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New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity: Review of the Greek Inscriptions and Papyri Published in 1976 v. 1 by G. H. R. Horsley1
New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity: Review of the Greek Inscriptions and Papyri Published in 1977 v. 2 by G. H. R. Horsley2
New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity: Review of the Greek Inscriptions and Papyri Published in 1978 v. 3 by G. H. R. Horsley3
New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity: Review of the Greek Inscriptions and Papyri Published in 1979 v. 4 by G. H. R. Horsley4
New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity: Volume 5, Linguistic Essays With Cumulative Indexes to Vols. 1-5 by G. H. R. Horsley5
New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity(A Review of the Greek Inscriptions and Papyri Published in 1980-81 ) (vol 6) by S. R. Llewelyn6
New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity: Volume 7: A Review of the Greek Inscriptions and Papyri 1982-83 by S. R. Llewelyn7
New documents illustrating early Christianity : a review of the Greek inscriptions and papyri published 1984-85 by S. R. Llewelyn8
New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity, 9: A Review of the Greek Inscriptions and Papyri Published in 1986-87 by S. R. Llewelyn9
New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity: Volume 10: Greek and Other Inscriptions and Papyri Published 1988-1992 by S. R. Llewelyn10

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  3. The 'Hellenization' of Judaea in the First Century After Christ by Martin Hengel (1989)
  4. Judaism and Hellenism: Studies in Their Encounter in Palestine During the Early Hellenistic Period by Martin Hengel (1974)
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  6. Beginning from Jerusalem by James D. G. Dunn (2009)
  7. The Book of Acts in Its Ancient Literary Setting (Book of Acts in Its First Century Setting) by Bruce W. Winter (1993)
  8. Jude and the Relatives of Jesus in the Early Church by Richard J. Bauckham (1990)
  9. The Text of the New Testament: An Introduction to the Critical Editions and to the Theory and Practice of Modern Textual Criticism by Kurt Aland (1982)
  10. Christ and Caesar: The Gospel and the Roman Empire in the Writings of Paul and Luke by Seyoon Kim (2008)
  11. Studies in the Theory and Method of New Testament Textual Criticism by Eldon Jay Epp (1993)
  12. Message of the New Testament by F. F. Bruce (1972)
  13. The Zealots : investigations into the Jewish freedom movement in the period from Herod I until 70 A.D. by Martin Hengel (1989)
  14. Enoch and the Messiah Son of Man: Revisiting the Book of Parables by Gabriele Boccacini (2007)
  15. The Development of Greek and the New Testament: Morphology, Syntax, Phonology, and Textual Transmission by Chrys C. Caragounis (2004)

Series description

New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity, produced by the Ancient History Documentary Research Centre within the ACRC, reviews and reproduces samples of Greek papyri and inscriptions which were first published or reissued in a designated year or years. Documents are selected to illustrate various aspects of life and language in the Graeco-Roman world.

Text and translation are printed facing each other on the page. Full indices (Subject Index; Index of Greek, Hebrew and Latin Words; Index of Greek, Roman and Patristic Writers; Papyrological and Epigraphical References; Biblical and Rabbinic References) are also provided. Volume 5 contains linguistic essays and a cumulative index for the first five volumes.

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