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13.1.1 Textual History of the Psalms of Solomon

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Author(s): Lattke, Michael
Part of 13 Psalms and Odes of Solomon - 13.1 Psalms of Solomon13.1.1.1 Psalms of Solomon and the BibleThe collection of eighteen pseudepigraphical poems called Psalms of Solomon has never been part of the Hebrew Bible (MT; I.1.2.2) or the Greek Septuagint (LXX; I.1.3.1.1). Although Rahlfs incorporated the collection’s 613 cola (twenty-five monocola, 216 bicola, fifty-two tricola) into his Handausgabe,1 he himself had to admit that these psalms of varying lengths were not to be found in ancient OT manuscripts.2 It is mainly due to Rahlfs that we now find an English translation of Psalms of Solomon in *NETS3 and a German translation in *
Date: 2020-02-27

13.2.2.2 Latin Quotations of the Greek Text

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Author(s): Lattke, Michael
Part of 13 Psalms and Odes of Solomon - 13.2 Odes of Solomon - 13.2.2 Greek13.2.2.2.1 Lactantius and His Collection of the Odes of SolomonWithin the textual history of the Odes of Solomon, only three lines have survived in Latin quoted in the works of Lactantius. Lucius Caelius Firmianus qui est Lactantius, the “Christian Cicero,” lived from ca. 250 to ca. 325 C.E.; he wrote the seven books of Divinae institutiones “Divine Institutes” ( Div. inst.) between 304 and 311 C.E. and produced an abridgement of the larger work called Epitome ( Epit.) sometime after 313 C.E.1 In his main work, he introduces a quotation from Odes of Solomon 19 with the words Solomon in ode undeuicesima ita dicit “Solomon in his ninet…
Date: 2020-02-27

13.2.1 Textual History of the Odes of Solomon

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Author(s): Lattke, Michael
Part of 13 Psalms and Odes of Solomon - 13…
Date: 2020-02-27

13.2.2.3 Coptic Quotations of the Greek Text

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Author(s): Lattke, Michael
Part of 13 Psalms and Odes of Solomon - 13.2 Odes of Solomon - 13.2.2 Greek13.2.2.3.1 Editio princeps of the Coptic Quotations from the Odes of SolomonMore than half a century before the editio princeps of the late-fourth century C.E. parchment codex Askew(ianus) was published by the German oriental sc…
Date: 2020-02-27

13.2.3 Syriac

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Author(s): Lattke, Michael
Part of 13 Psalms and Odes of Solomon - 13.2 Odes of Solomon13.2.3.1 Editio Princeps of the Odes of SolomonUntil 1909, our knowledge about the existence of the ᾠδαὶ Σολομῶντος “Odes of Solomon” was based on two Greek lists of canonical works (13.2.2.1), a Latin quotation by Lactantius (13.2.2.2), and five Coptic quotations in the Gnostic tractate Pistis Sophia (13.2.2.3). This unsatisfying situation changed dramatically in 1909 with the publication of The Odes and Psalms of Solomon: Now First Published from the Syriac Version by Harris (1852–1941), the discoverer of t…
Date: 2020-02-27

13.2.2.1 The Greek Text according to Papyrus Bodmer XI

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Author(s): Lattke, Michael
Part of 13 Psalms and Odes of Solomon - 13.2 Odes of Solomon - 13.2.2 Greek13.2.2.1.1 P. Bodmer XI as Part of a Codex in the Bibliotheca BodmerianaThe original language of the Odes of Solomon was most probably Greek (but see 13.2.1). Before the discovery and publication of P. Bodmer XI in 1959 (13.2.2.1.2), scholars were puzzled about the existence and size of a collection called ᾠδαὶ Σολομῶντος “Odes of Solomon” in two lists of canonical works (13.2.1.2); in addition to the evidence of these lists, we knew only of five enigmatic Coptic quotati…
Date: 2020-02-27