Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Three Titles by Tov on Eisenbrauns Sale

Eisenbrauns features a 10-days sale on three works by Emanuel Tov on textual criticism:

Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible
by Emanuel Tov
Fortress Press, 2001. Cloth. English.
ISBN: 9780800634292
List Price: $55.00
Your Price: $38.45

Now available in an updated second edition, this classic will prove an indispensable addition to the scholar's library. Emanuel Tov offers extensive descriptions of the major witnesses to the text of the Hebrew Bible, the Hebrew texts from Qumran, the Septuagint, the Masoretic Text, the Aramaic Targumin, the Syriac translations, the Vulgate, and others.

Scribal Practices and Approaches Reflected in the Texts Found in the Judean Desert
by Emanuel Tov
Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah - STDJ 54
Society of Biblical Literature -SBL, 2009. Paper. English.
ISBN: 9781589834293
List Price: $49.95
Your Price: $37.46

This monograph is written in the form of a handbook on the scribal features of the texts found in the Judean Desert, the Dead Sea Scrolls. It details the material, shape, and preparation of the scrolls; scribes and scribal activity; scripts, writing conventions, errors and their correction, and scribal signs; scribal traditions; differences between different types of scrolls (e.g., biblical and nonbiblical scrolls); and the possible existence of scribal schools such as that at Qumran. In most categories, the analysis is meant to be exhaus... (more)


The Text-Critical Use of the Septuagint in Biblical Research The Text-Critical Use of the Septuagint in Biblical Research
by Emanuel Tov
Jerusalem Biblical Studies - JBS 8
Simor, Ltd., 1997. Cloth. English.
ISBN:
List Price: $51.00
Your Price: $40.80

Don't forget to also check out Tov's online publications.

2 Comments:

Daniel O. McClellan said...

Tov's third edition of Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible is being finished up right now, so if anyone's really interested in that volume they might want to wait a bit.

Drew Longacre said...

I hadn't heard he was writing a third edition. Are the changes supposed to be substantial?