Septuagint Day has an illustrious history, at least sort of dating back to 533 CE and the Byzantine emperor Justinian, but more distinctly dating back to 2006 through the fine folks within the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies (IOSCS). (more…)
Congratulations to our two winners!
We announced in November that we would be giving away two free copies of Septuaginta: A Reader’s Edition. After a bit of a delay due to the end-of-year holiday season combined with J-term classes for us both, we are finally able to announce the winners.
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In the course of my doctoral research I accidentally developed a liking for archives. Much of good biblical scholarship will involve direct interaction with ancient manuscripts, of course, whether in physical or digital format. But in addition to that, I’ve become fascinated with more modern materials related to Septuagint scholarship. So I have been slowly building my own archive, some of which I have shared already. More on this to come in due course.