Sh. Iakerson


Institute of Oriental Manuscripts, RAS,

St. Petersburg, Russia


David Stern. The Jewish Bible. A Material History. Seattle and London: University of Washington Press, 2017. 303 pp. With ill. ISBN 9780295741482.


DOI: 10.31250/1238-5018-2020-26-2-88-90




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Received by the Editorial Board: 22.06.2020


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