The Hexapla at SBL 2017 in Boston

Boston-Skyline

Four months from now the Society of Biblical Literature will meet in Boston. Several papers pertain to research on the Hexapla, with a whole session of the IOSCS devoted to the subject. In that section, several members of the Hexapla Institute are giving papers. This a good year for hexaplaric research.

11/18/2017
4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Room: Room TBD – Hotel TBD

Theme: Hexapla

Leonard Greenspoon, Creighton University, Presiding

Andrew McClurg, Grand Canyon University
Origen’s Role as Editor of the Fifth Column of the Hexapla (30 min)

Peter J. Gentry, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Colophons in Princeton University Library, Scheide Library M150 (30 min)

Pete Myers, University of Cambridge
The Hexaplaric Corrector of 2 Esdras in Sinaiticus (30 min)

Benjamin Kantor, University of Texas at Austin
The Second Column of Origen’s Hexpla in the Quotations of Church Fathers and in the Notes of LXX Manuscripts in Comparison with the Ambrosiana Palimpsest (O 39 Sup.) (30 min)

Reinhart Ceulemans, KU Leuven
Hexaplaric Excavations (30 min)

11/20/2017
1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Room: Room TBD – Hotel TBD

Anneli Aejmelaeus, University of Helsinki, Presiding

Anna Kharanauli, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
Hexaplaric Recension or Ekdosis of Alexandrian Grammarian? (30 min)

Richard Saley, Harvard University
Kaige Penetration in 2 Sam 1:1–1 Kgs 2:11 (30 min)

Guy Darshan, Tel Aviv University
The Hapax dunasteumata in 3 Kgdms 2:46c (30 min)

Matthieu Richelle, FLTE
Who were the “worst” of the kings of Israel and Judah? A little-known divergence between MT and LXX (30 min)

Kristin De Troyer , Universität Salzburg
Hexaplaric Readings in Joshua (30 min)

11/20/2017
4:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Room: Room TBD – Hotel TBD

Kristin De Troyer, Universität Salzburg, Presiding

Anneli Aejmelaeus, University of Helsinki
Hexaplaric Recension and Hexaplaric Readings in 1 Samuel (30 min)

Natia Mirotadze, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
Hexaplaric Grains in the Georgian I Samuel (30 min)

Ki-Min Bang, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
The First Source Critic in LXX 1Samuel 17 (30 min)

Debra Scoggins Ballentine, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
“They Smote Him in the Fifth”: The Rhetorical Work of an Uncommon Phrase in 2 Samuel (30 min)

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