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The author is an authority on biblical archaeology having been intimately involved in the deciphering of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Here he publishes his deductions from some of the unpublished fragments of the scrolls which, he maintains, gives an entirely new perspective on the history of Christianity.
Abacus Paperback. There is a vertical crease in the front cover and small oblique ones of both corners of the cover. Otherwise quite good with firm binding and no marks.
" a poetic, hallucinatory haze of credible speculation". That's what the Times review said.
- Allegro, John M. (John Marco), 1923-1988
- Used: good
- 19.5 x 12.5 cm approx
- Number of pages:
- The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross.
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