From Scribal Error to Rewriting: How Ancient Texts Could and Could Not Be Changed

Anneli Pirjo Marjukka Aejmelaeus (Editor), Drew Glenn Longacre (Editor), Natia Mirotadze (Editor)

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Abstract

The present volume offers contributions from a representative group of prominent scholars from diverse backgrounds and interests in the areas of Classical, Patristic, and Biblical studies. The papers focus on changes occurring in (sacred) texts on various levels of textual history (copying, editing, and translating) and the intentional and unintentional reasons for these changes. A special emphasis of this volume is a large number of contributions by Georgian textual scholars concerning ancient editorial practices and especially ancient Georgian translations of biblical and patristic texts.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGöttingen
PublisherVandenhoeck & Ruprecht
Number of pages409
ISBN (Print)978-3-525-52209-7
ISBN (Electronic)978-3-647-52209-8
Publication statusPublished - 2020
MoE publication typeC2 Edited book

Publication series

NameDe Septuaginta Investigationes
PublisherVandenhoeck & Ruprecht
No.12
ISSN (Print)2198-1140
ISSN (Electronic)2197-0912

Fields of Science

  • 614 Theology

Cite this

Aejmelaeus, A. P. M., Longacre, D. G., & Mirotadze, N. (Eds.) (2020). From Scribal Error to Rewriting: How Ancient Texts Could and Could Not Be Changed . (De Septuaginta Investigationes; No. 12). Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht .