By William G. Hupper
This quantity is the continuation of Hupper's herculean project to index centuries of periodical literature from 1769 to 1969. quantity II comprises over 7,000 references from greater than six hundred journals to articles on : historic close to jap background; historic close to jap Personalities; international locations and Peoples; Chronology of the traditional close to East, together with Biblical (Hebrew), Assyrian, Babylonian, Egyptian, Greek, and Ptolemaic Chronology; medical proposal within the old close to East; Astronomy/Astrology; Ecological and Meteorological experiences; Demography; position Names; Geological reviews; Geographical stories; Levitical towns of shelter; and an alphabetical directory of articles on towns and areas inside Israel/Palestine. approximately three hundred entries are given for Jerusalem by myself. while accomplished the complete sequence is envisioned to incorporate over 100,000 entries.
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Volume 1 in Volume 14 of: Hervormde Teologiese Studies] P P Preaching. ) P&P Past and Present (London. ) PAAJR Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research (Philadelphia, 1928ff. ) [Transactions as: TAPA. ) < previous page page_xxviii If you like this book, buy it! , VA; 1886-1900) [Volumes 1-5 as: The Virginian Seminary Magazine] Person Personalist. ) < previous page page_xxix If you like this book, buy it! ) RefR The Reformed Review: A Quarterly Journal of the Seminaries of the Reformed Church in America (Holland.
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An Index to English Periodical Literature on the Old Testament and Ancient Near. Vol. 2 (ATLA Bibliography Series ; No. 21) by William G. Hupper