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Proverbs: An Eclectic Edition with Introduction and Textual Commentary
translated by Michael V. Fox
SBL Press, 2015
eISBN: 978-1-62837-021-8 | Cloth: 978-1-62837-020-1
Library of Congress Classification BS1465.53.F69 2014
Dewey Decimal Classification 223.7077

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

A new critical text for Proverbs drawing from many manuscripts


This first volume of The Hebrew Bible: A Critical Edition series, features a critical text of Proverbs with extensive text-critical introductions and commentaries. This and future HBCE volumes bring together a scholar’s critical decisions into a single text. construct an eclectic text, drawing from many manuscripts or placing entirely variant texts side by side. A common approach for critical editions of other ancient books, including the New Testament, the eclectic approach and scope used in the HBCE is a first of its kind for the Hebrew Bible.


Features:



  • Emendations set in context rather than singly and marginally

  • Introduction that sets out the method and purpose of the volume

  • Extensive list of abbreviations and sigla


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