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Notes for Users

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Author(s): David E. Orton
[German Version] Alphabetical Order The lemmas are ordered alphabetically, with ä, å, ø, and ü treated as a, o, and u. Ae, æ, oe, œ and ue on the other hand are placed after ad, od or ud, according to pronunciation, and ß is to be found under ss. Biblical names are given in the form customary in English usage. Persons who died before 1500 are generally listed under the (first) name by which they are known; later persons are generally given by their surname (family name). In names of a romance origin, articles are taken into account in the alph…

Nag Hammadi Abbreviations

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Author(s): David E. Orton
[German Version] Text editions: The Facsimile Edition of the Nag Hammadi Codices, published under the auspices of the Department of Antiquities of the Arab Republic of Egypt in conjunction with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), introduced by J.M. Robinson, 15 vols., Leiden 1972–1984. NHS Nag Hammadi Studies, Leiden 1971ff. From 1991 continued as NHMS Nag Hammadi and Manichaean Studies NHMS 33, 1995; NHS 2, 1972; NHS 22/23, 1985; NHS 20/21, 1989; NHS 4, 1975; NHMS 27, 1991; NHS 26, 1984; NHS 11, 1979; NHMS 30…

Rabbinic Literature Abbreviations

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Author(s): David E. Orton
[German Version] Mishnah, Tosefta, Talmud tractates ʿAbod. Zar. ʿAbodah Zarah ʾAbot