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Distinguished biblical scholar Paul de Lagarde provides an annotated Coptic version of the New Testament arranged by the General Epistles, preceding Pauline Epistles, and concluding with Philemon. Titles and references are in Latin.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-048-3
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Aug 12,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 288
Languages: Coptic, Latin
ISBN: 978-1-61719-048-3
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Distinguished biblical scholar Paul de Lagarde provides an annotated Coptic version of the New Testament arranged by the General Epistles, preceding Pauline Epistles, and concluding with Philemon. Titles and references are in Latin.

Distinguished biblical scholar Paul de Lagarde provides an annotated Coptic version of the New Testament arranged by the General Epistles, preceding Pauline Epistles, and concluding with Philemon. Titles and references are in Latin.

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Paul de Lagarde

  • Epistula lacobi. (page 8)
  • Petri epistula prior. (page 18)
  • Epistula Petri altera. (page 30)
  • Epistula Johannis prima. (page 38)
  • Epistula Johannis secunda. (page 50)
  • Epistula Johannis tertia. (page 52)
  • Epistula Iudae. (page 54)
  • Epistula ad Romanos. (page 58)
  • Ad Corinthios I. (page 100)
  • Epistula ad Corinthios altera. (page 141)
  • Epistula ad Galatas. (page 168)
  • Ad Ephesios. (page 182)
  • Ad Philippenses. (page 196)
  • Epistula ad Colossenses. (page 206)
  • Epistula ad Thessalonicenses prior. (page 216)
  • Ad Thessalonicenses altera. (page 225)
  • Ad Hebraeos. (page 230)
  • Epistula ad Timotheum prior. (page 261)
  • Epistula ad Timotheum altera. (page 272)
  • Ad Titum. (page 280)
  • Epistula ad Philemonem. (page 285)
  • ERRATA. (page 287)
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