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The works of Flavius Josephus ... containing twenty books of the Jewish antiquities, seven books of the Jewish War, and the Life of Josephus by Flavius Josephus

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Published by J. Grigg in Philadelphia .
Written in English


  • Jews -- Antiquities,
  • Jews -- History

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Added t.p., engraved.

Statementwritten by himself. Tr. from the original Greek according to Havercamp"s accurate edition. Together with explanatory notes and observations. Embellished with elegant engravings. By the late William Whiston ... From the last London ed. of 1827 ...
ContributionsWhiston, William, 1667-1752.
LC ClassificationsDS116 .J7 1829
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6934792M
LC Control Number03031632

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