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Dillmann, Augustus [August]: Biblia Veteris Testamenti Aethiopici - Annotationes in Pentateuchum & Annotationes in Libros Josuae, Judicum, Ruth [THIS VOLUME ONLY] Tomus Primus, sive Octateuchus Aethiopicus, ad librorum manuscriptorum fidem edidit et apparatu critico, Kilia [Kiel] Guil. Vogelii 1855
The book is in : Amharic & Ge'ez Latin Bible Biblical Criticism Hebrew & Semitic Languages and Grammar Manuscripts
RARE supplementary volume for the first critical edition of Ethiopian Octateuch (Five Books of Moses - Pentateuch, Joshua, Judges, and Ruth), which comprises an extensive Latin critical apparatus by Christian Friedrich August Dillmann (1823-1894) - an eminent German orientalist and biblical theologian, the reviver of Ethiopian Studies in Europe, author of Ge'ez dictionary and grammar book, editor of the Ethiopic version of the Bible and many apocryphal writings preserved in Ge'ez, and one of the leading 19th-century Old Testament scholars. 215x175mm. 219 pages. Hardcover rebound with cloth spine. Front cover upper edge age-stained, cover bottom corners slightly stained. Cover corners slightly bent. Spine edges and hinges wrinkled. Small wormhole on spine. Spine stained. Ex-library copy with stamp on pages 1, 2 and 109. Small pen writing on spine and page 1. Several small wormholes penetrate into edges of some pages with minimal damage to text - text readable. 1 wormhole on 140 last pages and 1 wormhole throughout extreme edge of all pages - both with no damage to text. Pages yellowing and age-stained. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare supplementary volume of critical notes to the standard critical edition of the Ethiopic version of the Bible by the foremost expert in Ge'ez language, has unfortunately suffered some damage, but is still in good reading condition.
Ethiopia) V'ail, Shalv'ah: YEHUDE ETYOPYAH BE-OR HA-ZARKORIM, 1997 ; fester Einband / hard cover
Hardback (FT) 8vo. 119 pages. In Hebrew. "ha-Makhon le-heker ha-Ipuah' Ba-hinukh le-yad ha-Moatsah ha-artsit shel nashim Yehudiyot Ar. Ha-B. : ha-Universitah ha-Ivrit bi-Yerushalayim, Bet ha-sefer le-hinukh " SUBJECT(S) Jews, Ethiopian -- Israel. Jews -- Ethiopia -- History. OCLC lists 7 copies worldwide. In like new condition (Bible-6-16)
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Knibb, Michael A.: Translating the Bible. The Ethiopic Version of the Old Testament. Schweich Lectures. Oxford: University Press, 1995. ISBN: 9780197261941
Ein gutes und sauberes Exemplar. - These Schweich Lectures tackle the origin, history, and character of the Ethiopie translation of the Old Testament. This version is of fundamental importance both in terms of the influence it has exerted on Ethiopian life and culture, and as one of the 'daughter versions' of the Greek Old Testament - yet much remains unknown or uncertain about it. Professor Knibb argues that, notwithstanding the criticisms that have been made of it, the traditional view of the history of the Ethiopie version - translation from the Septuagint in the fifth-sixth century, revision on the basis of the Syriac-based Arabic texts in the fourteenth century, and a further revision in the fifteenth or sixteenth century on the basis of the Hebrew - is broadly correct, but that this view is in need of development and refinement in many details. The majority of the book is devoted to a study of the mode of translation, to 'translation technique'. There is a discussion of general aspects of the translation and syntactical issues, and the question of consistency and diversity in the translation-equivalents that are used is also addressed. Many of these issues are of general relevance to other ancient Bible translations. ISBN 9780197261941 - , ISBN: 0197261949
XII; 145 S. Gebundene Ausgabe mit Schutzumschlag.
EDITED BY TERESA J. HORNSBY, DRURY UNIVERSITY AND KEN STONE, CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY.. Bible Trouble. BRILL. 2012.. BRILL, 2012. ; fester Einband / hard cover ISBN: 9789004202573
Hardback, xiv, 355 pp., This listing is a new book, a title currently in-print which we order directly and immediately from the publisher.. Hardback - The essays in Bible Trouble all engage queer theories for purposes of biblical interpretation, a rare effort to date within biblical scholarship. The title phrase "Bible Trouble" plays on Judith Butler's Gender Trouble, gesturing toward a primary text for contemporary queer theory. The essays consider, among others, the Lazarus story, the Ethiopian eunuch, "gender trouble" in Judges 4 and 5, the Song of Songs, and an unorthodox coupling of the books of Samuel and the film Paris Is Burning. This volume "troubles" not only the boundaries between biblical scholarship and queer theory but also the boundaries between different frameworks currently used in the analysis of biblical literature, including sexuality, gender, race, class, history, and literature. The contributors are Ellen T. Armour, Michael Joseph Brown, Sean D. Burke, Heidi Epstein, Deryn Guest, Jione Havea, Teresa J. Hornsby, Lynn R. Huber, S. Tamar Kamionkowski, Joseph A. Marchal, Jeremy Punt, Erin Runions, Ken Stone, Gillian Townsley, Jay Twomey, and Manuel Villalobos. - Queer Reading at the Boundaries of Biblical Scholarship - 67.
Hardback, NEAR FINE.