the oldest Greek version of the Old Testament, traditionally said to have been translated by 70 or 72 Jewish scholars at the request of Ptolemy II: most scholars believe that only the Pentateuch was completed in the early part of the 3rd century b.c. and that the remaining books were translated in the next two centuries.
the principal Greek version of the Old Testament, including the Apocrypha, believed to have been translated by 70 or 72 scholars
septulum sep·tu·lum (sěp’chə-ləm) n. pl. sep·tu·la (-lə) A tiny or minute septum.
noun, plural septa [sep-tuh] /ˈsɛp tə/ (Show IPA). Biology. 1. a dividing wall, membrane, or the like, in a plant or animal structure; dissepiment. noun (pl) -ta (-tə) 1. (biology, anatomy) a dividing partition between two tissues or cavities 2. a dividing partition or membrane between two cavities in a mechanical device septum sep·tum (sěp’təm) […]
- Septum pellucidum
septum pellucidum septum pel·lu·ci·dum (pə-lōō’sĭ-dəm) n. pl. septa pel·lu·ci·da (-də) A thin membrane of nervous tissue that forms the medial wall of the lateral ventricles in the brain. Also called septum lucidum.
- Septum penis
septum penis septum pe·nis (pē’nĭs) n. The portion of the tunica albuginea separating the two cavernous bodies of the penis.