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THE JEWISH QUARTERLY 
REVIEW 



A PUBLICATION DEVOTED TO JEWISH HISTORY, 

LITERATURE, PHILOLOGY, ARCHAEOLOGY, 

AND COGNATE SUBJECTS 



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The Apocrypha and the Jewish Chap Books .... Chief Rabbi M. Gaster 

The use of the Apocrypha by Moslem writers . 

The Eschatology of the Sibylline Oracles . 

What we owe to Alexandria .... 

A plea for Lections from the Pseudepigrapha . 

The Odes of Solomon and the Pseudepigrapha 

The Legend of St. Veronica .... 

The Third Book of the Maccabees . 

The Composition and Date of the Book of Baruch 

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The Sibyllines Rev. A. W. Hands 

The First Book of the Maccabees Rev. M. J. B. Bennett 

The Preacher's use' of the Apocrypha Rev. J. E. Compton 

The Christology of the Apocrypha and the Apocalyptic Books . . Dr. H. J. Wicks 

Adam in the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha Prof. Paul Humbert 

The Priestly Codex and the Apocrypha Prof. T. Witton Davies 

Maccabean Memories ......... Principal Abelson 

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