Concordance des textes de Nag Hammadi - Le codex VI
Pierre Cherix Les Presses de l'Universite Laval. Editions Peeters, Louvain/Paris, 1993. Reviewed by: Alan Treloar, Dept Classics & Ancient History, University of New England, Armidale, NSW 2351, Australia. e-mail: c/o email@example.com
This volume is no. 2 in the Section "Concordances" of the Bibliotheque copte de Nag Hammadi.
The book has been well produced with a binding that will stand frequent reference.
After Acknowledgements, Abbreviations and a brief Introduction, the Concordance occupies pp. 3-442 (Segments coptes, Segments greco-coptes, Noms propres, Chiffres ct mots magiques).
This is followed by the text analysed (pp. 447-474) and an Index des Segments (pp. 475-495).
The Index also gives the meanings of the Coptic words.
The volume offers all that a scholar might wish to find in a concordance and is a credit to the compiler and publisher.
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