Homilies on Leviticus: 1-16

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CONTENTS
Abbreviations vii
Select Bibliography ix
Introduction 3
Homily 1 29
Homily 2 39
Homily 3 52
Homily 4 70
Homily 5 88
Homily 6 116
Homily 7 129
Homily 8 153
Homily 9 176
Homily 10 202
Homily i1 208
Homily 12 218
Homily 13 232
Homily 14 245
Homily 15 256
Homily 16 261
Indices
General Index 281
Index of Sacred Scripture 285

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  • Origen - Homilies on Leviticus 1-16 *
  • Contents v
  • Abbreviations vii
  • Select Bibliography ix
  • Introduction *
  • Homilies 1-16 *
  • Homily 1 29
  • Homily 2 39
  • Homily 3 52
  • Homily 4 70
  • Homily 5 88
  • Homily 6 116
  • Homily 7 129
  • Homily 8 153
  • Homily 9 176
  • Homily 10 202
  • Homily 11 208
  • Homily 12 218
  • Homily 13 232
  • Homily 14 245
  • Homily 15 256
  • Homily 16 261
  • Indices *
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