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This bibliography section of the Martha from the Margins: The Authority of Martha in Early Christian Tradition presents list of reference articles and books along with author names. The book offers a broader survey of Martha traditions that includes not only literary texts, but also documentary evidence, liturgical texts and images. Martha appears predominantly at either tomb or table: as a woman engaged in 'serving' or as a woman present at a tomb. In the latter case she appears not only at the tomb of Lazarus, but also at the tomb of Jesus and, more importantly, as one of the women who encounters the risen Jesus.

Keywords: early Christian tradition; Martha



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