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A New Translation of the Proverbs of Solomon from the Original Hebrew with Explanatory Notes
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A New Translation of the Proverbs of Solomon from the Original Hebrew with Explanatory Notes

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John Murray 1831

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Overview

Offering a new translation based on a diligent examination of the original Hebrew biblical texts and their kindred dialectal versions, George Skinner and William French’s A New Translation of the Proverbs of Solomon from the Original Hebrew with Explanatory Notes seeks to shed new light on the meanings of the Proverbs. With copious translation notes and explanations, Skinner and French’s volume seeks to clarify the meanings of Hebrew words and idioms.

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Key Features

  • Contains verse-by-verse commentary
  • Provides ample notation and thoughtful analysis
  • Separates the book of Proverbs into four distinct sections

Product Details

  • Title: A New Translation of the Proverbs of Solomon from the Original Hebrew with Explanatory Notes
  • Authors: William French and George Skinner
  • Publisher: John Murray
  • Publication Date: 1831
  • Pages: 133

About the Authors

William French (1786–1849) was the master of Jesus College in Cambridge. His other works include A new Translation of the Book of Psalms from the original Hebrew.

George Skinner was a fellow and tutor of Jesus College in Cambridge.