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Index Of Ancient Sources

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This index is list of ancient sources used as a reference for this book Supplements to Novum Testamentum. The book is a study of the New Testament and Early Christian Literature in Greco-Roman Context. The studies are original works that are being published here for the first time and which contribute to the on-going study honoring the particular academic interests and achievements of Prof. Aune. The terms "Greco-Roman Context" within the book's title have allowed the contributors to offer insights or to shed light upon the interpretation of passages, themes, genres, forms, styles, grammar, or lexicography in the New Testament and early Christian literature through the use of sources from Hellenistic and Roman culture, as well as from Hellenistic Judaism.

Keywords: David E. Aune; Early Christian Literature; Greco-Roman context; Hellenistic Judaism; New Testament

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