Ralph Marcus

Ralph Marcus (1900–1956) taught at the Jewish Institute of Religion at Columbia and at the University of Chicago.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
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: Jewish Antiquities, Volume III: Books 7-8Jewish Antiquities, Volume III: Books 7-8Josephus
Marcus, Ralph
HARDCOVER01/01/1934$28.00
Cover: Jewish Antiquities, Volume IV: Books 9-11Jewish Antiquities, Volume IV: Books 9-11Josephus
Marcus, Ralph
HARDCOVER01/01/1937$28.00
Cover: Jewish Antiquities, Volume V: Books 12-13Jewish Antiquities, Volume V: Books 12-13Josephus
Marcus, Ralph
HARDCOVER01/01/1943$28.00
Cover: Jewish Antiquities, Volume VI: Books 14-15Jewish Antiquities, Volume VI: Books 14-15Josephus
Marcus, Ralph
Wikgren, Allen
HARDCOVER01/01/1943$28.00
Cover: Questions on ExodusQuestions on ExodusPhilo
Marcus, Ralph
HARDCOVER01/01/1953$28.00
Cover: Questions on GenesisQuestions on GenesisPhilo
Marcus, Ralph
HARDCOVER01/01/1953$28.00
Cover: Jewish Antiquities, Volume VII: Books 16-17Jewish Antiquities, Volume VII: Books 16-17Josephus
Marcus, Ralph
Wikgren, Allen
HARDCOVER01/01/1963$28.00
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