The International Critical Commentary (ICC):...

The very detailed handling of the original languages of Daniel (Hebrew and Aramaic) and frequent references to scholarly works in Latin, French, and German make this the commentary for scholars.

THE BOOK OF DANIEL

The International Critical Commentary (ICC): Daniel


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Front MatterTitile PageDedication PagePREFACECONTENTSBIBLIOGRAPHKEY TO ABBREVIATIONSSYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS IN THE TEXTUAL APPARATUSINTRODUCTIONI. THE BOOK§ 1. The Contents§ 2. Early Testimony to the Book and Its Place in the Canon§ 3. Literary Divisions of the Book§ 4. a. Apocryphal Additionsb. Later Pseudepigraphac. LegendsII. TEXT AND LANGUAGE§ 5. The Hebrew-aramaic Text§ 6. The Hebrew§ 7. The Aramaic§ 8. Foreign Wordsa. Words from the Akkadianb. Persian Wordsc. Greek Words§ 9. The Literary Form of the BookIII. ANCIENT VERSIONS§ 10. Summary According to Languagesa. Greek(1) The Old Greek or ‘Septuagint'(2) The Theodotionic Group(3) The Versions of Aquila and Symmachus(4) The Mediæval Græco-Venetusb. Latin(1) The Old Latin(2) The Vulgatec. Copticd. Syriace. Arabicf. Other Languages§ 11. The Old Greek Version§ 12. Theodotiona. The Greek B-Groupb. The Sahedic-Copticc. The Old Latin§ 13. Theodotion: Triumph over the Old Greek; Age; The Problem of ‘Ur-theodotion'§ 14. The Hexaplaric Revisions: Orp (V 62 147) And Orc (The A-group, Arabic, Bohairic)§ 15. The Lucianic Revision§ 16. The Old Syriac Version§ 17. Jerome's Version: the Vulgate§ 18. Method And Use of the Textual ApparatusIV. HISTORICAL CRITICISM OF THE BOOK§ 19. The Historical Dataa. The Appearance of the Book in Literatureb. The Philological Evidencec. The Historical Objective of the Book: the Four Monarchiesd. Darius the Medee. Belshazzarf. The Third Year of Jehoiakim; The Chaldæans, etcg. The Book as an Apocryphon§ 20. The Theology of the Book and its Place in Jewish Religion§ 21. The Problem of the Unity of the Book and of the Two Languagesa. The Two Books, the Stories and the Visionsb. The Problem of the Two Languagesc. Further Divisive Theoriesd. The Dating of the Two Sectionse. Losses and Additions to the Original Book§ 22. An Appreciation of the Literary and Religious Character of the Booka. The Storiesb. The Visions§ 23. Review of the Literature on DanielCOMMENTARYI. THE HISTORIESII. THE VISIONSINDEXESI. Index VariorumII. Philological IndexesIII. Literary References, Biblical, etc.
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