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The Living Bible Encyclopedia in Story and Pictures Volume 01 by H. S. Stuttman1
The Living Bible Encyclopedia in Story and Pictures Volume 02 by H. S. Stuttman2
The Living Bible Encyclopedia in Story and Pictures Volume 033
The Living Bible Encyclopedia in Story and Pictures Volume 04 by Henry Van Dyke4
The Living Bible Encyclopedia in Story and Pictures Volume 05 by Henry Van Dyke5
The Living Bible Encyclopedia in Story and Pictures Volume 06 by Henry Van Dyke6
The Living Bible Encyclopedia in Story and Pictures Volume 07 by Henry Van Dyke7
The Living Bible Encyclopedia in Story and Pictures Volume 08 by H. S. Stuttman8
The Living Bible Encyclopedia in Story and Pictures Volume 09 by H. S. Stuttman9
The Living Bible Encyclopedia in Story and Pictures Volume 10 by Henry Van Dyke10
The Living Bible Encyclopedia in Story and Pictures Volume 11 by H. S. Stuttman11
The Living Bible Encyclopedia in Story and Pictures Volume 12 by Henry Van Dyke12
The Living Bible Encyclopedia in Story and Pictures Volume 13 by Henry Van Dyke13
The Living Bible Encyclopedia in Story and Pictures Volume 14 by H. S. Stuttman14
The Living Bible Encyclopedia in Story and Pictures Volume 15 by H. S. Stuttman15
The Living Bible Encyclopedia in Story and Pictures Volume 16 by H. S. Stuttman16
The Living Bible Encyclopedia in Story and Pictures Set by ZondervanSets

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Recommendations

  1. Zondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible, Vols. 1-5 by Merrill C. Tenney (1975)
  2. The layman's Bible encyclopedia by William C. Martin (1964)
  3. The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [4-volume set] by Geoffrey W. Bromiley (1915)
  4. International Standard Bible Encyclopedia: Set by James Orr (1915)
  5. Eerdmans' Family Encyclopedia of the Bible by Pat Alexander (1978)
  6. Dictionary of the Later New Testament & Its Developments (The IVP Bible Dictionary Series) by Ralph P. Martin (1997)
  7. The Lion Encyclopedia of the Bible by Pat Alexander (1978)
  8. Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volumes 1 and 2 by Walter A. Elwell (1988)
  9. Nelson's Illustrated Encyclopedia of Bible Facts by J. I. Packer (1995)
  10. Nelson's New Illustrated Bible Dictionary: Completely Revised and Updated Edition by Ronald F. Youngblood (1995)
  11. Twentieth Century Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, 2 Volumes by Lefferts A. Loetscher (1955)
  12. Reader's Digest Story of the Bible World in Map, Word, and Picture by Nelson Beecher Keyes (1959)
  13. Encyclopedia of Bible Difficulties by Gleason Leonard Archer (1982)
  14. Everyone in the Bible by William Pierson Barker (1966)
  15. The Illustrated Family Encyclopedia of the Living Bible by Charles F. Kraft (1967)

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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