2 edition of Jewish artisan-life in the time of Jesus found in the catalog.
Jewish artisan-life in the time of Jesus
Franz Julius Delitzsch
|Statement||By Prof. Franz Delitzsch, D.D. Tr. from the German by Rev. P. C. Croll, A.M.|
|Series||The Fatherland series|
|Contributions||Croll, P. C., tr|
|LC Classifications||DS112 .D36|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||05007833|
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