I Samuelis Volume 8 in the Anchor Bible series of new, book-by book translations of the Old and New Testaments and Apocrypha. In his series debut, P. Kyle McCarter, Jr., has written a volume of interest and value to both the scholar and the general reader. McCarter's treatment ofI Samuel consists of: Introduction: review of the literary problems and historical circumstances surrounding the writing of the book. Translation: fresh and authoratative, this new translation ofI Samuelfully utilizes for the first time ancient manuscript fragments found at Qumran. Textual Notes: for the scholar, technical information on the texts used in the translation. Notes: for the untrained reader, descriptions of people, places, customs, and unusual features of the language. Commentary: an explanatory summary of each passage of translation. Maps: illustrating the book's dramatic events.
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4QSama Abiner Achish Ahimelech Ahitub Amalek Amalekites ancient anointed ark of Yahweh army autou basis of LXX battle Benjaminite Beth-shemesh Biblical Books of Samuel Budde Chron conflation corruption cultic David David's rise Deut Deuteronomistic divine Driver Elkanah enemy ephod episode evidence Exod expansion expression father follows Gibeah Gilgal hand Hannah haplography Hebrew Ipny Israel Israelite Jabesh Jerusalem Jonathan Josephus Josh Judah Judg Keilah king kingship Kish LXX adds LXX reflects LXX<B LXXA LXXAL LXXB LXXBL LXXL meaning Michmash Mizpah MT adds MT cf Nabal narrative Nazirite Omit with MT oracle original Philistines present passage priest priestly probably prophetic Reading reference s'wl Samuel Saul Saul's seems servant Shiloh sons Stoebe story Targ Textual Note tion tradition translation Ugaritic variants verb verse victory Vulg Wellhausen words wy'mr wyhy yhwh yir'l ysr'l Ziklag Zuph