Welcome to the Septuagint Studies Soirée #7, covering February in the Septuagintablogosphere.
There is now a Septuagint podcast. Check it out here.
Via Jim West: There will be a Historical and Theological Lexicon of the Septuagint (HTLS), which you can read more about here and here. You can even read a sample article (pdf)!
Do you want to contribute to a Septuagint Dictionary? Then check this one out.
This is a review of the Joshua volume of the Septuagint Commentary Series (Brill).
Here’s Lawrence Shiffman on Isaiah and the Greek Septuagint.
Brian Davidson posted a rockin’ interview with the editors of the Lexham English Septuagint.
It’s the International Septuaginta Summer School 2014. It sounds incredible, and it’s on Greek Isaiah. If you have a benefactor, go (and then introduce him or her to me, and I’ll meet you there).
Into prizes? Submit an LXX paper here for a prize of $350.
UPDATE 3/3/14: Wayne Coppins writes about Dietrich-Alex Koch’s analysis of Paul’s use of the Septuagint.
Finally, here and here you can find more interaction with T. Michael Law’s When God Spoke Greek.
Did I miss anything? Feel free to leave more February 2014 LXX links of interest in the comments.
4 thoughts on “Septuagint Studies Soirée #7: Mostly Just Links Edition”
My “German for Neutestamentler” blog had a Septuagint blog post in February entitled Dietrich-Alex Koch on Paul’s Use of the LXX and Vorpaulinische Septuagintarezensionen. The Link is: http://wp.me/p4dgUF-3f
Thank you for the link, Wayne! I’ll add it in to the body of my blog post, as well.