• F. Feder, “1.4.2 Coptic Translations”, in: A. Lange and E. Tov (eds.), Textual History of the Bible. The Hebrew Bible, Vol. 1A: Overview Articles (Leiden & Boston: Brill 2016), 331a–345b.
  • A. Suciu, “3–5.2.2 Coptic Translations”, in: A. Lange and E. Tov (eds.), Textual History of the Bible. The Hebrew Bible, Vol. 1B: Pentateuch, Former and Latter Prophets, 3–5 Former Prophets, 3–5.2 Secondary Translations (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2017), 403b-409a.
  • F. Feder, “6-9.2.2.1 Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel”, in: A. Lange  and E. Tov (eds.), Textual History of the Bible. The Hebrew Bible, Vol. 1B: Pentateuch, Former and Latter Prophets, 6-9 Latter Prophets, 6-9.2 Secondary Translations, 6-9.2.2 Coptic Translations (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2017), 665a–671a.

The newest fascicle of the late Karlheinz Schüssler's manuscript catalogue Biblia Coptica 2.2, prepared for publication by Hans Förster and Frank Feder, just appeared. This fascicle contains 76 mostly OT manuscripts.

This book can be ordered from the publisher Harrassowitz.

The present volume contains papers of an international conference held in April 2013 in honour of the 75th birthday of Peter Nagel, the doyen of Coptic Septuagint research. The conference venue was the Coptic Orthodox Monastery Höxter-Brenkhausen, where the participants enjoyed the kind hospitality of H.G. Bishop Damian. This volume builds on the scientific work of Peter Nagel, reevaluates research results on the Coptic Old Testament and offers fresh perspectives for further research.

As additional material, the digital publication offers a video clip "Students of a traditional Ethiopian church school present their knowledge to the teacher" by Verena Böll.

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