The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the Old Testament, Volume Two: Pseudepigrapha

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R. H. Charles
Apocryphile Press, 2004 - 800 pages
Of all the books left out of the Bible, only the Apocrypha rivals the Pseudepigrapha in popularity and importance. This edition of the Pseudepigrapha was edited by R. H. Charles and was the definitive critical edition for over 70 years.
 

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Contents

PRIMITIVE HISTORY REWRITTEN FROM THE STANDPOINT OF THE LAW
82
The General Index
83
APOCALYPSES
259
Pirkė Aboth The Sayings of the Fathers
368
4 Maccabees
425
PSALMS
625
ETHICS AND WISDOM LITERATURE
653
HISTORY
690
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