Henry St. John Thackeray

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Henry St. John Thackeray (1869–30 June 1930) was a British biblical scholar at King's College, Cambridge, an expert on Koine Greek, Josephus and the Septuagint.[1]

His works included

  • The Relation of St. Paul to Contemporary Jewish Thought 1900
  • The Letter of Aristeas 1904
  • Josephus: The Man and the Historian 1929
  • An Introduction to the Old Testament in Greek with Henry Barclay Swete 1900
  • A grammar of the Old Testament in Greek according to the Septuagint 1909

References[edit]

  1. ^ Invitation to the Septuagint ed. Karen H. Jobes, Moisés Silva - 2000 Henry St. John Thackeray (1869-1930) "Henry Thackeray was a scholar of King's College, University of Cambridge, who is perhaps best remembered for his work on Josephus.31 His untimely death at the age of sixty-one in 1930 abruptly ended his work as editor and translator of Josephus's works for the Loeb Classical Library, after producing the first five volumes."