By Philippe Hugo and Adrian Schenker
Contemplating the literary size of the earliest textual content heritage of Samuel, this quantity asks the query if the comparative research of the textual witnesses let proving the life of special literary versions and deciding on the ideological purpose
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Archaeology of the Books of Samuel: The Entangling of the Textual and Literary History by Philippe Hugo and Adrian Schenker