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By Bons, Eberhard, Joosten, Jan

This quantity discusses difficulties on the topic of the vocabulary of the Septuagint, the Greek translation of the Hebrew Scriptures. The history of the phrases in Greek literature, their use within the translation, and their later reception in Jewish and Christian writings, together with the recent testomony, are studied at the foundation of concrete examples. The dialogue indicates how faith and theology can have an effect on the that means and utilization of phrases and the way, conversely, using particular phrases may have an influence at the realizing and interpretation of Scripture

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Die Wendung, in diesem Fall im Papyrus durch Dittographie verschrieben, wäre als terminologische Lehnübersetzung von in operis aufzufassen, das eine gewissermaßen amtliche, verantwortliche Tätigkeit “im Dienste” eines Auftraggebers zum Ausdruck bringt (entsprechend dem griechischen ὑπηρέτης und ὑπηρεσία, s. Friedrich Preisigke, Fachwörter des öffentlichen Verwaltungsdienstes Ägyptens in den griechischen Papyrusurkunden der ptolemäisch-römischen Zeit (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1915, Ndr.

Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1911), 794–821; zur Stelle: “Ein wenig verstümmeltes Blatt enthält zwei Erlasse des Germanicus von seiner ägyptischen Reise, 19 n. Chr. ” 15 Das im Papyrus nur schwer lesbare ἐν υ̣π̣ο̣π̣α̣ρ̣ε̣τ̣ι̣α gibt in dieser Form Rätsel auf. Angesichts des Zusammenhangs (Germanicus betont, er sei gegenüber der Göttlichkeit der Herrscher nur untergeordnet) erwartet man einen Ausdruck, der diese untergeordnete Stellung beschreibt; denken könnte man an ἐν ὑπηρεσίᾳ, also: “was unsere Angelegenheiten betrifft, so stehen sie im Dienst der Göttlichkeit der Herrscher”.

24) deutlich gemacht hat, daß die Vorstellung vom römischen Kaiser als praesens divus bereits zu Lebzeiten schon in den Anfangszeiten des Prinzipats durchaus nicht auf den orientalisch beeinflußten griechischen 24 Mit einer gewissen Aporie Manfred Clauss, Kaiser und Gott. , 76–89. Wie wir aus mehreren Stellen besonders bei Tacitus erfahren, die sich mittlerweile inschriftlich kontrollieren lassen, war Tiberius zwar im allgemeinen geneigt, solche Ehrungen abzulehnen, aber er ließ sie andererseits vor allem in den östlichen Provinzen durchaus zu; so berichtet Tacitus, Ann.

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