The Latest Issue of ‘Textus’

The 2019 Volume of Textus – A Journal on Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible – is available online. The complete issue contains the following articles, and can be found here:

Table of Contents

  • Was Samuel Meant to Be a Nazirite? The First Chapter of Samuel and the Paradigm Shift in Textual Study of the Hebrew Bible, Anneli Aejmelaeus
  • The Second Church Slavonic Translation of 1–4 Kingdoms: A Witness to the Proto-Lucianic Text, Alessandro Maria Bruni
  • The Literary Development of MT 1 Kings 8:1–11 in Light of the Septuagint, Julian C. Chike
  • “Darius Son of Ahasuerus, King of the Persians”: Textuality and Chronology in Jacob of Edessa’s Book of Daniel, Bradley J. Marsh Jr.
  • Criteria for Determining the Common Basis of the Greek Versions of Daniel, Daniel Olariu
  • Haggai and Zechariah in Greek Psalm Superscriptions, Michael Shepherd
  • On the Use of Greek Translations in Dating the Shift from Targum Proto-Jonathan to Targum Yerushalmi in Ezekiel, Richard C. Steiner
  • The Use of Glossaries by the Translators of the Septuagint, Sarah Yardney