James L. Kugel

James L. Kugel is a Professor at Bar-Ilan University.

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Cover: Prayers that Cite Scripture: Biblical Quotation in Jewish Prayers from Antiquity through the Middle AgesPrayers that Cite Scripture: Biblical Quotation in Jewish Prayers from Antiquity through the Middle AgesKugel, James L.HARDCOVER10/31/2006$27.50Currently unavailable
Cover: The Bible As It WasThe Bible As It WasKugel, James L.PAPERBACK11/01/1999$38.50
Cover: Traditions of the Bible: A Guide to the Bible As It Was at the Start of the Common EraTraditions of the Bible: A Guide to the Bible As It Was at the Start of the Common EraKugel, James L.HARDCOVER01/03/1999$142.50
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