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Translation of Early Texts

The object of the Series is to provide short, cheap, and handy text-books for students, either working by themselves or in classes. The aim is to furnish in translations important texts unencumbered by commentary or elaborate notes, which can be had in larger works.

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First Series: Palestinian-Jewish and Cognate Texts (Pre-Rabbinic)

Second Series: Hellenistic-Jewish Texts


Jewish Literature and Christian Origins

  • Vol. I. The Apocalyptic Literature—William Oscar Emil Oesterley [1866–1950] and George Herbert Box [1869-1933]
  • Vol. II. A Short Survey of the Literature of Rabbinical Judaism—William Oscar Emil Oesterley [1866–1950] and George Herbert Box [1869-1933]
  • The Acts of the Apostles, Translated from the Codex Bezae—C.M. Wilson
  • Barnabas, Hermas and the Didache.The Donnellan Lectures, 1920—Joseph Armitage Robinson [1858-1933]
  • The First Epistle of Clement to the Corinthians—William Kemp Lowther Clarke [1879-1968]
  • Jewish Literature and Christian Origins: A Short Survey of the Literature of Rabbinical and Mediaeval Judaism—William Oscar Emil Oesterley [1866–1950] and George Herbert Box [1869-1933]
  • Jewish Uncanonical Writings: A Popular Introduction—William John Ferrar [1868-1945]
  • Pistis Sophia. Literally translated from the Coptic—George Horner [1849-1930]
  • Select Passages Illustrating Mithraism— Alfred Shenington Geden [1857-1936]
  • Select Passages Illustrating Neoplationism—E.R. Dodds

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