Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)DA21/1/2/1/52
TitleLetters from Biblical scholars
Extent33 letters
DescriptionLetters to James Rendel Harris from /1-/3 Francis Crawford Burkitt, concerning their edition of the Syriac text of the Four Gospels discovered on Mount Sinai, probably 1894; /4-/5 H. I. Bell, asking James Rendel Harris if he can recall any reference to the phrase 'you have endured the 35 burdens in full', 1920; /6-/7 HJ Bardsley, asking James Rendel Harris to comment on his research, nd; /8 Vernon Bartlett [Ecclesiastical historian, Exeter College, Oxford], who has been reading James Rendel Harris's 'Study of the Diatesseron' and observes 'that in Luke VI.29 the Latin and Greek of Cod Bezae part company', 1894; /9-/18 Benjamin W Bacon, 1919-1921; /19-/21 Basil Ferris Campbell Atkinson, advising on the etymology of 'Abaris', 1925; /22-/28 William Ashley, on James Rendel Harris's leaving for Manchester, co-operation between Birmingham University and Woodbrooke, 'scholarly books on the moral teachings of Our Lord and 'the literature of Conscience', commenting on James Rendel Harris's 'Origin of the Doctrine of the Trinity,' 1917-1920; /29-/33 WS Aldis, 1917-1921.
ArrangementOriginal order
Access StatusOpen
Physical DescriptionLot 24


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