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By Alexander Kulik

This paintings offers the most important to 1 of the main enigmatic Jewish Hellenistic texts preserved in Greek and Slavonic. three Baruch, correctly learn, considerably enriches our realizing of the background of the motifs present in early Jewish lore, from time to time delivering lacking hyperlinks among diversified phases in their improvement, and preserves very important facts at the roots of Jewish mysticism, proto-Gnostic and proto-Christian traditions. New quantity of a lot valued remark sequence offers the most important to at least one of the main enigmatic Jewish Hellenistic texts (so a long way ignored by means of sleek scholarship for its complexity)

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