Greek OT: LXX [A] Accented Roots & ParsingSeptuagint/LXX/Greek Old Testament.
Containing Joshua B, Judges B, Daniel OG, Tobit BA, Susan OG, and Bel & the Dragon OG.
Derived From the following CCAT data sets:
LXXM = The morphologically analyzed text of CATSS LXX prepared by CATSS
under the direction of R. Kraft (Philadelphia team).
PAR = Parallel Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek texts of Jewish
Scripture, based on the Michigan-Claremont BHS consonantal text
and the TLG LXX, created by the CATSS project under the direction
of E. Tov (Jerusalem team). This data base currently is in a
provisional form that will undergo continued modification as the
CATSS project proceeds to its goals. Portions of PAR can be
supplied by special arrangement.
which in turn derived from:
LXX = Septuaginta, ed. A. Rahlfs (Stuttgart: WŸrttembergische
Bibelanstalt, 1935; repr. in 9th ed., 1971).
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