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Tribute to Geza Vermes : Essays on Jewish and Christian Literature and History

By: Davies, Philip R.
Contributor(s): White, Richard T.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies: Publisher: London : Continuum International Publishing, 1990Description: 1 online resource (407 p.).ISBN: 9780567116314.Subject(s): Church history | Judaism | Rabbinical literature | Vermès, GézaGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Tribute to Geza Vermes : Essays on Jewish and Christian Literature and HistoryDDC classification: 209 | 209296.09 | 296.1 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; Editors'' Preface; Abbreviations; I. SEMITICA; II. DEAD SEA SCROLLS; III. TARGUMS AND RABBINICA; IV. JUDAISM AND CHRISTIANITY IN HISTORY; V. NEW TESTAMENT; BIBLIOGRAPHY OF GEZA VERMES; Index of Ancient References; Index of Authors
Summary: This Festschrift honours one of today''s leading scholars of early Judaism and Christian origins. Twenty-two essays by internationally renowned scholars reflect the pioneering contribution of Geza Vermes in the fields of Dead Sea Scrolls, Targums and Rabbinics and New Testament.
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Contents; Editors'' Preface; Abbreviations; I. SEMITICA; II. DEAD SEA SCROLLS; III. TARGUMS AND RABBINICA; IV. JUDAISM AND CHRISTIANITY IN HISTORY; V. NEW TESTAMENT; BIBLIOGRAPHY OF GEZA VERMES; Index of Ancient References; Index of Authors

This Festschrift honours one of today''s leading scholars of early Judaism and Christian origins. Twenty-two essays by internationally renowned scholars reflect the pioneering contribution of Geza Vermes in the fields of Dead Sea Scrolls, Targums and Rabbinics and New Testament.

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