highest scientific level.

The dictionary will be published in English. The project will cover about a decade. The objective is to publish a first volume of 500 pages in 2017. At least three other volumes of the same size should follow over the years 2017-21.

Geboren 1958; Studium der Katholischen Theologie, Philosophie und Romanistik; 1988 Promotion zum Dr. phil., Mainz; 1993 Promotion zum Dr. theol., Frankfurt (Hochschule St. Georgen); 2000 Habilitation in Katholischer Theologie an der Universität Strassburg; seit 2004 Professor für Altes Testament an der Universität Strassburg.
Geboren 1959; 1989 PhD Hebrew University of Jerusalem; 1994–2014 Professor für Protestantische Theologie an der Universität Straßburg; seit 2014 Regius Professor of Hebrew an der University of Oxford; Leiter der Groupe de Recherches sur la Septante ; seit 2012 Präsident der International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies.
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