To this version new positive factors were additional. One is an Index of Scripture References; the opposite is a chain of extra Notes. The latter are just like these released with the second one variation. They checklist the extra very important researches and discoveries in Palestine in past times years; the adjustments within the political and social of the rustic; and the new contributions to the literature of its background and exploration. within the textual content of the quantity i've got m.ade a couple of changes according to the feedback of varied students who reviewed the 1st variation, or even the place i've got retained my very own perspectives on issues in dispute i've been cautious to checklist theirs within the extra Notes. one of many adjustments could be chanced on on pp. 634 f, the place in face of the arguments of Professor Ramsay and Mr. W. E. Crum which i've got summarised in an extra be aware on p. 680 i've got felt obliged to change the distinction I had drawn among Pagan and Christian epitaphs at the east of Jordan. i need to direct precise awareness to the extra word on A phek (see p.
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