The Oxford Hebrew Bible: Prologue to a New Critical Edition

@article{Hendel2008TheOH,
  title={The Oxford Hebrew Bible: Prologue to a New Critical Edition},
  author={Ronald S. Hendel},
  journal={Vetus Testamentum},
  year={2008},
  volume={58},
  pages={324-351}
}
The Oxford Hebrew Bible project aims to construct a critical edition—featuring a critical text—of each book of the Hebrew Bible. The "Prologue to a New Critical Edition" addresses the rationale and methodology for this project. Three sample editions, including text-critical commentary, accompany this theoretical statement in order to illustrate its practice and utility. The samples are Deuteronomy 32:1-9, 1 Kings 11:1-8, and Jeremiah 27:1-10 (34 G). 
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