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IOSOT 2022

Program IOSCS

Friday, 5 August


SBL Commentary on the Septuagint

Chair: Robert Hiebert

Room KIR-2-200

Versions and Reception (1)

Chair: Alison Salvesen

Room KIR-2-201

14.00-14.30 Felix Albrecht (Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen)
A Commentary on Psalm 71 LXX (Psalm 72 MT)
Martijn Jaspers (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)
Nimia novitate: A Polysystemic Approach to Jerome’s Latin Bible Translations
14.30-15.00 Sarah Yardney (University of Chicago)
Preliminary Results from SBLCS 1 Reigns
Peter Gentry (Phoenix Seminary)
Mercati’s Analysis of the Hexaplaric Colophons
15.00-15.30 Johann Cook (Stellenbosch University), Bryan Beeckman (KU Leuven/UC Louvain)
An Exegetical Commentary of LXX Proverbs: Women in LXX Proverbs
Martijn Beukenhorst (Université catholique de Louvain)
The Quedlinburg Itala
15.30-16.00 Michaël N. van der Meer (Independent Scholar)
Achan’s Sin according to the Septuagint
Anna Kharanauli (Ivane Javakhishvili Tbislisi State University)
The Old Georgian Translation of Michaeas and the Textual Character of its Greek Vorlage

IOSCS Keynote

Chair: Alison Salvesen

Room KIR-2-200

16.30-17.30 Cécile Dogniez (Centre national de la recherche scientifique)
Le « parler » de la Septante dans ses approches culturelles. Retour sur les travaux de Marguerite Harl (1919–2020)


Saturday, 6 August


Translation Technique (1)

Chair: Reinhart Ceulemans

Room KIR-2-200

Translation Technique and Textual Criticism

Chair: Cécile Dogniez

Room KIR-2-201

09.00-09.30 Robert Walker (University of Cambridge)
Dative Alternation within the Septuagint Pentateuch in Light of Postclassical Greek
Theo van der Louw (SIL)
Translation Theory and Translation Techniques in the Septuagint and Their Relevance for the Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible

Christa Müller-Kessler (Universität Jena)
Translation Technique from the Greek Bible into Aramaic

Jean Maurais (Faculté de Théologie Évangélique - Acadia University)
Papyrus Fouad inv. 266 (Ra 848) and the Text of Old Greek Deuteronomy: Time to Reassess Their Relationship?
10.00-10.30 Camilla Recalcati (Université catholique de Louvain)
Egyptian “Retro-Corrections” in the LXX Greek of Genesis 37–50
S. C. Daley (Triapla Research Institute)
The Common Text Project: Some Essential Features
  Coffee break  

Thematic Studies (1)

Translation Technique (2)

Chair: Eberhard Bons

Room KIR-2-200


Marieke Dhont (University of Cambridge)
Periphrastic ποιέω in the Septuagint

To Zoom-Meeting

11.30-12.00 Joshua Alfaro (Universität Salzburg)
The Original Language of the Greek Esther Additions
12.00-12.30 Kristin Klaus (University of Tartu)
Possibilities of Dividing the Speeches of Old Greek Job into Thematic-Formal Units

Lexicographical and Semantic Studies (1)

Chair: William A. Ross

Room KIR-2-200


Versions and Reception (2)
Chair: Peter Gentry

Room KIR-2-201

14.00-14.30 Eberhard Bons (Université de Strasbourg)
Observations on the Use of ἐλπίς and ἐλπίζω in the Greek Text of Sirach
Kyle Young (Trinity College Dublin)
Aquila’s ‘Second Edition’: Evaluating the Appropriation and Evolution of a Concept
14.30-15.00 Nesina Grütter (Universität Basel)
Religionshistorische Diskurs-Forschung im Zeitalter von Big Data und Crowing Corpora: Eine Fallstudie
Timothy Lee (University of Cambridge)
Kaige Revision of the Septuagint and Ancient Jewish Education
15.00-15.30 Lorenzo Cuppi (Sapienza University of Rome)
The Correspondence between רפאים and γηγενεῖς in Proverbs 9:18
Alison Salvesen (University of Oxford)
Symmachus and Caesarea
15.30-16.00 J. Alberto Paredes (Reformed Theological Seminary)
The Gileadite Password in Greek Judges: Text and Semantics
Reinhart Ceulemans (KU Leuven)
The Pentateuch Text of the Nomos Mosaikos
  Coffee break  


Hellenistic World (1)

Chair: Natia Mirotadze

Room KIR-2-200

Thematic Studies (2)

Chair: Nesina Grütter

Room KIR-2-201

16.30-17.00 Jonathan Thambyrajah (Australian Institute of Theological Education)
Intertextuality in the Versions of Esther
Robert Hiebert (Trinity Western University)
The ‘Israel in Egypt’ Motif in Septuagint Genesis


Sunday, 7 August


Lexicographical and Semantic Studies (2)

Chair: Felix Albrecht

Room KIR-2-200


Thematic Studies (3)

Chair: Jean Maurais

Room KIR 2-201

09.00-09.30 Andrew Daniel (African Christian University)
The Coreferential Genitive Absolute as a Parasitic Mirative Structure:
Evidence from LXX Greek
Beatrice Bonanno (Université catholique de Louvain)
Theological Accents in the Septuagint of the Book of Ruth
09.30-10.00 William A. Ross (Reformed Theological Seminary)
Donkeys and Dating the Greek Pentateuch
Daniel Olariu (Adventus University from Cernica)
Thematic Resonance in Septuagint-Daniel
10.00-10.30 Travis Wright (University of Cambridge)
Negation and (Non)veridical Contexts in the Greek Pentateuch
To the Zoom-Meeting
Dirk Büchner (Trinity Western University)
Animals in LXX Leviticus 11
  Coffee break  

Hellenistic World (2)

Chair: Michaël N. van der Meer

Room KIR-2-200

Translation Technique (3)

Chair: Felix Albrecht

Room KIR-2-201

11.00-11.30 Carson Bay (Universität Bern)
The Language of Exemplarity between the Greek Jewish Scriptures and
Other Ancient Mediterranean Literature
Natia Mirotadze (Paris-Lodron-University Salzburg)
LXX Esther as Reflected by the Old Georgian II Translation of Esther
11.30-12.00 Raphaëlle Berterottière (Université Paul-Valéry, Montpellier-III)
L’hybridité stylistique du Livre de la Sagesse en fait-elle un OVNI littéraire? Une confrontation de Sg aux théories hellénistiques du style
Andrew Keenan (University of Cambridge)
Neologisms in LXX Jeremiah