From publisher Mohr Siebeck:
Edited by Eberhard Bons and Jan Joosten (Université de Strasbourg)
This large-scale collective and interdisciplinary project aims to produce a new research tool: a multi-volume dictionary providing an article of between two and ten pages (around 600 articles in all) for each important word or word group of the Septuagint. Filling an important gap in the fields of ancient philology and religious studies, the dictionary will be based on original research of the highest scientific level.
This project has benefitted from funding from the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (French Research National Agency), the Maison Interuniversitaire des Sciences de l’Homme – Alsace (Strasbourg), the Melanchthon-Stiftung (Tübingen), and the Armin Schmitt Stiftung (Regensburg).
The first volume is projected to be published in 2018.
You can check out a lengthy PDF sample here, with a “Wordlist of the First Volume,” as well as some sample articles.
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