Early Christianity and Classical Culture: Comparative Studies in Honor of Abraham J. Malherbe

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ABBREVIATIONS

Abbreviations used for titles of modern books, periodicals, translations, and series follow, as far as possible, the guidelines of the Society of Biblical Literature as published in Journal of Biblical Literature 107 (1988) 579– 96. Other abbreviations follow Liddel-Scott-Jones-McKenzie, A GreekEnglish Lexicon with Supplement (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1968) or Dictionary of Bibliographic Abbreviations found in Scholarship of Classical Studies and Related Disciplines, compiled by Jean Susorney Wellington (Westport and London: Greenwood Press, 1983).

ABAnchor Bible
ABDD. N. Freedman (ed.), Anchor Bible Dictionary
ABRAustralian Biblical Review
AGJUArbeiten zur Geschichte des antiken Judentums und des Urchristentums
AJPAmerican Journal of Philology
ALGHJArbeiten zur Literatur und Geschichte des hellenistischen Judentums
ANRWAufstieg und Niedergand der römischen Welt
ASNUActa seminarii neotestamentici upsaliensis
AUSAmerican University Studies
AVAuthorized Version
BAGDW. Bauer, W.F. Arndt, FW. Gingrich, and FW. Danker, Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament (2nd ed.)
BDAGW. Baur, FW. Danker, W.F. Arndt, and FW. Gingrich, Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament (3rd ed.)
BASPBulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists
BBRBulletin for Biblical Research
BEvTBeiträge zur evangelischen Theologie
BFCTBeiträge zur Förderung christlicher Theologie
BGUBerlin Griechische Urkunden (Ägyptische Urkunden aus den Königlichen Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin)
BJSBrown Judaic Studies
BMCRBryn Mawr Classical Review (on-line)
BNFBibliotèque Nationale de France
BNJByzantisch- Neogriechische Jahrbücher
BNTCBlack’s New Testament Commentaries

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