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=== Demetrios Database for Septuagint Greek ===
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==Available==
  
URL: <span class="wikiexternallink">http://www.extra.rdg.ac.uk/lxx/</span>
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* Project: http://www.reading.ac.uk/lxx/index.htm
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* Database: http://www.reading.ac.uk/demetrios/
  
=== Description ===
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==Director==
  
Part of the AHRB funded <span class="wikiexternallink">[http://www.rdg.ac.uk/lxx/index.htm The Greek Bible in the Graeco-Roman World]</span> project, Demetrios is an online relational database focusing on over 400 political, legal and administrative words, in order to help evaluating the Greek Bible as a source for Jewish interpretation of the political, social and intellectual culture of the Hellenistic world (continuing into the early Roman Empire).
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* Tessa Rajak (Reading)
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==Description==
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Part of the AHRB funded [http://www.rdg.ac.uk/lxx/index.htm The Greek Bible in the Graeco-Roman World] project, Demetrios is an online relational database focusing on over 400 political, legal and administrative words, in order to help evaluating the Greek Bible as a source for Jewish interpretation of the political, social and intellectual culture of the Hellenistic world (continuing into the early Roman Empire).
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(As of 2015-02-03 the engine behind the Demetrios database seems to be down.)
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Latest revision as of 11:21, 14 January 2016

[edit] Available

[edit] Director

  • Tessa Rajak (Reading)

[edit] Description

Part of the AHRB funded The Greek Bible in the Graeco-Roman World project, Demetrios is an online relational database focusing on over 400 political, legal and administrative words, in order to help evaluating the Greek Bible as a source for Jewish interpretation of the political, social and intellectual culture of the Hellenistic world (continuing into the early Roman Empire).

(As of 2015-02-03 the engine behind the Demetrios database seems to be down.)

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