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Bible studies : contributions, chiefly from papyri and inscriptions, to the history of the language, the literature, and the religion of Hellenistic Judaism and primitive Christianity / by Dr. G. Adolf Deissmann ; translated by Alexander Grieve. [print]

By: Deissmann, Adolf, 1866-1937 [author]Contributor(s): Grieve, A. J. (Alexander James), 1874-1952Material type: TextTextPublication details: Edinburgh : T. and T. Clark, 1901. Description: xv, 384 pages : 1 illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0943575087Subject(s): Bible -- Language, style | Greek language, BiblicalLOC classification: BS520.B535 1988BS520.G848.B535 1988COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
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Prolegomena to the Biblical letters and epistles Contributions to the history of the language of the Greek Bible Further contributions to the history of the language of the Greek Bible An epigraphic memorial of the Septuagint Notes on some Biblical persons and names Greek transcriptions of the Tetragrammaton Spicilegium Indexes.
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Prolegomena to the Biblical letters and epistles Contributions to the history of the language of the Greek Bible Further contributions to the history of the language of the Greek Bible An epigraphic memorial of the Septuagint Notes on some Biblical persons and names Greek transcriptions of the Tetragrammaton Spicilegium Indexes.

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