PS. 151 IN 11QPSS

@inproceedings{Sanders1963PS1I,
  title={PS. 151 IN 11QPSS},
  author={James A. Sanders},
  year={1963}
}
In commentario suo in librum Oseae H. W. WOLFF aenigma matrimonii Oseae ita conatur solvere, ut elxl znunim (l 2) intelligat puellam, quae ex more tunc temporis vigente ante nuptias virginitatem numini obtulerat: Gomer non singulari quadam intentione sed prorsus communi consuetudine ductam fuisse, quare turn Oseae cum populo hoc modo inculcatum esse Israelis totum reatum. Pro thesi sua, talem nempe initiationis ritum tunc in Israel ubique de more fuisse, WOLFF provocat ad ROST et ad BOSTRÖM. At… Expand
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