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Septuagint by Jennifer Dinesintroductory survey of current scholarship on the Septuagint. The Septuagint's relationship with the standard Hebrew text and its translational characteristics are examined, as is its value as a collection with its own literary and exegetical character.
Septuaginta: A Readers Edition by Gregory R. LanierRahlfs-Hanhart revised Septuaginta, laid out in a clear and readable format. every word occurring 100 times or fewer in the Rahlfs-Hanhart text--as well as every word that occurs more than 100 times in the Rahlfs-Hanhart text but fewer than 30 times in the Greek New Testament--is accompanied by a footnote that provides a contextual gloss for the word and full parsing. appendix provides a complete alphabetized list of common vocabulary, with comparison of a word's usage in the New Testament.