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Moses and magic : Notes on the book of Exodus

@inproceedings{Noegel1996MosesAM,
  title={Moses and magic : Notes on the book of Exodus},
  author={Scott B. Noegel},
  year={1996}
}
Afin de mieux comprendre les pratiques magiques egyptiennes, notamment celles mentionnees dans l'Exode lors de la confrontation entre Moise et Pharaon, l'auteur propose d'etudier plusieurs aspects des comptes-rendus de l'Exode a la lumiere de leurs affinites linguistiques et thematiques avec les pratiques magiques egyptiennes 
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