Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Changes to TJob

Danny Zacharias passed on the following notes for TJob, from Rex Koivisto.

t.job 25:9, the two consecutive Job's both have graves in Kraft.
27:2,5 — Job should also have grave in Kraft's reading.
30:3 Kraft reading πιστευομεν ὅτι is missing acute over upsilon
30:7 ὑπάρχοντά , Kraft's text only has an acute on the final alpha (not sure about the others though)

Revisions to 2 Baruch title page

David Miller made minor revisions to the 2 Baruch title page.

Friday, March 30, 2007

2Bar title page

A new title page for 2 Baruch has been submitted to the review board.

Monday, March 26, 2007

Abbreviations, contributors, Mois

The abbreviations page and contributors page has been updated.

A final update of the Mois title page has been sent to the review board. (Notice the link at the bottom of the bibliography to a pre-formed search on the BiBIL database!)

Friday, March 23, 2007

The Vision of Ezra

The editors of The Online Critical Pseudepigrapha are pleased to announce the publication of a new document, the Vision of Ezra. Although its provenance is uncertain, this Latin text is closely related to 4 Ezra (2 Esdras) and other Ezra pseudepigrapha. This new edition, edited by Ian W. Scott and David M. Miller, reproduces the text of manuscript Vat. Barberini lat. 2318. This manuscript, first published in 1984 by P.-M. Bogaert, is the fullest form of the document to survive. Since this manuscript was not available during the preparation of Charlesworth's Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, it contains material which is not included in the standard English translation by J. R. Mueller and G. A. Robbins. If Bogaert is correct, though, this manuscript represents the oldest extant form of the Vision of Ezra. This OCP edition of the Latin text is published without critical apparatus, but including the emendations suggested by Bogaert.