Best online Septuagint?

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Re: Best online Septuagint?

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One of the other major differences in verse order between the LXX and MT is in the book of Jeremiah. You will find a table of verse cross references and omission here.

https://www.ccel.org/bible/brenton/Jere ... endix.html
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Re: Best online Septuagint?

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The best source that I know of is the SBL Handbook of Style, 2nd edition, Appendix B, pages 265–268.

Unfortunately, not free, but Interlibrary Loan is your friend : )

There is an electronic version of it available for purchase:
https://play.google.com/store/books/det ... QBAJ&hl=en

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Re: Best online Septuagint?

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JBarach-Sr wrote:You might consider my material at
http://www.motorera.com/greek/greek.html
by clicking on a particular word, you are taken to a lexicon of it.
I am in the process of modifying it so that even hovering over a word will give its meaning. This feature is available for some of the NT already.
Cheers,
John Barach
You'd better find the John Barach material at
http://www.motorera.com/greek/index.html
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Re: Best online Septuagint?

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My page is now at GreekDoc.com
It now contains a "re-ordered" Jeremiah, i.e., Jeremiah LXX in the same order as English Jeremiah as well as the LXX order.
Also for the NT, there is both the Nestles and Textus Receptus as well as a parallel of these two.
καὶ ἀνέγνωσαν ἐν βιβλίῳ νόμου τοῦ θεοῦ καὶ ἐδίδασκεν Εσδρας καὶ διέστελλεν ἐν ἐπιστήμῃ κυρίου καὶ συνῆκεν ὁ λαὸς ἐν τῇ ἀναγνώσει. (Neh. 8:8)
[url]http://www.GreekDoc.com/lxx/neh/neh08.html[/url]
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Re: Best online Septuagint?

Post by kovzol »

Thank you for the useful links!

In my research I would like to use the complete LXX (including Deuterocanon and Apocrypha). Currently I use the E-Sword module LXX but it does not contain all books. An E-Sword module would be the best (because my research application, available at https://github.com/kovzol/lxx, is already based on E-Sword). I am also interested in creating an E-Sword module from other electronic resource, if it is possible to use it freely.
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kovzol wrote: July 4th, 2018, 2:47 am I am also interested in creating an E-Sword module from other electronic resource, if it is possible to use it freely.
I would point you to Hancock's Word .doc of Rahlfs's text, at http://www.users.dircon.co.uk/~hancock/sept.zip
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Re: Best online Septuagint?

Post by kovzol »

Thank you very much, Ken!
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