1 edition of Bibliographia geographica Palaestinae. found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
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La France en Orient sous Louis XVI, Paris, Al. Titre: Date: Langue: Genre: Forme: Contenu: Incipit: Explicit: Manuscrits• These will stand at the basis of a database which will include details such as the date and geographical provenance of each witness, and their colophons and glosses.
1860Tobler several monographs from 1849 to 1869W. 251-268; 10 1923p. Jesus spent his life in Palestine. of printing and graphic arts. The earliest surviving maps of the biblical tradition derive from the attempts of the early to identify and illustrate the primary locations mentioned in the Bibliographia geographica Palaestinae., and to provide maps for.
Tolias, London, Foundation for Hellenic Culture, 1995. Klatt, Leipzig 1883 - 6, 4 voll. There is the lake with its Bibliographia geographica Palaestinae. blue waters, once whitened with ships sailing from shore to shore, and the scene of a naval battle between the Romans and the Jews, now utterly forsaken, but still abounding in fish, and subject to sudden violent storms, such as the one which Jesus commanded to cease; there are the hills from which he proclaimed the Sermon on the Mount, the Magna Charta of his kingdom, and to which he often retired for prayer; there on the western shore is the plain of Gennesaret, which still exhibits its natural fertility by the luxuriant growth of briers and thistles and the bright red magnolias overtopping them; there is the dirty city of Tiberias, built by Herod Antipas, where Jewish rabbis still scrupulously search the letter of the Scriptures without finding Christ in them; a few wretched Moslem huts called Mejdel still indicate the birth-place of Bibliographia geographica Palaestinae.
Magdalene, whose penitential tears and resurrection joys are a precious legacy of Christendom.