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Geoffrey C. R. Schmalz
This study is a reference work for the study of Roman Athens: the Epigraphical Catalogue (Part I) represents a supplement to the Inscriptiones Graecae as it pertains to Athens in the Augustan and Julio-Claudian periods; the Prosopographical Catalogue (Part II) offers a prosopography of the ...
Reading Luke-Acts through the lens of Greco-Roman physiognomics, this is a study of the use of physical descriptions in characterization in the biblical texts. Specifically, this work studies blindness as characterization and, ultimately, as an interpretive guide to Luke-Acts.
Kasper Bro Larsen
Recognizing the Stranger is the first monographic study of recognition type-scenes and motifs (anagnōrisis) in the Gospel of John. The book shows how the Gospel employs and transforms contemporary genre conventions in its portrait of Jesus as the divine stranger.
Edited by F.A.J. Hoogendijk and B.P. Muhs
This volume contains editions of sixty-five Greek, Demotic, Coptic and Arabic papyri and ostraca from Egypt. These include both literary and documentary texts, and date from the third century BC to the eleventh century AD.
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