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The discursive fight over religious texts in antiquity. Edited by Anders-Christian Jacobsen. (Acta Jutlandica Theological Ser. Religion and Normativity, 1.) Pp. 207 incl. 2 ills and 4 maps. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, 2009. Dan.Kr.198. 978 87 7934 427 5; 0065 1354; 0106 0945

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  19 September 2011

Joseph Verheyden
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Catholic University, Leuven

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The discursive fight over religious texts in antiquity. Edited by Anders-Christian Jacobsen. (Acta Jutlandica Theological Ser. Religion and Normativity, 1.) Pp. 207 incl. 2 ills and 4 maps. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, 2009. Dan.Kr.198. 978 87 7934 427 5; 0065 1354; 0106 0945
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