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Dyed Yarns And Dolphin Skins: Temple Texts as Cultural Memory in the Hebrew Bible

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Dyed Yarns And Dolphin Skins : Temple Texts as Cultural Memory in the Hebrew Bible. / Gudme, Anne Katrine de Hemmer.

I: Jewish Studies, Bind 50, 12.2014, s. 1*-14*.

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Gudme, AKDH 2014, 'Dyed Yarns And Dolphin Skins: Temple Texts as Cultural Memory in the Hebrew Bible', Jewish Studies, bind 50, s. 1*-14*.

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Gudme, A. K. D. H. (2014). Dyed Yarns And Dolphin Skins: Temple Texts as Cultural Memory in the Hebrew Bible. Jewish Studies, 50, 1*-14*.

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Gudme AKDH. Dyed Yarns And Dolphin Skins: Temple Texts as Cultural Memory in the Hebrew Bible. Jewish Studies. 2014 dec;50:1*-14*.

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Gudme, Anne Katrine de Hemmer. / Dyed Yarns And Dolphin Skins : Temple Texts as Cultural Memory in the Hebrew Bible. I: Jewish Studies. 2014 ; Bind 50. s. 1*-14*.

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