The time has come for the final installment of what has been a three-part series overviewing scholars who are supervising doctoral work in Septuagint studies. You can see the earlier parts here and here.
As I’ve said before, this is mostly for the benefit of students considering pursuing further study in the discipline, which is pretty decentralized and specialist. Since there are not a lot of scholars whose work is primarily focused on Septuagint, there are even fewer programs and resources to learn about it. Hence these posts, which are also reproduced on a standalone page on the blog that I intend to keep updated.
I’ve been going by geography more than anything, and that continues here with scholars located in Europe.
Scholars in Europe
There are a number of very good scholars and programs in Europe for studying the Septuagint. In no particular order, these include:
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