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Zuta veti suni / Summer Institute of Linguistics ; translated by Ellis W. Deibler ; illustrations by Louise Bass
Bib ID 2769717
Format BookBook
Author
Summer Institute of Linguistics
 
Uniform Title How the Jews lived. Gahuku
Edition 2nd ed. 
Description Ukarumpa. P.N.G. : Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1975 
88p. : col.ill. ; 21cm. 
ISBN 0726303526
Notes

Parallel text in Gahuku and English.

Limited distribution.

Subjects Jews -- Social life and customs.  |  Jews. Social life. Historical sources: Bible. Gahuku-English parallel texts.
Other authors/contributors Deibler, Ellis W. tr  |  Bass, Louise. illus

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