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Easton's Bible Dictionary (1897) ventured beyond the Semitic languages, attempting to derive "Sisera" from ancient Egyptian with Ses-Ra ("servant of Ra").
See the entry for "murder" in Harper's Bible Dictionary.
Put together, the website contains 20 print reference sources from Oxford such as its Bible dictionary, atlas and the voluminous encyclopedias.
His many notable achievements included the introduction of the first syllabus for religious instruction in Welsh schools, and editing the Welsh Bible Dictionary.
He is the author of Studies in Samaritan Manuscripts and Artifacts and of the articles on the Samaritans in both the Anchor Bible Dictionary and the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, as well as numerous other articles and essays on manuscripts of the Samaritan Pentateuch.
Franklin will be introducing the Holman Bible Dictionary in an electronic handheld format in time for the holiday gift-giving season.
The Anchor Bible Dictionary, edited by David Noel Freedman.
In the early 90s, flush with the success of The Anchor Bible Dictionary (1992) and of the early volumes of the auxiliary series, the Anchor Bible Reference Library, the publisher consented to begin commissioning replacements for some of the volumes.