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Josephus: Henry Leeming: Josephus' Jewish War and Its Slavonic Version: A Synoptic Comparison (2003) "This volume presents in English translation the Slavonic version of Josephus Flavius' "Jewish War, long inaccessible to Anglophone readers, according to N.A. Materskej's scholarly edition, together with his erudite and wide-ranging study of literary, historical and philological aspects of the work, a textological apparatus and commentary. The synoptic layout of the Slavonic and Greek versions in parallel columns enables the reader to compare their content in detail. It will be seen that the divergences are far more extensive than those indicated hitherto."


Josephus Pleads Still

The Wars of the Jews Library ﻩ Exhaustive Bibliography ﻩ Visual Timeline | Works of Flavius Josephus ﻩ Josephus in Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia ﻩ Ancient Histories of Flavius Josephus ﻩ Flavius Josephus Home ﻩ PACE ﻩ Josephus, the Primary Source ﻩ Scientific Dating ﻩ Governmental Administrations ﻩ First Century Jerusalem ﻩ Historical Maps ﻩ Maps of Jerusalem

Flavius Josephus : Credibility and Importance : Steve Mason Stebbing's Essay | The Credibility Of Josephus ﻩ The Jewish millionaire who surrendered to the Romans ﻩ David Chilton's Synopsis

Preterist Perspectives ﻩ Effects of the Fall of Jerusalem on Christianity ﻩ Did Jerusalem Christians Flee to Pella? | Josephus and Jesus ﻩ Revelation and Josephus

     
 


1544 FROBEN EDITIO PRINCEPS
BASIL, SWITZERLAND
 

FLAVII IOSEPHI

Antiquitatum Iudaicarum Libri, XX. ad uetera exemplaria diligenter

BASILEAE IN OFFICINA FROBENIANA
ANNO M. D. XL

 
     

 
Flavii Josephi opera
Basel: H. Froben and N. Episcopius, 1544. [840 Pages]

 


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This editio princeps of the original text of Josephus' works, edited by A.P. Arlenius and S. Gelenius, served as the basis for all later editions of the Greek text until the end of the nineteenth century. Indented spaces with small guide-letters have been left for the illumination or rubrication of initial capitals, never executed in this copy.



 




















 

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