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Cover: Public Spectacles in Roman and Late Antique PalestinePublic Spectacles in Roman and Late Antique PalestineWeiss, ZeevHARDCOVER03/24/2014$57.00
Cover: Greetings in the Lord: Early Christians in the Oxyrhynchus PapyriGreetings in the Lord: Early Christians in the Oxyrhynchus PapyriLuijendijk, AnneMariePAPERBACK03/31/2009$25.00
Cover: Practitioners of the Divine: Greek Priests and Religious Officials from Homer to HeliodorusPractitioners of the Divine: Greek Priests and Religious Officials from Homer to HeliodorusDignas, Beate
Trampedach, Kai
PAPERBACK10/01/2008$19.95
Cover: Inventing Superstition: From the Hippocratics to the ChristiansInventing Superstition: From the Hippocratics to the ChristiansMartin, Dale B.PAPERBACK03/01/2007$29.50
Cover: Thresholds of the Sacred: Architectural, Art Historical, Liturgical, and Theological Perspectives on Religious Screens, East and WestThresholds of the Sacred: Architectural, Art Historical, Liturgical, and Theological Perspectives on Religious Screens, East and WestGerstel, Sharon E. J.HARDCOVER01/15/2007$65.00
Cover: The Dome of the RockThe Dome of the RockGrabar, OlegHARDCOVER10/30/2006$24.50
Cover: Out of the Cave: A Philosophical Inquiry into the Dead Sea Scrolls ResearchOut of the Cave: A Philosophical Inquiry into the Dead Sea Scrolls ResearchUllmann-Margalit, EdnaHARDCOVER05/15/2006$68.50
Cover: Urban Religion in Roman Corinth: Interdisciplinary ApproachesUrban Religion in Roman Corinth: Interdisciplinary ApproachesSchowalter, Daniel N.
Friesen, Steven J.
HARDCOVER08/31/2005$50.00
Cover: Urban Religion in Roman Corinth: Interdisciplinary ApproachesUrban Religion in Roman Corinth: Interdisciplinary ApproachesSchowalter, Daniel N.
Friesen, Steven J.
PAPERBACK08/31/2005$35.00
Cover: The Ascension of Authorship: Attribution and Canon Formation in Jewish, Hellenistic, and Christian TraditionsThe Ascension of Authorship: Attribution and Canon Formation in Jewish, Hellenistic, and Christian TraditionsWyrick, JedPAPERBACK12/15/2004$27.50
Cover: The Ascension of Authorship: Attribution and Canon Formation in Jewish, Hellenistic, and Christian TraditionsThe Ascension of Authorship: Attribution and Canon Formation in Jewish, Hellenistic, and Christian TraditionsWyrick, JedHARDCOVER12/15/2004$45.00
Cover: Ephesos, Metropolis of Asia: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Its Archaeology, Religion, and CultureEphesos, Metropolis of Asia: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Its Archaeology, Religion, and CultureKoester, HelmutPAPERBACK05/30/2004$30.00
Cover: Creation of the Sacred: Tracks of Biology in Early ReligionsCreation of the Sacred: Tracks of Biology in Early ReligionsBurkert, WalterPAPERBACK01/13/1998$34.50
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