That widely celebrated occasion is upon us again: Happy 11th International Septuagint Day! As I have in the past, I encourage you to take up your well-worn edition of the Greek Old Testament and read a bit today in recognition of this joyful day.Some past interviews of LXX scholars by William Ross are noted here and links.
And there's also this:
How the Vatican Library celebrates LXX Day (Marieke Dhont, Logos Academic Blog).
In honour of Septuagint Day, I am eager to discuss ancient manuscripts of the LXX, in particular those manuscripts that have recently been made accessible to the public by the Vatican Library Digitization Project. This project greatly improves our access to ancient treasures that further our understanding of the Bible and its history.With fine photos and commentary. The Vatican knows how to celebrate.
Past PaleoJudaica posts on International Septuagint Day are here, here (it seems I forgot about the post from the previous year), here, here, here, and here.