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Handkommentar zum Alten Testament. In Verbindung mit anderen Fachgelehrten hrsg. von D.W. Nowack ...

Related Names: Behrmann, Georg. , Kraetzschmar, Richard. , Loehr, Max Richard Hermann 1864-, Giesebrecht, Friedrich 1852-1910., Frankenberg, Wilhelm 1868., Baethgen, Friedrich 1849-1905., Budde, Karl Ferdinand Reinhardt 1850-1935., Siegfried, Carl 1830-1903., Kittel, Rudolf 1853-1929, Steuernagel, Carl 1869-, Baentsch, Bruno 1859-1908., Gunkel, Hermann 1862-1932., Nowack, Wilhelm 1850-1928.
Language(s): German
Published: Göttingen, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht [1892?]-
Subjects: Bible. > Old Testament. > Commentaries.
Note: Re-issued under title: Goettinger Handkommentar zum Alten Testament.
Physical Description: v. in 24 cm.
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