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|Title:||The Biblical scholarship of P. P. Saydon|
|Keywords:||Bible -- Translating|
Bible -- Versions
Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Religious literature -- History and criticism
|Publisher:||The Royal University Students' Theological Association|
|Citation:||Schembri, J. (1961). The Biblical scholarship of P. P. Saydon. Melita Theologica, 13(1), 1-8.|
|Abstract:||The present issue of Melita Theologica purports to be no more than a modest attempt at commemorating the first Maltese translation (1929-59) of the entire Bible from the Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek originals. It is, therefore, a Festschnft in honour of the translator and his work; but if fun justice is ever to be done to Monsignor Saydon, there remains yet to be published a commemorative volume of greater consequence-one that would embrace his own scholarly publications on matters biblical and oriental, for they all lie scattered in foreign works that are inaccessible and therefore unknown, to the average Maltese reader.|
|Appears in Collections:||MT - Volume 13, Issue 1 - 1961|
MT - Volume 13, Issue 1 - 1961
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