The Reading of Scripture in Early Christian Liturgy

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationWhat Athens Has to Do with Jerusalem. Essays on Classical, Jewish, and Early Christian Art and Archaeology in Honor of Gideon Foerster
    EditorsL.V. Rutgers
    Place of PublicationLeuven
    PublisherPeeters
    Pages305-331
    Publication statusPublished - 2002

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    NameWhat Athens Has to Do with Jerusalem. Essays on Classical, Jewish, and Early Christian Art and Archaeology in Honor of Gideon Foerster

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    Rouwhorst, G. A. M. (2002). The Reading of Scripture in Early Christian Liturgy. In L. V. Rutgers (Ed.), What Athens Has to Do with Jerusalem. Essays on Classical, Jewish, and Early Christian Art and Archaeology in Honor of Gideon Foerster (pp. 305-331). (What Athens Has to Do with Jerusalem. Essays on Classical, Jewish, and Early Christian Art and Archaeology in Honor of Gideon Foerster). Leuven: Peeters.
    Rouwhorst, G.A.M. / The Reading of Scripture in Early Christian Liturgy. What Athens Has to Do with Jerusalem. Essays on Classical, Jewish, and Early Christian Art and Archaeology in Honor of Gideon Foerster. editor / L.V. Rutgers. Leuven : Peeters, 2002. pp. 305-331 (What Athens Has to Do with Jerusalem. Essays on Classical, Jewish, and Early Christian Art and Archaeology in Honor of Gideon Foerster).
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    Rouwhorst, GAM 2002, The Reading of Scripture in Early Christian Liturgy. in LV Rutgers (ed.), What Athens Has to Do with Jerusalem. Essays on Classical, Jewish, and Early Christian Art and Archaeology in Honor of Gideon Foerster. What Athens Has to Do with Jerusalem. Essays on Classical, Jewish, and Early Christian Art and Archaeology in Honor of Gideon Foerster, Peeters, Leuven, pp. 305-331.

    The Reading of Scripture in Early Christian Liturgy. / Rouwhorst, G.A.M.

    What Athens Has to Do with Jerusalem. Essays on Classical, Jewish, and Early Christian Art and Archaeology in Honor of Gideon Foerster. ed. / L.V. Rutgers. Leuven : Peeters, 2002. p. 305-331 (What Athens Has to Do with Jerusalem. Essays on Classical, Jewish, and Early Christian Art and Archaeology in Honor of Gideon Foerster).

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