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The Book of Leviticus
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Translated by S. R. Driver and H. A. White, this English translation of Leviticus takes into account both Hebrew and Arabic manuscripts of the original text. Driver and White include extensive notes and explanation for elucidation of the original meaning.

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Key Features

  • Covers the original text of both the Hebrew and Arabic
  • Includes explanatory notes throughout the translation

Praise for the Print Edition

Scholars will find this edition a treasure indeed.

The London Quarterly Review

Product Details

  • Title: The Book of Leviticus
  • Editor: Paul Haupt
  • Translators: S. R. Driver and H. A. White
  • Publisher: Dodd, Mead, and Company
  • Publication Date: 1898
  • Pages: 107

About Paul Haupt

Paul Haupt (1858–1926) was educated at the University of Berlin and the University of Leipzig before becoming an associate professor at the University of Göttingen. Haupt discovered the Sumerian language in 1880 before publishing multiple works on Sumerian culture, Akkadian culture, Nimrod, and Ecclesiastes.

About Samuel Rolles Driver

Samuel Rolles Driver (1846–1914) was educated at Winchester School and Oxford University, where he later became a fellow of New College in 1870. He was awarded the Pusey and Ellerton scholarship in 1866, the Kennicott scholarship in 1870 (both Hebrew), and the Houghton Syriac prize in 1872. In 1883, he succeeded E. B. Pusey in the Regius Chair of Hebrew at Oxford, which he occupied for the rest of his life.