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The Dead Sea scrolls and primitive Christianity

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This edition was published in by Helicon Press in Baltimore.

Written in English

128 pages

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The Dead Sea scrolls and primitive Christianity
1979, Greenwood Press
in English
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The Dead Sea scrolls and primitive Christianity
1958, New American Library
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1958, The New American Library
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The Dead Sea scrolls and primitive Christianity

This edition was published in by Helicon Press in Baltimore.


Edition Notes

Translation of Les manuscrits de la mer Morte et les origines du christianisme.

Includes bibliographical references.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
221.4
Library of Congress
BM487 .D253, BM487 .D253 1962

The Physical Object

Pagination
128 p.
Number of pages
128

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL6252155M
Internet Archive
deadseascrollspr00dani
LC Control Number
58014443
OCLC/WorldCat
361926
Library Thing
109728

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