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The words of Jesus considered in the light of post-Biblical Jewish writings and the Aramaic language

Authorized English version by D. M. Kay. --
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The words of Jesus considered in the light of post-Biblical Jewish writings and the Aramaic language
1902, T. & T. Clark
in English - Authorized English version by D. M. Kay.

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The words of Jesus considered in the light of post-Biblical Jewish writings and the Aramaic language

authorized English version by D. M. Kay.

First published in 1902



The words of Jesus considered in the light of post-Biblical Jewish writings and the Aramaic language

Authorized English version by D. M. Kay. --

This edition was published in by T. & T. Clark in Edinburgh.


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xiv, 350 p. ;

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