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New Testament origin / by George M. Lamsa
Bib ID 286069
Format BookBook
Author
Lamsa, George M. (George Mamishisho), 1893-
 
Description San Antonio, Tex. : Aramaic Bible Center, c1976 
ix, 104 p. ; 21 cm,. 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Bible. New Testament. Aramaic -- History.  |  Aramaic language -- Social aspects.
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