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Seeing that a couple of students on the Pontifical Biblical Institute have made very important contributions to the examine of the hot testomony within the context of the Greco-Roman international, it appeared acceptable to commit this quantity commemorating the centennial of the Biblicum (1909-2009) to that topic. This e-book comprises 9 essays via students from Europe, the us, Australia and Jerusalem, every one exploring the ways that features of the hot testomony may be illuminated through recourse to Greco-Roman texts.

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