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Kennedy. Taylor Easton Bolton tr. English 1864-1992 by Martin 19th cent. German D.D.; F. Delitzsch C.F. Keil
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Biblical Commentary Old Testament. Keil and Delitzsch, trad James Martin, volume 1, 1885

Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament by C.F.Keil and F. Delitzsch, Professors of Theology. Original in German, published in serial in multi-parts and many volumes. The work follows the Hebrew Bible and Division of the Law and Prophets and Writings. Translated into English by Martin, Taylor, Bolton, Easton, and Kennedy. Here is the whole in 6 multi-volumes. The 25 collected volumes will be submitted next. The work is perhaps the best of the older conservative scholarship and is still unsurpassed as a whole. mjm,2010.

01.BCOT.KD.PentateuchMoses.vol.1.Law. 02.BCOT.KD.HistoricalBooks.A.vol.2.EarlyProphets. 03.BCOT.KD.HistoricalBooks.B.vol.3.LaterProphets. 04.BCOT.KD.PoeticalBooks.vol.4.Writings. 05.BCOT.KD.PropheticalBooks.A.vol.5.GreaterProphets. 06.CBOT.KD.PropheticalBooks.B.vol.6.LesserProphets.
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