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Ausgabe:

November/2016

Spalte:

1203–1205

Kategorie:

Judaistik

Autor/Hrsg.:

Shaw, Frank

Titel/Untertitel:

The Earliest Non-Mystical Jewish Use of IAO.

Verlag:

Leuven: Peeters Publishers 2014. XX, 431 S. = Contributions to Biblical Exegesis & Theology, 70. Kart. EUR 60,00. ISBN 978-90-429-2978-4.

Rezensent:

Bob Becking

This important book contains an abundant but thorough argument based on three Greek letters in a Qumran manuscript. Frank Shaw starts his exposition with a remark on LXX manuscript found at Qumran. In the document 4QLXXLevb = 4Q120 the Greek translation of the first five chapters of the Book of Leviticus is transmitted. Of great importance is the observation that the name for the Israelite divine is not rendered with κυριος, ПІПІ or the paleo-Hebrew form of the tetragrammaton, but with the word Ιαω. ПІПІ occurs in LXX-manuscripts and is a redrawing of Hebrew yhwh in Greek characters. This occurrence of the divine name apparently in its pronounced form is the starting point for a discourse challenging some long established ideas: (1) The orig-inal LXX ...


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