Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller
Acta Mythologica Apostolorum. Transcribed from an Arabic MS in the Convent of Deyr-Es-Suriani, Egypt, and from MSS in the Convent of St. Catherine, on Mount Sinai. (Horae Semiticae No. III). Agnes Smith Lewis.
Acta Mythologica Apostolorum. Transcribed from an Arabic MS in the Convent of Deyr-Es-Suriani, Egypt, and from MSS in the Convent of St. Catherine, on Mount Sinai. (Horae Semiticae No. III)
Acta Mythologica Apostolorum. Transcribed from an Arabic MS in the Convent of Deyr-Es-Suriani, Egypt, and from MSS in the Convent of St. Catherine, on Mount Sinai. (Horae Semiticae No. III)
Acta Mythologica Apostolorum. Transcribed from an Arabic MS in the Convent of Deyr-Es-Suriani, Egypt, and from MSS in the Convent of St. Catherine, on Mount Sinai. (Horae Semiticae No. III)
Acta Mythologica Apostolorum. Transcribed from an Arabic MS in the Convent of Deyr-Es-Suriani, Egypt, and from MSS in the Convent of St. Catherine, on Mount Sinai. (Horae Semiticae No. III)
Acta Mythologica Apostolorum. Transcribed from an Arabic MS in the Convent of Deyr-Es-Suriani, Egypt, and from MSS in the Convent of St. Catherine, on Mount Sinai. (Horae Semiticae No. III)
Acta Mythologica Apostolorum. Transcribed from an Arabic MS in the Convent of Deyr-Es-Suriani, Egypt, and from MSS in the Convent of St. Catherine, on Mount Sinai. (Horae Semiticae No. III)
Acta Mythologica Apostolorum. Transcribed from an Arabic MS in the Convent of Deyr-Es-Suriani, Egypt, and from MSS in the Convent of St. Catherine, on Mount Sinai. (Horae Semiticae No. III)

Acta Mythologica Apostolorum. Transcribed from an Arabic MS in the Convent of Deyr-Es-Suriani, Egypt, and from MSS in the Convent of St. Catherine, on Mount Sinai. (Horae Semiticae No. III)

London: C. J. Clay and Sons, 1904. First edition. Softcover. Quarto. viii, 228pp., 7 plates. Original blue wraps with black lettering on cover and spine. Printed in red and black. With two legends from a Vatican MS by Prof. Ignazio Guidi, and an appendix of Syriac Palimpsest fragments of the Acts of Judas Thomas from Cod. Sin. Syr. 30. The text contains stories not found in the gospels concerning the lives of the Apostles. Agnes Lewis was a biblical scholar who discovered the earliest manuscripts of the four gospels in Syriac. Text in Arabic and Syriac. Library sticker on spine. Library stamps at top and bottom edges, inside front cover, verso of title page and beginning of book. Library bookplate on inside front cover. Binding with light wear along edges and yellowed a bit along edges. Block slightly age-toned. Wraps and interior in overall good condition. g. Item #46041

Price: $500.00

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