Hugo, Philippe.Schenker, Adrian. (Eds.) (2010) Archaeology of the books of Samuelthe entangling of the textual and literary history Leiden ; Brill,MLA Citation
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Archaeology of the books of Samuel [electronic resource] : the entangling of the textual and literary history /
edited by Philippe Hugo and Adrian Schenker.
|Names:||Hugo, Philippe. | Schenker, Adrian,|
|Published:||Leiden ; Brill, 2010.|
Supplements to Vetus Testamentum ; v. 132.
ebrary Academic religion & philosophy
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|Topics:||Criticism, interpretation, etc. | Criticism, Textual. | Dead Sea scrolls (4QSama?) | Greek. | Hebrew. | O.T. | Samuel. | Septuagint. | Versions. | Religion. | RELIGION - Biblical Studies - Old Testament. | Übersetzung. | Bible. Samuel - Criticism, Textual. | Bible. Samuel - Criticism, interpretation, etc. | Bible. Samuel. Hebrew - Versions - Dead Sea scrolls (4QSama̳) | Bible. Samuel. Greek - Versions - Septuagint. | Bible. | Samuel <Buch, I. II.> | Jakob von Edessa.|
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