Citing Text Collections 5: COS — @sblpress SBL Handbook of Style


As noted previously (see here), The Context of Scripture (COS) has largely supplanted Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament as the standard source for translations of ancient Near Eastern texts. Although either may be referenced in any context, the collection of texts in COS is far more extensive and current, which leads […]

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