Leviathan and the Beast in Revelation

@article{Wallace1948LeviathanAT,
  title={Leviathan and the Beast in Revelation},
  author={Howard N. Wallace},
  journal={The Biblical Archaeologist},
  year={1948},
  volume={11},
  pages={61 - 68}
}
  • H. Wallace
  • Published 1 September 1948
  • Education
  • The Biblical Archaeologist
the pronouns and suffixes. The grammarians will find considerable new material here for the historical grammar of the language. Such differences, however, do not affect the wording of the text. Even here there are differences, as always, for manuscripts are never perfect copies of their originals. The typical errors of copyists, familiar to all students of manuscripts in any language, appear here fairly often. Sometimes where words or whole lines have been omitted they are written in between… 
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