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In this review, the author highlights that the modest contributions to the study of Jewish and Christian antiquity underline the truth of the Gilbert and Sullivan line &t;Things are seldom what they seem.&t; The author also talks about &t;Armchair archaeology,&t; and similar &t;armchair&t; manuscript study, which are coming a necessary commonplace to which the researcher can contribute as well drawing from it.

Keywords: armchair archaeology; Christian antiquity



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