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Eine jakobitische Einleitung in den Psalter


in Verbindung mit zwei Homilien aus dem grossen Psalmenkommentar des Daniel von Salah


Edited and Translated by Gustav Diettrich
This volume contains the Syriac text, with German translation, of an (anonymous) introduction to the Psalms, together with two homilies from Daniel of Salah’s (fl. mid-6th century) long Psalms commentary. Diettrich’s detailed introduction adds richly to the work.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-829-3
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Jun 2,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 7 x 10
Page Count: 230
Language: German
ISBN: 978-1-60724-829-3
$167.00

This volume contains an (anonymous) introduction to the Psalms, together with two homilies from Daniel of Salah’s (fl. mid-6th century) long Psalms commentary. Diettrich gives both the Syriac text and a facing German translation. The thorough introduction to the book includes a discussion of the manuscript on which the edition of the Psalms Introduction is based, an analysis of the Introduction’s contents, its aims and readership, its probable sources, the textual evidence of its biblical citations (Peshitta, but also with Greek influence), the possible identity and time of the author (not Daniel of Salah), and, finally, the theological tone of the work. This volume will be of definite interest for students and scholars interested in the history of biblical interpretation.

This volume contains an (anonymous) introduction to the Psalms, together with two homilies from Daniel of Salah’s (fl. mid-6th century) long Psalms commentary. Diettrich gives both the Syriac text and a facing German translation. The thorough introduction to the book includes a discussion of the manuscript on which the edition of the Psalms Introduction is based, an analysis of the Introduction’s contents, its aims and readership, its probable sources, the textual evidence of its biblical citations (Peshitta, but also with Greek influence), the possible identity and time of the author (not Daniel of Salah), and, finally, the theological tone of the work. This volume will be of definite interest for students and scholars interested in the history of biblical interpretation.

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