H. St. J. Thackeray

Henry St. John Thackeray (1869–1930) was Grinfield Lecturer on the Septuagint at Oxford University.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Jewish Antiquities, Volume I: Books 1-3Jewish Antiquities, Volume I: Books 1-3Josephus
Thackeray, H. St. J.
HARDCOVER01/01/1930$28.00
Cover: Jewish Antiquities, Volume II: Books 4-6Jewish Antiquities, Volume II: Books 4-6Josephus
Thackeray, H. St. J.
Marcus, Ralph
HARDCOVER01/01/1930$28.00
Cover: The Jewish War, Volume III: Books 5-7The Jewish War, Volume III: Books 5-7Josephus
Thackeray, H. St. J.
HARDCOVER01/01/1928$28.00
Cover: The Jewish War, Volume I: Books 1-2The Jewish War, Volume I: Books 1-2Josephus
Thackeray, H. St. J.
HARDCOVER01/01/1927$28.00
Cover: The Jewish War, Volume II: Books 3-4The Jewish War, Volume II: Books 3-4Josephus
Thackeray, H. St. J.
HARDCOVER01/01/1927$28.00
Cover: The Life. Against ApionThe Life. Against ApionJosephus
Thackeray, H. St. J.
HARDCOVER01/01/1926$28.00
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