'...crowns a stupendous achievement.' G.D. Kilpatrick, Novum Testamentum, 1984. 'Elle constitue un instrument precieux, voire indispensable...' X. Jacques, S.J., Nouvelle Revue Theologique, 1984. 'Few works, it may confidently be stated, will contribute more to the advancement of Josephan studies.' Louis H. Feldman, Journal of Biblical Literature, 1985. '...ein grossartiges philologisches Arbeitsinstrument, das weit uber die Josephusforschung hinaus fundamentale Bedeutung hat.' Traugott Holtz, Theologische Literaturzeitung, 1985. 'The high value of this concordance...can hardly be overestimated.' A.S. van der Woude, Journal for the Study of Judaism, 1984. 'With the publication of K.H. Rengstorf's A Complete Concordance to Flavius Josephus scholars are now able to study the language of Josephus against the backdrop of that of his predecessors and contemporaries. The concordance lists every occurrence of every word in the works of Josephus, has a very high degree of accuracy, is very generous in quoting lemmas, lists noteworthy textual variants, and often cites the Latin translation of Josephus.' Louis H. Feldman, The Anchor Bible Dictionary, 1992. 'This superbly prepared and elegantly published concordance is a major reference tool designed for the international community...' J.H. Charlesworth, Religious Studies Review, 1980.Vom Verlag:
The works of Flavius Josephus, the first-century Jewish historian, are significant as sources for our understanding of biblical history and of the political history of Palestine under Roman rule. This study edition in two volumes includes the "Namenwoerterbuch zu Flavius Josephus". It is an unabridged version of the concordance to the works of Josephus, originally published in four volumes.
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