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Yaku Lee
06-16-2012, 05:41 AM
In LXT, does the "A" in, e.x., "Judges (A) 19:2" stand for "Aquila," just as the "TH" in, e.x., "Daniel (TH) 1:1" stand for "Theodotion"? Where do I find the information that I may quote?

Thank you for your help.

bobvenem
06-16-2012, 12:58 PM
Based on the following quote from the version info presented in the analysis window, I assume the "A" means "Alexandrinus" as "TH" means "Theodosius" and presumably "S" would then be "Sinaiticus" (haven't seen any examples of that one, though).

LXX OT Apocryphal/Deutero-Canonical books, substantial text variations and multiple text types (assuming Codex Vaticanus as standard) from the Theodotian revision, Codex Alexandrinus, and Codex Sinaiticus are included.