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JACOB NEUSNER, Judaism and Zoroastrianism at the Dusk of Late Antiquity: How Two Ancient Faiths Wrote Down Their Great Traditions (South Florida Studies in the History of Judaism, no. 87)—Atlanta, Georgia: Scholars Press 1993 (XII + 202 p.) ISBN 1-55540-889-3 (cloth) $ 59.95.

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